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The Cloud Part of Reversing Presentations

The Cloud Part of Reversing Presentations

In my first Reversing the Presentation post I talked in general about moving from presenting in the shadows of a whiteboard to facing students with their handheld digital devices, and in Reverse Presentations Rejuvenate Education Industries I talked specifically about how the document camera industry could begin reversing the presentation process/best practices. In this post I’ll go another step further, still keeping the document camera as the presentation example. It’s a wonderful example of a … Read entire article »

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Els Center of Excellence Tees Off on Autism

Els Center of Excellence Tees Off on Autism

Many people know Ernie Els as a world-famous professional Hall of Fame golfer; with a swing that is so smooth he’s called “The Big Easy.”   He is also a father of two lovely children. Els’ son is a child with autism. Some of us have seen the TV spots for the Els Center of Excellence, but I think that publication and support in education magazines, online sites, and other education media is long overdue. I … Read entire article »

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eBooks: Make Your Own!

eBooks: Make Your Own!

For some reason, I think that I have a lot to say. I know that education and tech content is in demand, so I, and everyone with a blog continue churning it out. Often I’ve looked back at what I’ve posted, and asked myself, “Wouldn’t all of this—together—be nice in a book?” It’s not an ego thing, it’s more looking at the ideas and thinking that they were really good—wonder how many looked—or noticed. All posts, … Read entire article »

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