Category Archives: COETAIL 3

Today I Learned…

Before you begin this post, watch this 1:40 (that’s one minute and fourty seconds) video. A re-make of the 70s Sesame Street video   This is my final project for COETAIL Course 3. I know it does not warrant an … Continue reading

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The Irony of Visual Literacy and the Classroom

One of the prescribed readings for COETAIL Course 3 is the article on Visual Literacy in the Classroom, by Erin Riesland in the Johns Hopkins School of Education magazine called New Horizons for Learning. It is a good read but … Continue reading

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The Irony of Visual Literacy and the Classroom (Text Only)

One of the prescribed readings for COETAIL Course 3 is the article on Visual Literacy in the Classroom, by Erin Riesland in the Johns Hopkins School of Education magazine called New Horizons for Learning. It is a good read but … Continue reading

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Disaster WARNING: Visual Illiteracy

Last month I witnessed a natural disaster – of sorts. No, it wasn’t the flooding of biblical proportions that hit Thailand in October, it was a presentation made to middle school students. The topic: Natural Disasters. There was little doubt … Continue reading

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Dear Presenter…

As we make our way to your session, you should know that many of us have great expectations. Some of us have come significant distances, others from just down the hall. A few will be rather knowledgeable about your topic, … Continue reading

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Presenting Matters!

Original image: cc licensed ( BY SD ) flickr photo by Vvillamon: http://flickr.com/photos/villamon/4468869725/ I have become a recent student in the art of presenting. To motivate myself to learn more about what makes a good presentation, I decided to lead … Continue reading

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