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    A strong image can convey a powerful message

    My students were presenting their personal inquiry projects that had been inspired by the reading of Breaking Stalin's Nose by Eugene Yelchin. They had identified themes and ideas inspired by the book and were inquiring into them; Young Pioneers, Sta
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    Investigating CRAP

    Wow- was I out of my depth this week. Up until now in COETAIL I've felt relatively confident- I understand the writing part of blogging, of course the teaching part of teaching, and the technological elements felt just close enough out of my zone o
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    Looking To The Future – (Course 3 Final Project Reflection – Part II)

    [caption id="attachment_257" align="alignleft" width="283"] flickr photo by kevin dooley https://flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2577006675 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license[/caption]   Before I start with the reflection, I want to
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    Comparing CRAP in Presentations and Writing

    I have to admit that I have only ever created one PowerPoint, and it was with Tim Sheu for the final Course 2 Project.  In thinking about this week’s assignment, I looked back on our PowerPoint and recognized things I would change; however, it too
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    Visual Literacy is Not About ME

    I think that I have always viewed COETAIL a little differently than it was intended to be. I joined COETAIL for myself to become more knowledgeable of the application of technology in my classroom, to become more well-rounded as a teacher of language
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    Out With the Old, In With the New

    Ever use something in your class and think.. "Oh man. WHY didn't I change this yet. ." And then you're in class using a presentation that is ok but not exactly what you want. My Grade has used this portion of our Got Government Presentation