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Marcello Mongardi
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I tweeted this out a little while ago, but as I work with my colleague +Mike Hoffman on our school coaching model, leadership comes into our conversations more and more. +Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D. wrote this article that has really stuck with me.

I am commenting on student work on a G Doc, and returning the doc in Classroom. Only about half of the students can see the comments (even when they open the Doc in the Docs app). They can't edit the returned document either. It seems as though Classroom is returning the Doc but not relinquishing editing rights.

Is anyone having this issue? Am I alone?

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This in interesting in that it is a rebuttal to another article that is highly critical of social media in schools.  And that it is all written by students.

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#March2C is back for another chat on March 10th: 7pm GMT+1 for a BYOB(P): bring your own blog post. We will share student/staff/or self-posted work. Please let me know if you are keen to share great posts in action on March 10th.
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This should be a great discussion about blogging and building community. #March2C  
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Hope to hear from you this Thursday!
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Jimmy,

When we were looking at StorySpheres in Seoul, I kept thinking that they were like VR versions of ThingLink, and here we are...awesome.

I finally made a StorySphere, still all beta and glitchy, but pretty cool. Next week I am getting the staff to do a Breakout that I designed. One of the clues leads to a Cardboard with my phone in it, with a StorySphere of the room they are in already loaded up. When the poor sap with the Cardboard pans around (mind being blown incrementally), he/she notices a hovering question mark, and clicks on it and my voice will tell them where the next clue is.That will be followed by years of therapy to try to explain what they just experienced without sounding certifiably insane.

Talk soon.

Marcello

I will get back to you on how it goes...
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