Archive for January, 2013:

Creativity and iPhoneography

This next term I will be teaching a new Technology & Media Arts elective at my high school.  As a Fine Arts credit, it will be a combination of Drama, Music and Art and be completely project-based.  The goal is to expose students to creative technology tools (Photoshop, Garageband, iMovie, Illustrator, InDesign, etc) while providing

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Learn iBooks Author – YouTube playlist

Ran across this great resource from Sean Jenkins who tweeted about this YouTube playlist on Twitter.  The playlist is from Emerson’s College Journalism Department and is a series of 26 short videos to teach you how to use iBooks Author.  I was very interested in the resource because the mobile initiative planning team at my

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Collaborative Technology Tools in the Classroom

This term I am teaching a new online class for Portland State University for their Instructional Technology Certificate program.  The course topic is collaborative technology tools in the classroom.  Just as my students are reflecting on their work – I too will be documenting our progress and sharing my own thoughts and ideas. How can

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NorthWest EdTech 1.8.13

Last night I had the privilege of being part of NorthWest EdTech (show notes) – a Google+ Hangout show hosted by Sean Williams and Jeremy McDonald.  We discussed what projects we are working on, favorite apps and upcoming professional development opportunities in the Portland/Oregon region. Check out the Twitter list of:  Connected Oregon Educators —

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