I was a kid flipping through history books in my uncle’s house the first time I saw something we could call an “infographic.” I remember little about the books except this striking image. You can say that Napoleon’s army lost a half million m
Each week as I’ve read more about presentations, I continued to revamp and think about the back to school presentation I will fix up. This week was no different, however, after reading Holly Fraser’s post Finding My (Presentation) Zen, I began to
Parents Night, Back-to-School Night, etc. At my previous school it was called Curriculum Night, when parents come to sit in their children’s desks and meet the teachers. In 2010 I was excited to have a projector in my classroom for the first time,
As I set out to find an image using Creative Commons Search this week that could be useful in helping students achieve some of our learning intentions, I first looked at my lesson plans (in their Saturday night - embryonic stage).
Two photos taken fifty years apart. On the left we see President Eisenhower, on the right President Obama and the First Lady. Who are the other women in the photos with them.
If you haven’t guessed already, it's the same woman in both ph
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Reflecting on this course was really challenging. It is kind of like this picture... it is di