This week I spent my writing time updating videos I lost when my YouTube account was deactivated. I still have more videos to remake (and new ones to create), but it feels good to begin piecing this collection back together. I planned to do this work over summer vacation, but I was really still too depressed about losing everything in the first place to begin again. Also, I knew what a slow process it would be. Yet, nothing ever gets done until I put my butt in the chair and do the work…so this week’s butt-in-the-chair-writing-time was spent on video re-making. Luckily, I kept some of the videos on my computer, so replacing this lost work went relatively quickly. Here are links to past posts that now have restored video clips:
- 40 Intriguing Photos to Make Students Think nyti.ms/2cUcNkd #designED 3 weeks ago
- Hundreds of quality texts... fiction and nonfiction commonlit.org #engchat 1 month ago
- Disney hired this animator after seeing this clever video youtu.be/0zJoYNS6XHU #morningcupofinspiration 1 month ago
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