Ed Tech Talk Roundtable 52 | Do Angry Birds Brag?

ChrisJamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their edtech tips.

Articles of the Week


  1. Why do some people think we want to know about the awards they’ve received? The successes they’ve experienced? When they tweet or blog about the great lesson they just taught, or even their opinions — isn’t that just bragging in the guise of helping others?
  2. When it comes to project-based learning, how you communicate with your myriad team members is just as important as the content you’re communicating to them. You may have heard this statistic: 80 percent of a project manager’s time is spent communicating. However, if you can do a bit of amateur psychoanalysis, you can use it as a tool to modulate your communications in a style and manner that your team members will respond to, while at the same time engendering them to elicit the response you need.
  3. Outstanding advise for young social media adicts.

Tech Tips


  1. With the Pomodoro Technique®, you do your planning in the morning and commit to doing a small number of activities that day. Normally you can complete one task/activity and then choose another one to start. You can also reassess your priorities before every Pomodoro.
  2. Next Generation Science Standards on the App Store on iTunes apple.com
  3. Minority Report is here!



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