Posts Categorized: images

Metaphors Be With You!

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For those of you who attended our February session of Circles on Creativity, you may remember the TEDx talk we used featuring Graham Shaw. In that video, Graham showed us how all of us can be artists if we learn a basic process for drawing. Below you will find another TEDx talk by Graham. This […]

Stereograms

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http://safeshare.tv/v/woQgI3mgK0c http://www.easystereogrambuilder.com/3d-stereogram-maker.aspx http://deepdreamgenerator.com/

Screen Captured!

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I get quite a few questions about Screen Capturing and Screen Casting. “How do I do it?” “Will the technique work on my phone?” “Can I do this on my tablet?” “Is it easy to teach students?” Simply put, both screen capturing and screencasting are easily and freely done on just about any device. If you […]

ThingLink and Interactive Images

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ThingLink is a tool that teachers can use to make images interactive. So, do you have images or infographics you like to use with your students? Why not make them interactive. Link them to other images, web pages, audio files, videos and more. You can then use these interactive images to present. Why make a […]

Back to the Future 2

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This is just a friendly reminder for all of you fans of the Back to the Future Franchise. This Wednesday (October 21st, 2015) is Back to the Future Day. It is the day Doc Brown and Marty McFly jumped to when they jumped into the future in the sequel to the 1985 hit movie. Last year, […]

School or Prison?

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Special thanks to Andy Ray (who is currently on sabbatical and traveling through Europe). He just sent us this thought provoking image all the way from Vienna. Click here or on the image below to see the larger, more legible version. Andy, we know you are taking a bunch of pictures, and, hopefully, we will be able […]

Road Signs

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In 1971, the MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices) stipulated that yield signs should be red with a white triangle in the center and red lettering. The signs were changed in color because red is thought to be more attention grabbing. Prior to the 70s yellow was the most visible color, but the invention […]