Category Archives: ISTE 2012

Teaching the Elements of Design

Making Beautiful Pixels: Multimedia Design Meets Art Theory Camille Dempsey, Duquesne University with Jodi Staniunas-Hopper ” Our primary intuitive intelligence is visual.” Wow, we went from Color, Line, Type, Texture and Shape to Semiotics and Gestault Theory in one hour!  … Continue reading

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The Future of the Book

In a breakfast with Adobe, the Education Director Jon Perera stated that “80% of consumers believe creativity is key to economic growth.”  He went on to show some great new products.  CreativeCloud is a wonderful product that allows users to … Continue reading

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Computational Thinking

Computational Thinking http://www.iste.org/Libraries/CT_Documents/Computational_Thinking_Operational_Definition_flyer.sflb.ashx I came to ISTE this year wanting to understand how the Arts can truly become become a part of STEM (STEAM) after an ISTE official told me a few years ago that I should look into Computational … Continue reading

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Creativity and personalized learning-ISTE themes

Sir Ken Robinson started off the ISTE 2012 conference with two questions: What does it take to personalize learning? What are the roles of new technology? While his inquiry didn’t get far with the members of the panel, he was … Continue reading

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