Monthly Archives: August 2013

Picadilo is Fun! Play With Your Photos Online

Picadilo is fun! It’s an online photo editor. Upload your photo and start playing. No sign-in. No learning curve. I’m so grateful for all the years I studied PhotoShop and for all the students and teachers I learned with. But this program, … Continue reading

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Contribute Your Photos to eltpics – Creative Common Resource

I uploaded my first photograph to #eltpics this afternoon. I’ve been meaning to contribute for some time. It’s super simple and is a great resource for educators to find photos licensed under the Creative Commons, and of course it’s hoped … Continue reading

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Let the Moment Linger

While teaching sailing many years ago I was required to take a five day course with a component on one of those days of delivering a thirty minute lecture which was filmed. We had a written manual intended for all … Continue reading

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Leyden Summer ChromeBook Symposium Day 3

George Couros @GCouros delivered the keynote today and then did a Professional Development and PLN breakout session. He gave a beautiful speech, showing his passion for education. His visuals were fantastic, and his care and concern for the audience is … Continue reading

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Leyden Summer ChromeBook Symposium Day 2

Today was another great day at Leyden Summer Symposium. The experience of each person is different according to the sessions they attend, but everyone shared the good fortune of being able to hear the keynote speaker of the day, Chris … Continue reading

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