I did a fun, low key workshop just looking at some ideas for using visual tools to promote and share learning. Holly Clark talks about the importance of being "transliterate". We need to be able to read and speak all different types of informational media including images. I tried to focus more on the pedagogy and ideas and not just share a lot of resources. As Kevin Honeycutt says, it is not about the tools, it is about the possibilities. In all of my sessions, I tried to make sure that I included opportunities to create, collaborate, communicate and think critically. This is my new mantra. This needs to be a part of everything I teach.
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