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Curation: A Labor of Love or an Act of Hubris?

First, some context: This Christmas I gave my father a 64GB flash drive. He probably doesn’t need the extra storage, but I was certain he should listen to the podcasts I put on it. Podcasts are a reoccurring topic here, … Continue reading

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The Pop Up Museum (#EdCampCobb 3.14.15)

In my last post, I shared my experience at edCamp Cobb, which, admittedly, was some time ago. Part 1 explained how to use Symbaloo, a bookmarking tool, to create a Choose Your Own Adventure story. For part 2, I’m going … Continue reading

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Symbaloo and Telling Stories (EdCamp Cobb 3.14.15)

On Pi Day, I attended my first EdCampCobb at Sky View Professional Center in Mableton, GA. There were fewer people at edCamp Cobb than at edCampAtlanta, but the smaller size didn’t impact the variety or quality of the sessions. After … Continue reading

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GAVS – Web Tools for Assessment

Create 2.1.3 – Using Web 2.0 Tools to Differentiate Student Assessment There are three ways to implement differentiation for student success: modify the content the student learns, modify the process the student uses to obtain the knowledge, or modify the … Continue reading

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GAVS – Web Tools Overview

Create 2.1.1 – Web Tools “But, in my view, computers will not live up to their potential until we start to think of them less like televisions and more like paintbrushes. That is, we need to start seeing computers not simply as information … Continue reading

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The Life Infographic

Using Data to tell the Story of Your Life The “Feltron Annual Report” sounds like a futuristic analysis of the GDP from a Tom Cruise science fiction thriller. In fact, it’s an annual recap of the previous year, told in … Continue reading

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The Foldable Problem

 Inevitably, someone asks a variant of “Is this right?” If you’ve found this blog and you’re reading it, you’re probably a teacher, so I won’t review the particulars of hot dog folds versus hamburger, but I will offer a basic … Continue reading

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