Last summer I had the opportunity to participate in the ThingLink Summer Challenge for Educators. As part of our initial challenge, we were asked to use the ThingLink platform to create a digital portfolio. I linked my many professional learning networks and digital platforms to a a static image. But I've been thinking lately about the importance of video, of movement and photography. In our weekly video conversations with fellow TED-Ed Innovative Educators (TIEs), we've been reflecting on how video has changed the face of learning in the last few years. How, where, and when students are learning has substantially changed in the last decade.
So, why shouldn't resumes change? For teachers interested in the intersections of blended learning, video opens up a number of opportunities to share what we, too, have learned. In particular, platforms like ThingLink (or Touchcast, EdPuzzle, TED Lessons) offer opportunities to make videos interactive.
And so here it is: my interactive resume. I made this using Adobe Spark, WeVideo, and ThingLink. I'd love to see what others are doing to create interactive teaching resumes. Share yours!
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