Category Archive: Creativity

Jun 27

Visual Notes from Steven Anderson & Kyle Pace’s ISTE Session for Administrators

Yesterday at the 2013 ISTE Conference in San Antonio I attended Steven Anderson & Kyle Pace‘s “Curation, Creation, and Collaboration for 21st Century Administrators” session. Instead of blogging the session with text notes, as I normally do, I drew some visual notes which I finished up this morning using Brushes for iPad. All of the …

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Jun 25

Visual Notetaking at ISTE 2013

I have learned a great deal about visual notetaking the past year as I’ve been working on my second eBook project, “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Vol I.” Canadian educator Giulia Forsythe has been and continues to be inspirational to me as a VERY amateur and “emerging” visual notetaker. Rachel Smith’s 18 minute TEDx …

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Jun 17

Learning about Visual Notetaking from Giulia Forsythe

In the process of writing and finalizing the chapter on “Visual Notetaking” for my forthcoming eBook, “Mapping Media to the Common Core,” I found Giulia Forsythe‘s blog page “Visual Practice” and her WONDERFUL presentation a year ago for the 2012 University of Mary Washington Faculty Academy. Her presentation slides are available on SlideShare, and the …

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Feb 17

Remembering the Importance of Creativity in a High Stakes Testing School Culture

Dr. Cyndi Danner Kuhn is using my ebook this semester, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing,” as her course textbook in DED 318 at Kansas State University. DED 318 is a required technology education course for pre-service teachers, and it’s great to see how Cyndi continues to iterate and evolve the focus and …

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