TweetPost #1

I don’t know about you, but I don’t always have time to check out links from Twitter, especially when I’m in the run. I really appreciate the Favourite function, which allows me to come back and read stuff later that looked intriguing.

So, once a week, I’m going to do a short post on a tweet that I’ve found useful for what ever reason.

This week at work I’ve been exploring animation as a method of getting a message across to an audience in a short, sharp, funny and informative way. So when I saw the tweet below from @pipcleaves, my interest was piqued:


The Edudemic post that Pip referred to mentioned some animation sites that look great for me as a beginner, but most importantly they look perfect for kids in class too. In particular, any PE teachers looking to recommend to their students an engaging and creative way to demonstrate their knowledge of concepts could find these really useful.

If you use something from the site, let the #pegeek crew know how you went.

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