This week had me thinking about the slideshows I have used this school year and if I had incorporated any of the “What is Good Presentation Design?” techniques and the answer would be “not really”. I pondered on which slideshows actually re
In September of this year I was invited to present at the AppsEvents European Summit regarding Google Sites. In fact, I had two presentations: The Basics of Google Sites which I presented with my colleague Jags Myanger and Advanced Google Sites w
There are currently over 80,000 Educational Apps on the iTunes store. 80,000+ AMAZING, INTIMIDATING, DIFFERENT, SIMILAR, DAUNTING APPS to choose from and more are coming every day! Part of me wants to run out, explore and go for it. The other pa
A few weeks ago I was contacted by a local co-working space in Phnom Penh, ImpactHub, about presenting during their recent Technology in Education meeting. One of their members had read about the Endangered Species Minecraft lesson I wor
Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard.
The above quote found at the bottom of the article, The State of Storytelling in the Internet Age. This sums up my efforts at putting together a blog post for this week.
I did a lot of r
Project #1 Idea
RVIS-Hosted Student TEDTalks
One area students are not proficient at RVIS is public speaking/presentations. They tend to not practice, they rely on their notes, they umm and ahh all over the place, they speak with little to no infle
For our last assignment, we read a few articles by Garr Reynolds and I was very inspired by so much of what he said that I read many more articles and watched several of his videos. So, when a few of the reading assignments were again by Mr. Reynolds