Category Archives: Presentations

Technology Integration Sample

The Technology Integration Matrix is a valuable resource for teachers to gain insight into the creation of lessons that help students reach the Infusion and Transformation levels. The selected sample is a “Biography of Thomas Jefferson” student project.  Take a … Continue reading

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Access DropMocks and drop your photos in.  One photo is profiled while the others appear faded in the background.  A classroom presentation can be created using 5 images from FCIT, for example.  In my sample, I chose to use photos … Continue reading

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Take a look at the Clippix images at FCIT.  A friendly license allows teachers and students to use up to 25 free photos in a single, non-commercial school project without further permission. Students can select photos from FCIT or Pics4Learning and utilize the images … Continue reading

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Multimedia in the Classroom

I’m sharing a blog entry from my colleague and friend, Crystal Gasell, Multimedia in the Classroom.  Crystal offers some great tips for working on a multimedia project with students.

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Presentations ETC

You will find templates, buttons, and themes at this FCIT resource for your PowerPoint and Keynote presentations.  I also discovered that the resources found here can be used with a variety of programs including WordPress.  Enhance your blogs and web … Continue reading

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