Curiosity to Explore

In the midst of nippy wet weather, January ushers in celebratory possibilities.  Renewed energy, new beginnings and perhaps that spark of anticipation leads one to hopefulness and curiosity.  Here are a few ideas to explore (connected to literacies, collaboration and connectedness).  The image below hides interactive layers of communication. (Click to reveal.)

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I can imagine sharing research, story, and experiences. Perhaps a scavenger hunt to teach a content area. There is no limit to possibilities. How are you engaging in new forms of communication? I would love to hear any of your stories.


2 thoughts on “Curiosity to Explore

  1. Thinglink is new to me! I was drawn to the ideas of story and creativity and curiosity and images in these posts. My head’s spinning (in a good way) 🙂

    1. Thinglink is a site that offers both regular and educational opportunities in sharing voice with interactive images as a base. I share this because it’s one of the easiest ways for all students to be included into the conversation, whether it’s text, audio, video. I’m hoping that some of teachers in our school for the deaf might consider it as an option to share their signing too. I suggest that if teachers want to use the site, that they sign up for the edu account so that they can add students into their class.

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