- Below is the webinar where Paul planted the seed of this idea, along with Dr. Jeremy Dean from hypothes.is.
- Looking for help, I reached out to Terry Elliott to gauge his interest in helping organize an educator-facing mob.
- We met quickly on Friday morning to sketch a plan. Below are the Google Doc plan and the 20 minute hangout.
- Rachel Bear, an NWP colleague and #clmooc collaboratorr was my first confirmation and after that the responses came in quickly and were overwhelmingly positive.
- — Jayne Marlink (@JMarlinkCWP)Sat, Jan 09 2016 15:53:06@onewheeljoe I may still be stuck on a conference call but would like to pass the details on to some CWP Ts who I'm sure will jump on. OK?
- — Remi Holden (@remiholden)Sat, Jan 09 2016 15:55:38
- — Remi Holden (@remiholden)Sat, Jan 09 2016 16:03:03
- — Terry Elliott (@tellio)Sat, Jan 09 2016 16:22:43The Terry Elliott Daily is out! http://paper.li/tellio?edition_id=33bac250-b6ed-11e5-9cd5-0cc47a0d1605 … Stories via @onewheeljoe @Svbtle @LowEndMac
- — Jessica Cuthbertson (@JJCuthy)Sat, Jan 09 2016 16:53:26
- — William Ian O'Byrne (@wiobyrne)Sat, Jan 09 2016 17:05:38
Organizing an Annotation Flash Mob: Recruiting collaborators for a safe-fail experiment
Paul Allison of the NYC writing project floated the notion of virtual flash mobs annotating texts in a recent Teachers Teaching Teachers webinar. The first event planned for youth will be Tuesday during the State of the Union address. I wanted to organize one for educators consider the potential.
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