Captain America at Work

Jun 5, 2012 by

What does Captain America do when not saving the world from crazed Nazi scientists? We know he served his country as a part of the U.S. armed...

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“Silent Era” Back to the Future – Dr. Brown Rescues My Sense of Play

Apr 13, 2012 by

My fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Piraino (you can imagine the nicknames we had for her), was a teacher that loved creativity. Every year she transformed...

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Come Write Poetry With Me This April!

Mar 19, 2012 by

I’m a terrible poet. No really, I am. Whether it’s over-using simplistic imagery devices, abusing similes, or providing rather juvenile...

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Serenity Now!!!

Mar 18, 2012 by

I’m a huge fan of the Seinfeld TV show. Despite being in middle school when the show first aired, as I began to understand the world with a...

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Video Story Problems 101

Mar 1, 2012 by

Traditional story problems are dull, disconnected, and often don’t offer much opportunity for students to work with material and challenges...

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Audio, the Red-Headed Step Child of Digital Storytelling?

Feb 29, 2012 by

Of all the various ways one could weave a digital story, I’ve noticed that audio seems to be the least favorite medium of both educators and...

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