Thankfully, my throngs of fans graciously acted as if they didn't recognize me...
...in any way.
Every one of them spared me the embarrassment of being recognized in public by pretending to be confused by the question.
SooooOOOOOoooo, it was easier for me to focus on all the great information being shared by techie educators from all over.
Thank you fans. I understand [wink] and appreciate your thoughtfulness.
My teaching partners (aka my "security team") and I had several criteria that we used to select which sessions to attend, since there were hundreds to choose from.
1. What we learned had to be about things that are free, meaning cost no dough, to use.
2. We need to be able to implement them with minimal prep time.
3. Our session selections should give us ideas to make our teaching easier not more complicated.
And one that came up in several of the sessions we attended was Wordle. You can make word clouds from documents or web sites. This a Wordle I made in two seconds use the URL to The Bits!
Those were a few of our ideas, however I'm really more interested in your ideas. How can you see Wordle used in the classroom?