If you haven't jumped onto the TikTok train, you might consider it. I know there are lots of reasons not to... but I want to look at a few reasons you might think about it. You don't have to create an account to browse, but you do if you want to save videos, share them, or create your own. Yes, TikTok does take data, along with Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. So... it is one of many... But... TikTok has become a place for me to get lots of new ideas that I don't get from the other areas of social media. Because they are short videos, teachers have been able to upload fast tutorials on how to create things and mainstream things so they are easier for digital learning (and classroom learning). There is also some wonderful not teacher creators who have shown me a lot. While I will be sharing what I've learned throughout my site, I thought I'd share some quick ideas here. To see some more in depth ideas, check out my digital classroom page.
Creators I love!
Hashtags I follow
My new favourite ideas
These are things I've been working on this week!
Miriam teaches in a public high school in Georgia. She specifically works to ensure her classroom is multicultural and equitable to all students. She is always looking for ideas to make things more accessible!