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Looking for YOUR Input on What We Write About in 2018

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Share your thoughts, goals, questions … and give FlipGrid a try in the process if you wish to!

Hello EmergingEdTech readers and followers! 2017 was another great year for exploring emerging technologies and how they relate to teaching and learning, and 2018 is sure to be exciting too. It's been so much fun learning, sharing, and connecting with all of you over the years (I started EmergingEdTech back in 2009!)! As we head into the new year, I'd love to hear from you about the topics you want to read about in 2018. You can record a short video as a response here in Flipgrid, or just comment below if you wish.

Just click here to see how easy it is to record a response using your video camera!
https://flipgrid.com/bcf7e3

(Video responses are moderated and will become visible to others after I approve them).

There are so many exciting developments happening in that place where digital technologies and education meet – in your classrooms and courses! What do you want to know more about? How other teachers are using a specific technology? How to get started with a new app you've heard about? How tech tools are positioning teachers to change up the student experience and get more engaged? How other teachers are inspiring their students and motivation themselves by empowering students to take ownership of their own learning?

I didn't want to do this with a survey – I'd rather hear your ideas in your own words. So go ahead, please leave a comment, or share a video response.

Thanks so much for taking some time to share your thoughts!

Happy 2018 Everyone!

*Winter Break image source

4 COMMENTS

  1. I’m interested in anything regarding creating accessible content or checking content for compliance.

  2. I’ll be quite interested in reading about tools for and experiences of personal learning environments

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