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Where has the time gone?

Has it really been nearly two months since I last posted here? I didn’t plan to take such a long leave of absence from blogging, it just happened. The usual end-of-the-school-year craziness back in April, having to pack up two classrooms and several storage areas…

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I’ve been translated into Mandarin!

This made me pause this week: I received an email message from noted art educator and author Michael Day informing me that he had a set of 12 Guiding Principles for Integrating Digital Technologies into a School Art Program I wrote translated into Mandarin for…

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Goodbye 2009, Hello 2010!

Photo by doug88888, CC Attribution License

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Web 2.0 Workshops for West Virginia Art Teachers

Heading back to Florida tomorrow, after spending two days with West Virginia art teachers at their WVAEA Conference in Lewisburg. While I look forward to returning to a warmer climate, I appreciate the enthusiasm these art teachers showed for learning some new tools and ideas…

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Lessons Learned . . .

Photo by Michele Eve. CC Attribution License Twice this past year I’ve faced the real possibility of losing my blog. The first time was back in January when I mistakenly thought I knew what I was doing while changing my profile picture. Fortunately, a colleague…

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Pausing for a post-digital moment . . .

I made a subtle change in the sub-heading of this blog a while back that probably went unnoticed by the causal reader: I inserted “post-digital age” where is once read “digital age.” At the time, I didn’t consider it to be a radical enough change…

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Reflections on the “Fear of Starting Over”

I had planned to start the New Year out with my monthly listing of Web sightings, which I’ll get to in my next posting.  Instead, I’d like to share a somewhat frightening experience I went through over the last two days.   In a nutshell, I…

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Goodbye 2008.

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Adventures in Flying

I’ve been traveling more than usual over the past several months and consider myself fortunate that I haven’t experienced any flight cancellations or major delays. I attribute my success in part to getting progressively better at packing and picking flights. But, there have been a…

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The Value of Nature Study

On Friday Morning, prior to the hands-on workshop I offered for art education faculty and students at the Rhode Island School of Design, I took a stroll around RISD’s campus to take in the Fall color. On my way, I stopped in the Edna W….

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