Some great resources for teaching and learning about critical thinking…Spurious correlations: What do pool drownings and Nicholas Cage movies have in common? http://tylervigen.com/spurious-correlationsLogical fallacies- get the poster: https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/posterSchool of thought website: https://www.schoolofthought.org/
Free Mindmapping tools There are dozens of free mindmapping tools out there, here are three to start with.MindmupFree web-based mind mapping tool that can be added to Google Drive. For best results, log into Google Drive, click on New and then More and select Mindmup. It will ask to be installed to your Google Drive. Can… Continue reading Brain dump – free multimedia tools
This is a brain dump post. Groupings and news forums – to create a new news forum, duplicate an existing one. If you apply a grouping, only people in the grouping will get the messages. Magic! Groupings and Q&A and single discussion forums – do not mix.
It’s been a few years since I last touched Movie Maker. At the time, I felt it was clunky and I was still missing PhotoStory 3 as a great, easy to use product for educators.I revisited Movie Maker a few months ago in an attempt to find a readily available, cost-effective solution for staff and… Continue reading Movie Maker – good and free
Gamers are great learners, I’ve been one and I have nephews who are gamers. When I was really into it I would spend hours researching my character, watching videos about fighting techniques, bookmarking and consulting sites about crafting and levelling up, adding in plugins to make my game play more efficient and would benchmark myself.… Continue reading The game of tapping into a passion for learning