Category Archives: Visual Thinking

Written Mathematics Discussion in a Blended Classroom

Hello! I am very excited to share what I have been doing in my Geometry classes over the last year and a half. I ought to preface the whole thing by also sharing that I have turned my Geometry and … Continue reading

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Forms, Fields and Flows We’ve seen my friend Dave Gray before, but I don’t think it’s possible to overemphasize in the 21st century the importance of teaching kids (and adults) to be visual communicators.    Giving them a language — even one as … Continue reading

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Project Based Learning Modeled by Common Craft

I have been an active fan of Common Craft for so long because they master the art of storytelling so effectively. I always show these videos to my students as a way to introduce new topics. Once again, Common Craft … Continue reading

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Great Directions for Posting on a WordPress Blog

Here are some written instructions. Below is an excellent video tutorial. There are many more on line. 1.) Go to the “Meta” widget area on the right hand panel (side) of the blog; than click on “site admin” or “log … Continue reading

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What’s a Blog? Leave it to Common Craft to Explain it Well!

Common craft video are such great models of information display. They inform and set the standard for how students and teachers can create future video projects that convey important content.

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