Posts Categorized: Sparks

Think Before You Lync!

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Just got a hilarious share from Rhonda Berger at Miami Dade College. This video should really resinate with those of you who have spent time in video conference calls over the past year or two. It really makes me want to have a some conversations around the idea of “Think Before You Lync: How and When […]

Success in the New Economy

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Special thanks to Leonard Bass for sharing this wonderful and thought provoking video with Circles. Direction and Motion Graphics: Brian Y. Marsh brianymarsh.com Written and Narrated by: Kevin Fleming teloses.com Citrus College supported the production of “Success in the New Economy” to help a broader audience begin to understand preparation today for tomorrow’s labor market realities. The […]

Mr Splashy Pants

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Many of you know I am a big fan of TED Talks, I am also a fan of Social Media so a fun TED Talk on Social Media, come on. This quick talk really demonstrates the speed, power, and influence of social media in the 21st century. Would you like to create your own version […]

Using Comic Strips as Cognitive Sparks

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Are you looking for a new way to start conversations around the content you teach? Have you ever considered adopting and adapting a funny comic strip to suit your needs? Today, it is easier than ever to develop your own comics. It is fun, it is free, and most importantly, students seem to find it […]

How can I share with Circles of Innovation?

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Are you interested in helping or contributing to Circles of Innovation? We would love to have your input, ideas, links, & content, and there are a variety of ways you can help. The easiest way to help would be to surf the site and rank the content by clicking on the star ratings at the […]

Circles of Innovation: Lamp

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Special thanks to Rob McCaffrey, James May, John DiDonna, the student volunteers and everyone else who helped out in the making of the film shorts.

Circles of Innovation: Milk

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Special thanks to Rob McCaffrey, James May, John DiDonna, the student volunteers and everyone else who helped out in the making of this film short.

Cellphones in the classroom by James May

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Thank you James for your presentation at Valencia’s Learning Day and for being willing to share it here with Circles of Innovation. In the short time I had to speak, I very briefly dropped the idea of how to use QR code and Backchanneling. The video below gives a very quick (down and dirty) example […]