Jason, this is a wonderful idea. Thanks for putting the extra time in. I love this first post. It does a good job to remind some of us who too often stay close to safe and 'traditional' teaching methods how different and digital the world has become. I look forward to more posts!
Very cool visual. Will you be able to post an image that fits in the vertical borders?Better yet, love the idea of the site!
Thanks for pointing out that it didn't fit. I was concerned about all the other stuff and didn't even notice that. I think it fits now.
Jason, I am able to post a comment and not sign in. I really like the statistics on the graphic as well. Perhaps it me feel less guilt when I click delete on all those bulk emails... :)
Great job Kern. You are quite the tek-e;) Did you find all the info on one site or is it a conglomeration?
hello Jason I am able to post! Wow what will you do next.
Wow! What program did you use to create the graphic?
To those who think I created the graphic, thanks but at the bottom of the picture is a link to where I got it from. Katherine, if I was going to make something like that I would do it in Adobe Photoshop.Glad you guys enjoyed it and thanks to those who helped test out the posting for me.
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This obviously has enormous implications for curriculum and instruction. We all need to be preparing ourselves for some paradigm shifting. Think abacus to TI-nspire!The trick, in my opinion, is for us and our students is to learn to winnow out the meaningful information from all the "noise" to which we are also subjected. Higher level thinking skills anyone?What an exciting time to be in the field of education!
Thanks for doing this Jason! I look forward to more of your posts.