Digital Bling for Images

Photo by NaMaKuKi from Pexels There is something compelling about bubbling gold, warm, mellow yellows, glittering fields dotted with yellow blooms.  Yellows bring bright sunshine to mind, summers […]

Visuals, Communication and AI

Is communication ever black and white with no nuances weaved in between? There are days when I almost wish it were so. Yet, as every […]

Visualise Anything You Want

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels I confess - there are times when words elude me and a simple visual explanation would make everything so much clearer to understand.  […]

Why Memes Belong in the Classroom

Call me old-fashioned - it won't change my mind. I still delight in memes and how students can share their sense of humour with a […]

The Power of Images

Photo by Efdal YILDIZ from Pexels Evocative. Provocative. Enchanting or disenchanting, images have the power to inspire or repulse us. Our perceptions  of images will naturally be different, […]

Infographics with Beautiful News

Love them or hate them, infographics continue being a popular way of portraying information and are part of our visual literacy skills. With all the […]

Design and Images

Images help learners in so many ways; some well known examples are  - for brainstorming activities, to spark interest in a topic/theme, to simplify complex […]

Learning After Skool

Our learning ecosystem  today is rich with multimedia and a wide choice of digital tools and approaches to using them for education. Here is an […]

Snap an Image, Share a Story

There are so many ways to tell stories, to create and share narratives that one is often spoilt by choice.  Snappa is tool for creating […]

Student Videos: Empowering Creativity and Video Journalism

Teacher videos are terrific learning tools, but student-created videos are even richer. Creating videos, motion graphics, and animations nudge students to blend a host of […]

Imposter Syndrome or Instagram Symptom

I have a new colleague whose PhD examines Imposter Syndrome in teachers.  My twitter feed has been linking me to Imposter Syndrome resources. 2018 seems to […]

Data Fluency Follow-Up - Beware of Content Manipulation

Source: TED Ed In light of our recent post, we thought it worth sharing one of the latest TED Ed videos released this summer. It […]

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