Last week I suggested that we use Ms. Brewer’s videos to find a way to open our doors to conversations with colleagues. How exciting, then, to see all of the comments and feedback on her lesson series Analyzing Texts.
In fact, as I was reading the comments and thinking about how I was growing from your contributions, I realized that this stuff is too good to keep all to myself. So this week I want to celebrate your
Whether you are giving the video a “high-five,” thinking out loud about how you might incorporate a lesson, or asking a question, you are adding to the growing discourse that you’ll find in many places throughout the Tch
In case you’re wondering, there are two ways to add to the discussion.
1. Below each video in our library, you’ll find a place where you can post a comment. It’s as easy as: think, type, and press submit.
2. Also, you may not know that there is an inconspicuous “badge” on the right hand side of each comment. If you “like” what someone else has said, but aren’t ready to post a reply, just click the badge to say “great thought” like I did below for this comment from Rob Evans.
Here are what some of our teachers and educators are saying about the videos they’ve been exploring in the Tch
library. Not only are the videos great, so are the reactions that follow them.
Have a great week and use your voice!