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Notes for “Our Portfolios, Ourselves” at @Teach21c on 11/7/15. #PDchat #edchat #nyedchat

Here is the description of the workshop from the Teach21 website:

Curation is a 21st Century skill, so let’s show how to gather archival evidence of your professional endeavors and classroom projects in a digital portfolio. You’ll learn tips to get started: What to gather? Where to put it? How much will this cost? How to organize it? What settings to use? How to link or embed artifacts? How to connect with others? This will be a half-day workshop from 12:30 – 3:00.

Here are my slides for the workshop:

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Notes for “3D Designing and Printing” with @KKleinNYC at @Teach21c on 11/7/15. #MakerEd #STEAM

Here is the description of the workshop from the Teach21 website:
Let’s talk about the basics of a variety of design thinking protocols and explore how to create 3D designs using Tinkercad, 123D Design, and other tools. These 3D files can be exported to a 3D printer while discussing possible integrated project ideas in Math, Science, Art, Social Studies across Upper Elementary and Middle School grades. You’ll leave the workshop with more confidence about the 3D design landscape and how to build a network of teachers interested in designing and making.
This is a half-day workshop from 9:00 – 11:30. Please stay after the workshop and join us for a complimentary lunch.
Instructors: Karen Blumberg and Catherine Klein

Here are the slides for our workshop:

Here is the GoogleDoc of resources:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-ixvbe_PRT0EIDzMl9yOLAlmc3JNMLKoNuygePtr75M/edit?usp=sharing

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Slides for the “Our Portfolios, Ourselves” workshop I’m leading at @Teach21c today

Below is a GooglePresentation of some of my talking points for today’s Our Portfolios, Ourselves at Teach21. Here’s the description for the workshop:

Curation is a 21st Century skill, so let’s show how to gather archival evidence of your professional endeavors and classroom projects in a digital portfolio. You’ll learn tips to get started: What to gather? Where to put it? How much will this cost? How to organize it? What settings to use? How to link or embed artifacts? How to connect with others?

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