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Greg McVerry

@eujon_anderson @E_Sheninger We are purchasing devices for every kid in our camp...after 6 weeks of camp on content and code creation. http://tech-4-teens.club/ students and parents matter too

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Today's prompt: melted popsicles

Greg McVerry

when recording tutorials on building an blog foclass. We are giving all the campers free websites and computers. If you have a few dollars to spare please donate: https://www.cfalct.org/tech4teens

Greg McVerry

Give students websites, create a syndicated classroom. Creativity and communication while controlling and owning data. something magical happens when you give kids their "own remote space"

Greg McVerry

facilitating please encourage anyone who wants some community help in designing remote learning to join us, need a blog and a desire to learn through reflection https://edu522sum20.jgregorymcverry.com/i

Greg McVerry

and teachers looking to up remote game in fall. This free and open course kicks off Tuesday: http://edu522.jgregorymcverry.com/ Bring your blog an join us.


We will cover better practices in remote learning.

Greg McVerry

Will be joining @kerszi and @BeckyKeene for today. Last session I taught a hybrid of Blackboard and Teams, This session a hybrid of Teams and Personal websites (learners can choose just to use Office 365 to stay private)

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Code of Conduct EDU 522

Video Data

If this class involves video projects you will never be required to show your face. If you do a group project all group members must consent before a video upload. Any group member has the right of refusal. You can email mcverryj1@southernct.edu if your would like to ask for a video removal without letting your other group members know.

Never require anyone to show their face or record their voice for an class or research. Some may be from marginalized community and fear immigration. Many, and this falls along gendered lines, simply do not want their face recorded. This anxiety can impact learning.

Everything in is the same as , but I added an accessibility policy. Caption those videos folks, use alt image...ohh BTW semantic HTML is the most accessible approach to

For students taking the class in the open every effort will be made to ensure learning activities are accessible. We will try to remember our "alt" tags and providing text based alternatives to video and screencast tutorials.

We may not know best practices for accessibility on the web. If you find something we could do different please let us know.

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