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  • have opportunities to create because they have genius to share. There are numerous ways for students to show us what they know, what they understand. Digital technologies our students are already using like photo editing can be leveraged for that purpose. <br />
  • screenshot of page from youblisher-student saved creation as a PDF, made flippable book. Amazing what students can <br /> say when they are given options.The flippable book was inspired from a week&apos;s learning. She captured the discussions, <br /> the learning, the reading. She created her design using numerous image tools-tools I did not know how to use. <br /> We constantly work to share our work with others beyond our walls, so she saved her work as a PDF, then uploaded to youblisher. <br />
  • also do not like how this looks as a list, thought about make squares for each. <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />
  • What do you see, what do you notice, what do you wonder...Picture to represent meaning. Whether this is a picture to represent a taught concept or a definition, image can reflect what a student understands. The image requires planning, requires a student to think about the many contexts. <br />
  • Picassohead used to create a representation of a character, accompanied by poetry <br />
  • Illustrate, design to show your understanding of (x), to capture the meaning of (x), to embody the spirit of (x), to extend the theme of (x), to represent the concept of (x)... <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />
  • If my students are to write and to meet all the core requires-the writing can matter and should matter. Juniors took part in a service writing unit-they volunteered, and as the experience was taking place, they wrote. A descriptive essay of the place, conducted an interview, created and designed an image to accompany-their writing even though descriptive, expository in nature was to be viewed as an argument-they were going to be inspired during their time volunteering, and they would want something to change, to improve, to stay the same...writing had to reflect that desire. It is hard to capture <br /> how amazing the experience was, but I found it was successful because students were not only inspired by my passion, they were inspired by the guests who came to class and told of their amazing volunteer experience, they were inspired by the people they met and the writing that <br /> ensued, they allowed the inspiration because they trusted me when I told them-this experience will change your life... <br /> there was a reason beyond meeting a standard requirement. <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />
  • No matter what we teach, our content can be leveraged to empower students to make a meaningful contribution. Learning and reflecting can be magical, should be magical. Learning and reflecting can be authentic, should be authentic. Photography can be utilized for these purposes: inspire and enhance, connect to concept, make it matter, support and share. During this presentation, I will provide student example and the context of that example, so you can see how photography allowed my students to be creative and allowed them to share their genius. <br />

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  • Notes: http://tinyurl.com/creativerighteng
  • I want my students to... because... I want my children to... because...
  • News and Inspiration www.ted.com/ www.gokicker.com www.newseum.org http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/ www.tenbyten.org/ www.tigweb.org/tiged/ www.dogonews.com/ www.timeforkids.com/
  • battle of draining happiness lonely promise fading slowly infinite potential falling suffocation dismissed genius
  • www.picassohead.org
  • Design, Drawing, Photography www.picassohead.com/ www.polyvore.com/ www.picmonkey.com/ http://pixlr.com/ www.psykopaint.com/ www.phixr.com/ www.fiftythree.com/paper www.queeky.com/app
  • Walking toward the special education room for the first time, I see preschoolers coming in from recess. I stop and watch them go by in a lazy line like little ducklings following the leader. Their freedom and innocence is obvious in their laughter and bubbling chatter. I smile to myself and wish my life was as simple and carefree-where sorries are enough, hugs are golden, and bandaids can fix everything. I wish I still had a child's short memory...to be able to forgive and forget so easily. Excerpt from Bailey's service learning project
  • Play David Bowden Video “Citizen Journalist”
  • Writing, Sharing, Publishing www.inklewriter.com www.lulu.com www.youblisher.com www.wordpress.com www.blogger.com www.kidblog.com www.apple.com/ibooks-author/ http://www.showme.com/