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Greg McVerry

@Media_Barber You might want to check that. I wonder if privacy policy is different I read: https://prezi.com/terms-of-use/#toc4#edtechchat I don't use it bc I like html slidedecks or gSlides in a pinch.

Plus I hate throwing up.

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Ask your self are you modeling the practices we want to see in students? Do you practice critical reflection about learning on your blog? Do you network with people on networks not owned by corporate adtech firms.

I tweet from a domain I own. https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com

Greg McVerry

Start with a pad and pencil. Best ever

Greg McVerry

@lesliefarooq @GregBaby I think we can make a distinction between production-based learning and content construction. You can learn in production based way without always making so prezi.

Greg McVerry

@KristenSevinsky Last thing I want is kids using tech the way see most adults using tech in schools.

https://twitter.com/KristenSevinsky/status/996184621208559616

Greg McVerry

Why can't tech itself be the lesson that needs elevating. For far too long we thought of it as an extra.

Greg McVerry

@MusingsOnEdTech Here is a synthesis piece I did after to show new ways of creating while being a critical consumer. https://walkmyworld.jgregorymcverry.com

Greg McVerry

Teachers need to model what it means to have your own domain and publish on your own site. The pre-teaching before app is a mindset

Greg McVerry

I am not sure we need to shift students to content creators and not consumers. Let's not lose the focus on critical consumption