This article mentions what Richard Anderson and I have been working on for the last 3 years through online collaboration mainly. It's nice to see the idea acknowledged and appreciated. http://m.educationpost.com.hk/resources/parents-guide/170419-parents-guide-technology-helps-students-improve-writing-skills
I recently certified with the PADI Open Water Course in the Andaman at Lacadives in Chidiyatappu. I had done a discovery dive in Maldives a year ago and loved it. So I did not think too much and I assumed that I was not scared and very capable of becoming a certified diver, yet, I … Continue reading Diving: PADI open water
This is an article that I wrote a few months ago and that went through a series of technician obstacles to get published BUT is now finally available publicly. Hope you like it! Read here...
I created this video to recap a few points: This video was originally created for the teachers and students of my school (we use Harvard Style for referencing). What is plagiarism? How to reference sources and create a bibliography? What is copyright and fair use? What are Creative Commons? What is Public Domain? Where to … Continue reading Whose is this?
I decided to co-lead (with my colleague Arif Shaikh) a book study via Twitter (slow chat) on the book: Cognitive Coaching Developing Self-Directed Learners and Leaders by Costa and Garmston. This will happen between March and June 2017. If you would like to join us, please sign up using this GoogleForm and check the details about the Study in this googledoc where I … Continue reading Cognitive Coaching: Developing Self-Directed Learners and Leaders by Costa and Garmston ~ Book Study
This Blog is not restricted to edtech, teaching and learning. This is all about what I love to share, who and what inspire me and a post on friendship totally fits. Meet Shefali Jhaveri, my best friend. I met Shefali at the Google Teacher Academy in 2014. We attended this life-changing event as we were … Continue reading About friendship ~ The Awesome Shefali Jhaveri
Since I watched Ann-Marie Thomas' Ted Talk (find it here), I am hooked to Squishy Circuitry! this is sooooo much fun! and I love to make those circuits with preschoolers. It brings the makerspace and the tinkering mindset into early years, awesome! I have created this video in order to share my enthusiasm for such activities, … Continue reading Squishy Circuits – Getting started Guide
This was one of my first attempts at creating a paper circuit card. Hope this is useful for beginners 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgf_A21i88Y