Entry 093 for Wednesday July 15, 2020

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Produced and published a #TechEduTips video on Flipgrid and Stacey Roshan; went to my son’s secondary school to pick up his certificate for completing secondary; trip to Costco for supplies; #educoffee with Xinli and Miguel; attended #FlipTech2020 sessions from Bob, Carolina, Helaine, and Andrew; #TC1028 class; work meetings with Perla about #TC1028 redesign and Alex P. about a server setup for a chemistry class; an interesting and touching conversation with my student Bricio; moderating the #FlipTech2020 sessions for Joel Huegel and then later for Crystal Kirch.
  2. What did you enjoy? I had a long talk with my student Bricio. The story of his life and all that he is doing at the age of eighteen to help his family, take care of his dad, teach, study and be an arts scholar at our campus pulled at my heart. These are the students we want to have who will indeed transform México and our role as educators to aid them in their own growth.
  3. What did you find difficult? Bouncing between sessions and juggling so many activities today. It was full.
  4. What has changed? This #FlipTech2020 has given the Flipped Learning Network a big boost. We haven’t had a board meeting in months and not a lot of activities but the traffic to our website keeps growing as does the traffic in our Facebook and Twitter communities. I look forward to passing the torch to another chair and am glad to see this happening during an upswing in activity.

Featured Image Credit

block letter (appears to be pen/pencil holders) spelling out "HEART" followed by a block with a heart image.
“HEART” flickr photo by Ly Thien Hoang (Lee) https://flickr.com/photos/lythienhoang/21337200789 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

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