ICE Conference 2012 – #ice12


I have been very hard at work preparing for the upcoming ICE conference, here in St. Charles, IL.  What that means is that I've neglected this blog a little.  I am currently getting ready to help run the UDL Playground at ICE to show off the concepts of UDL and some of the great tools there are to support it.  It also means I get to meet a ton of great educators, and let them play with all sorts of gadgets!

One of the resources my collaborators and I have put together is this wiki - http://udlplayground.wikispaces.com.  This wiki is full of great resources for anyone to learn about and implement the ideas of UDL.  We've also included a slideshow with a few examp (Read more...)

Omnidazzle

Heard about a really interesting tool from @smeech on Twitter.  He posted a great screencast (from @kolsen4) about Omnidazzle.  Omnidazzle is a free plugin for Macs that allows you to highlight and change a screen temporarily on a smartboard or projector.  Check out the Screencast here.

Some of cool tools in this product are:
Sonar - turn your screen into a sonar monitor
Waves - create ripples on your screen
Comic - click around and comic book pow & kapow's appear

Some of the useful tools are:

Cutout - it dims the screen, then you can select parts to highlight.  You can choose from circle, oval or rectangle cutouts

Flashlight - it dims most of the screen, e (Read more...)

Ways to use Flip Camera

Inspired by Tom Barrett’s (@tombarrettInteresting Ways series, Richard Byrne of FreeTech4Teachers created the Many Ways to use a Flip Camera.  He’s invited anyone who has a great idea to share it on the Goolge presentation.  Or feel free to pass it around to your colleagues!  It’s full of great ideas!

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Patrick

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Inspired by Tom Barrett's (@tombarrettInteresting Ways series, Richard Byrne of FreeTech4Teachers created the Many Ways to use a Flip Camera.  He's invited anyone who has a great idea to share it on the Goolge presentation.  Or feel free to pass it around to your colleagues!  It's full of great ideas!


For those of you viewing in a RSS reader, you may need to click through to view the embeded presentation.

Patrick

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