Show & Tell: Using Visual Thinking in the Classroom

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Today I came across a blog post by Derek Bruff at Vanderbilt University. He posted a fantastic prezi (naturally) on the various ways educators can and have incorporated visual thinking in the classroom. In addition to creating a visually-appealing presentation, he includes plenty of links to explore the stories included. Plan some time to explore it! 

Here's a link to the post. Enjoy!


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Great Prezi from Derek. My favorite part was this note: "Your slides are not a teleprompter." Something I often have to remind myself....

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