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Greg McVerry

here is a good example of feedback in the classroom and the use of peers to drive reflection: https://edu407666870492.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/giving-feedback-preparing-students-for-peer-review-...

Greg McVerry

Hey here is a helpful checklist of assessment approaches from Natalie. Best thing about reading and writing (#literacies are life) the methods that lead to knowledge growth also lead to personal growth: https://nataliecaldwellteacher.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/assessment-module/

Greg McVerry

@infuturereverse You can do all of the above from your WordPress. Use notes and syndicate to Twitter (if you want), bookmark resources, publish posts. Could even dilineate between posts and articles.
Syndicate stuff to your Moodle. Make sure content begins at home.

Greg McVerry

@Cambridgeport90 post kinds uses archive and taxonomies ratchet than the native post types included in WordPress. If you use @pfefferle theme all native post types will have microformats.

You would only need post kind plugin if you wanted more types

Greg McVerry

We can move the webring to clmooc.com...technically everyone has already joined it. You folks welcome to use the site in anyway you would use a multiuser WordPress site.

My dream are bunch of creative tools that allow you to publish to your own site and/or a hub. Like @bryanmatthers @visualthinkery remixer but with micropub built in

Greg McVerry

here is the link to setting up a portfolio page: https://jgregorymcverry.wordpress.com/my-learning-activities/

Greg McVerry

@mktgoo Great post on the (though most of us focus on good content to be the best SEO strategy out there). Noticed you have a WP blog with the Elementor page builder, you can use an WordPress theme in conjunction with Elementor.

Greg McVerry

@SuzanKoseoglu I sorta documented by WordPress exit plan using this tag https://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/tag/NEWWWYEAR

Greg McVerry

@bali_maha the building blocks that allow me to POSSE tweets and then collect responses through webmentions works on WordPress too. I used to do that on https://archive.jgregorymcverry.com but like @SuzanKoseoglu I did not like the direction of WordPress

Greg McVerry

Good focus on background knowledge in this lesson"https://edu407666870492.wordpress.com/2019/04/04/comprehension-lesson-plan/ though I do wonder the utility of teaching words like schema to students, but this is also philosophical...is "my" schema really "yours" or is it "ours" and does it exist at all?

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