I ran across a Tweet about Bitmoji feedback in Google doc by Alice Keeler (http://alicekeeler.com/2016/09/18/bitmoji-feedback-google-doc/) and this inspired me to create my very own avatar. WHAT IS BITMOJI Bitmoji is both an app you can download on your smartphone as a Google Chrome extension that you can add to your browser. Once you’ve created your… Continue reading Creating your own avatar with Bitmoji
Everybody knows these weird little squares, but surprisingly few people seem te knowwhat to do with them. I use them quite regularly in my classroom and find them pretty useful. WHAT ARE QR-CODES? QR-codes can be created by using free QR-code generators, like this one: https://snap.vu/. Whenever you want students to visit a certain URL… Continue reading QR-codes
I often use technology in my classroom, and I usually provide school laptops or netbooks for my students. My 16-year old digital natives however lack the patience needed for a computer to boot and more and more frequently I started to get the question: “Can’t we just do this on our phone?”. And that’s how… Continue reading SMART PHONES, SMART CLASSROOMS?
While working on a school project, one of the students proposed to let each group make a vine about their part of the project, because “a vine forces you to focus on the essence”. Apparently most of our students know how to make vines, they posted the results in our closed fb-group and the results… Continue reading Using Vines to study proverbs