Reviews, video tutorials and articles about Brainstormer are popping up.
It makes me very happy to see people having productive brainstorming session all around the world!
Just look at these videos that facilitators from different parts of the world, all dedicated to sharing useful resources with their peers, have been producing.
Unfortunately I don’t understand Korean, but luckily Youtube can help with translating. This video gives a few examples of how brainstorming can solve problems in new and diverse ways. It also shows how to do exactly that in Brainstormer:
This one is from Richard Byrne who’s running an EdTech blog called freetech4teachers.com:
If you understand portuguise, the Onde eu Clico youtube channel has some really useful technology tips for teachers of the future.
The creator of the channel found Brainstormer to be fitting for teachers of the future and created this review:
Here are some more resources about Brainstormer. Take a look! These are all really interesting sources of inspiration for ways to use technology to learn together.
🇺🇸 IT Babble - technology in the classroom
🇩🇪 Uni Göttingen - ideas for media didactics
🇩🇪 Nele Hirsch: Edumail newsletter
🇰🇷 Educational youtube channel
🇫🇷 Blog du Prof T.I.M. - IT and multi media
🇮🇹 Blog about new technology for teching
🇺🇸 TCEA blog
Coming up with ideas together is a universal way to learn. It’s really not about what language you speak.
Brainstormer has been used in all these corners of the world, and that is truly amazing!
Keep asking questions and brainstorming answers!
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Are you curious about how Brainstormer works?
Go ahead and create a new brainstorm 🧠