The Twitter exchange excerpted below is just sad.
NOT the video, but the tweets posted by “professionals” about the video.
What could have been a teaching & learning opportunity, instead becomes a pile-on of … of what exactly?
Cattiness? Insecurity? Laziness?
They’re reaming this fellow for posting a home movie, and also ridiculing the people who thanked him for posting the video (myself included).
Obviously, this exchange didn’t take place behind closed doors. This isn’t some group of teachers in a private Smoking Lounge where no one can hear them blowing-off steam. Instead, they’re being their catty, bitchy, best, right out in the open.
What a wasted opportunity.
How to make people not want to buy a BMCC!!! Prime example of why the cameraman is more important than the camera!! http://t.co/kuCG8yTw
— Matthew Allard ACS (@mattallardACS) October 18, 2012
P.S.: Now, compare and contrast the bullying behavior of the “professionals” above with M. David Mullen’s tireless, saintly behavior discussed in my more recent blog post.
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