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Creatures, Plants and More!

Andrea Santilli shared this in an ISTE group: “My students and I have just published one of the first interactive books that includes student work. It is only available for the iPad and is a free download. If you like it, please pass it on!” Creatures, Plants and More! Love that this was a group […]

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Cloudy (with a chance of being organized)

At the Tech Forum Boston yesterday I decided to attend an apps smackdown. It was lots of fun and I left with a few apps to pass on to teachers, and one that I knew I would try myself. The app is called CloudOn and is free. It works with Dropbox , also free. If […]

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Fablevision Newsletter

I’m a big fan of the Fablevision Newsletter ~ see the February 2012 edition here. This month’s poster, that you can download and print,  is nice depiction of our collective voice. There is also a free poster for your classroom with ideas for making March the creativity month – enjoy!

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A Thinking Journey

Read the September 2011 Peter Reynolds / Fablevision Newsletter. The free poster is always one of my favorite parts: “Welcome your students back to the classroom with a fresh poster decorating the walls. Start your class on a creative thinking journey with these tips from Peter H. Reynolds on living with purpose. Choose from two […]

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Above and Beyond

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills and Peter Reynolds of Fablevision collaborated to produce “Above and Beyond” resources, the story of the 4Cs. There is a short, animated video (4 min, 42 sec) and a free, downloadable poster. I really value the work P21 has done in spreading the word about 21st century skills, but […]

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Who Inspires You?

I’m always pleasantly surprised when I get the Fablevision newsletter. I enjoy reading it and the free poster is always a joyful celebration of creativity. This issue’s poster is “Who Inspires You?” – nice question for educators to ask their students, but also for us to ask each other. Here’s a link to the poster […]

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