Saturday night, I was trying to get caught up on “Houdini and Doyle” and all of a sudden, my iPad started going crazy with notifications.
My first thought was “what have I done wrong now?”
Well, this time, it wasn’t me.
Sylvia Duckworth had released to the wild a new Sketchnote and was kind enough to tag me in the announcement.
New #sketchnote: A Checklist for Today’s Teachers #edtech #gafesummit cc @dougpete @zecool @coolcatteacher #edchat pic.twitter.com/BZqNv6DMYa
— Sylvia Duckworth (@sylviaduckworth) May 14, 2016
At the time of this writing, it has been retweeted 145 times and faithful Sylvia followers have liked it goodness knows how many times. Each one of these actions generated a notification to me. Once I realized what was doing this, I hopped into Twitter and turned off notifications. I’ll turn them back on again once her following get over it.
I figured that I’d help the cause and so retweeted it myself so that my followers don’t miss out on this wonderful offering, “A Checklist for Today’s Teachers”.
Then, Sunday afternoon, she strikes again!
New #sketchnote Teaching #DigitalCitizenship #edtech cc @TanyaAvrith @dougpete @zecool #edchat #gafesummit pic.twitter.com/zmsJoEncGi
— Sylvia Duckworth (@sylviaduckworth) May 15, 2016
Of course, I added them to my Flipboard collection of her Sketchnotes. You can find them here.
Nicely done, Sylvia.
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