Per Jeff's recent post on the NYT's Learning Network
, I'm assuming it has not been an object of much conversation here. From what I'd seen of it until recently, I thought it was mostly a teaching tool for young(er) online readers. Friday's segment
, though, made me think differently.
Guest-written by Ryan Goble
, who seems like he is/was affiliated with TC in some way, the short instructive piece names five ways teachers can incorporate more multimedia production into their classes, with links to useful sites that enable such creation. Tool include mindmapping, basic data viz, creation of interactive timelines and comics, etc.
This is certainly something (people from) the EdLab could have authored, and I'm curious to know how feasible or desirable it would be to write informative little pieces geared for non-specialists or practitioners.