Kind of a busy week, so I did not get to check Twitter as often, so this list is rather short, but it still some really useful links and resources that were shared.
1.) Rachel's Challenge - Not sure if you have heard of this. It is a program that can be held in your local middle or high school where they talk about Rachel Scott, the first student killed in Columbine shooting. She wrote a paper about a "Chain Reaction of Kindness." If you are looking for a great assembly, this seems to be one worth looking into.
2.) From the iLearn Technology Blog, Edistorm, another site like Wallwisher.
3.) Math teachers always have a hard time expressing writing, well, here is a site, Using Writing in Mathematics that aims to help Math teachers with writing.
4.) The future of LED Screens? As thin as a piece of Hair - Sony's Flexible OLED
5.) Gickr, make your own animation, from the Learning 2.0 Blog
I told you it was a short list!
Will be working on a Reflection post about my first year as a TIS next week. Keep an eye out for it!