The 8-Bit Instructor: Reflections from GaETC (EP017)

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Episode 17

In this week’s episode, I reflect on my time at the Georgia Ed Tech Convention. I have some news from Flipgrid and Google. A time-saving tip for Google apps in the treasure chest. And, of course, your question of the week.

News & Updates

Treasure Chest: Resizing Shapes in Google

  • Drawing in Google
    • Use Shift when drawing circles or squares to create proper proportions
    • Use Shift to maintain proportions when resizing objects
    • Ctrl + Shift to maintain proportions and resize from the center

Boss Battle: Reflections from GaETC

Teachers & student are incredibly flexible and resilient


The future is in good hands
The student showcases showed some great talent


Improving is often only a matter of small tweaks


It’s important to stop and reflect

It’s important to get “out of your room” and connect

Crew Members’ Board (#8BitCrew)

QOTW: If you were at GaETC, what was your favorite part this year? If not, what has been something significant you’ve learned this school year so far?

Use the #8BitCrew on Twitter or post longer stories in the comments section here.

Get connected

Check out my Google Classroom Udemy course.

Credits

Music by David Fesliyan (https://www.fesliyanstudios.com/)

  • Intro/Outro: “Retro Platforming”
  • Boss Battle: “Boss Battle Rock”
  • Crew Member’s Board: “Pirate Dance”
  • Wrap up: “Game Over” by Patrick de Arteaga

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