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- Paul’s Gamification TED Talk
- Mark P. uses Kaizena.
- David uses IFTTT to provide himself with automatic people
- You need at least three levels of redundancy in your backup system (N+1+1).
- Paul played around with Sim Bucket: HTML5 simulations built with Construct 2 (for Windows only)
- The Sun, Ladies and Gentlemen
This Week's Topic: Classroom Design
- Paul’s New Bad Hotel Design Website
- Paul’s Proper Group Size for Learning
- HHMI’s very cool “Modeling the Regulatory Switches of the PITX1 gene in Stickleback Fish activity.
- David’s very cool student’s PITX1 models
- Paul’s Design Thinking for Teachers
- The inquiry lab that David is going to be observed on this week.
- Paul learned about telescoping reproduction in aphids
- David can’t master the pen tool, but he recommends the .svg editor at Method of Action
- “Freakonomics” on employee browser choices.
- David called .svg files “scaled vector graphics”, but as everyone knows they are actually “scalable vector graphics”. He hangs his head in shame.