Tag Archives: Visual Presentations

Bring Your I-Pad to the “Unconference” Portion of our Upcoming Event

The “Unconference” portion of last year’s What Works is Worth Sharing: Teachers Sharing with Teachers event involved all attendees collaborating and learning from each other with an eclectic array of topics. There was a great buzz in the room as … Continue reading

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Welcome to Our Blog! Thank You for Sharing.

Greetings. Below is a video that will help with the easy steps to post.  You could also scroll down and read the steps if that suits your style. Have fun writing your post; try to select the category that they fit … Continue reading

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Forms, Fields and Flows

http://blip.tv/play/v0ix%2BSEC.htmlhttp://a.blip.tv/api.swf#v0ix+SEC 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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