Monthly Archives: February 2012

Infographicationality and its Ramifications for the Classroom

I do love educators’ creativity in constructing new language. “Transdisciplinary” is another personal favorite. Need a word? Make one up! My Infographic: Project Based Learning Group Achievement by Mid-week 9 I chose to produce this infographic for three reasons. To “inspire” … Continue reading

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Can you feel me?

Digital storytelling is the practice of combining narrative with digital content, including images, sound, and video, to create a short movie…                                       … Continue reading

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The Medium Really WAS the Message

Asked to reflect back on a presentation I have given in the past, it struck me that my most recent presentation would likely be most instructive in terms of helping me bring up my game. Now, as teachers, we make … Continue reading

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So What Does it Mean?

As this week’s focus is all about visual images and last week’s was about layout in posts I have decided to incorporate all of the contenders from my search for an image to use in class. In the end, I … Continue reading

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The Art of Sharing

The need for proper design in all digital creations is paramount. Despite the wealth of information and insight that my be present in a given website, blog post, wiki or other media the viewer makes snap judgements about how long … Continue reading

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