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Making media design simpler

I have always been confident in my ability to know what looked good and what didn’t – even before I had a design graduate class and the vocabulary to correctly explain why. The media design class has made me look … Continue reading

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Another great resource shared through the Free Technology for Teachers blog: SimpleDiagrams. This goes along perfectly with everything we have been talking about in my LTMS645 graduate class – Visual Representation for Learning and Communicating. We are using The Back … Continue reading

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Select Colorization in Photoshop

I have acquired a new skill – select colorization in Photoshop AKA the Pleasantville Effect. Each of the pictures below were created in under 10 minutes. I found the images on Flickr searching for Creative Commons images with a World … Continue reading

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Bubome is a fun photo masher. There are many images that relate to current events or cultural events. However, not all images are school appropriate, so I would not have students use this site. I will use the site to … Continue reading

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Wish List for Glogster Edu

I used Glogster Edu for the first time with my entire 6th grade class today. Assignment: Students had to write 4 sentences in Spanish “I am … you are … we are … and Senorita is …” They wrote their … Continue reading

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Flipping over these …

… in a great way. Thanks to my PLN I saw the tweets about the 2-for-1 offers on Flip Videos from Digital Wish. They arrived in the mail yesterday and I had to try them out today in class. Besides, … Continue reading

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Flip Video parte 2

Earlier this week I blogged about my wish list for the future. It was short, consisting only of a flip video (preferably in an interesting color). Today I found research that proves the academic benefits of using mini video projects … Continue reading

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