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Reflecting on changes in instruction post-COVID and would like to do a round-up of tech that worked well and tech that fell flat. #AcademicTwitter #highered
@gradescope I will never not use this platform again. I picked an awesome term to onboard myself, TA team & students. Testing options were great, & their tech support was phenomenal. I had heard good things from colleagues, & they were spot on. Get your campus to get a license.
@polleverywhere Long-time proponent of polling for #inclusion, we continued to use this tool remotely. It gave both the students & myself a sense of normalcy when we all went remote — a simple familiar poll-repoll post-Covid felt like victory. Asynch option clunky but doable.
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Something is very off with voting in Cambria PA.

45,512 registered Democrats (55% of the county)

29,947 reg GOP

7,932 reg Independent

2016 Primary Cambria PA

18,040 voted for Democrats

16,573 voted for GOP in the Primary

Democrats got 52% of Primary votes (3% less than registered Democrats in Cambria)

18,040 Democratic votes in the Cambria, PA 2016 Primary BUT...

In the General HRC only got 18,867 votes, just 827 more Dem votes than in the Primary? 🤔

Democrats had 52% of the vote in the Primary but it dropped to 30% In the General

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Let’s talk about #lectures in HigherEducation
.@LangOnCourse alerts us to: When should we lecture in class? Excellent examples and analysis of the (positive) role of the lecture from @dgooblar #learning #lecture
.@mariosbham comments on "#Lectures: a much-maligned format which can be truly inspirational" #HigherEducation…
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There are TWELVE special elections tonight! One high profile election in #AZ08, a Trump +21 congressional district, and eleven (11!) in New York, where two R seats are competitive possible flips.

Coverage to follow here. <THREAD>
With results being dumped in for #NYSpecialElections, we have our first calls of the night… 3 holds for the Democrats.

NY #SD32: D hold (Clinton +88)
NY #HD74: D hold (Clinton +74)
NY #HD80: D hold (Clinton +66)
Democrats also hold NY #HD39 (uncontested) which Clinton won by 66 points in 2015. They are batting 4/11 tonight.
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