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Ordinary/Amazing Stories of Connection
(Oct 2015) keynote for K12 Online Conference
(Oct 2015) TEDxUSagradoCorazon, San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Open Show: Connected Learning Without Expensive Acronyms
(June 2015), DML Conference, Los Angeles
The BS of Storytelling
(June 2015) keynote for CALI conference, Denver, CO
What The Web!
(March 2015) keynote for TCC 2015 Conference, Honolulu
(Sep-Oct 2014) 7 locations in New Zealand
(July 2014) Arizona K12 Center Camp Plug and Play, Tucson, AZ
Do You Every Wonder What Happened to Wonder?
(Sep 2014) University of Texas Arlington
Doing the Daily Create
(May 2014) Riding the Wave of Change Conference, Gimli Manitoba
Enquire Within Upon Everything: True Stories of the Wondrous Web
(Apr 2014) eLearning Consortium of Colorado
Making / Telling Stories That Matter
(Mar 2014) Skidmore College
Telling Stories with Data
Telling Stories With Data (and Pictures)
A lesson for 6th Grade math students at Yokohama International School, March 2013
Movies are for entertainment- the attract our attention, entertain, but really do nto say much that is important - e.g.
Can a science experiment be introduced in a way that attracts attention but also communicates its result? Using cinematic methods?
World Wide Economies and Food Consumption - what is the story?
Can we understand the relationship to average caloric consumption per country versus an economic measure?
Global State of Agriculture - infographic. Do the design elements match the data/math? Can we measure areas of circles (globes) and math to rate of world population? Ask questions!
Interactive Infographics - countries that have the highest and lowers caloric consumption versus the 20 highest and lower GDP per capita - does this show the math? (no)
Gapminder - manipulate up to sic variables and connect directly to the data
Gapminder Story Activity
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"