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Create web sites, epubs, and presentations.

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Pixie

Software for student publishing and creativity.

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Wixie

Online student publishing and creativity platform.

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Frames

Create animations, digital stories, and stop-motion.

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Share

Create web sites, epubs, and presentations.

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Project Based Learning and Presentations

Posted by Melinda Kolk on Mar 7, 2014 3:03:00 PM

To make learning during the process visible and to facilitate assessment, project-based learning culminates in a final presentation of learning. Notice I didn't say presentation, but presentation of learning. There is a difference. A big difference. 

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Topics: pbl, assessment, 21st century classroom, project-based learning, presentation

Assessing PBL - "It's the process, not the product"

Posted by Melinda Kolk on Jan 22, 2014 10:21:00 AM

As a PBL enthusiastic and someone who has seen student project work in action, it has always felt natural and easy to say, "It's the process, not the product." Anyone who has done PBL or watched the entire process knows that you only get to see a small portion of the learning in the final product.

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Topics: pbl, share, assessment, project, project-based learning, presentation

6 tips for submitting sessions to education conferences

Posted by Melinda Kolk on Apr 30, 2013 9:48:00 AM

The call for proposals has come out for your favorite educational conference and now it’s time to submit your presentation or workshop. If you aren’t feeling confident or have been rejected before, don’t despair. Just because you don’t have experience, doesn’t mean you don’t have something valuable to share.  If you have been rejected one too many times, take solace in a few famous authors who were rejected many, many times.

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Topics: presentation, conference

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