We love learning from other educators on social media! For educators trying to transform their practice, what a great way to learn new ideas! Especially with educational technology, because we can learn new ways to engage our students and involve them as creators! But occasionally, we see posts from others that may or may not be in the classroom (perhaps they once were) posting an assignment a teacher has given- criticizing it in isolation without knowing context of how assignment is given. We don't like this for many reasons, but one is that "shaming" people or "shaming" assignments doesn't grow people. So it inspired this graphic...
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Pinky is one of the Amoeba Sisters. She has a passion for STEM education, edtech, and all things orange.