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March 18 Webinar – Making Meaning – Perceiving Reality – Visualization

March 15th, 2010

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Visualization is a term that is thrown around somewhat indiscriminately. This webinar is designed as a way to dip into visualization and to help educators get a grip on understanding the subject and think about how it applies to their classrooms. Woven into visualization is the topic of visual literacy, a skill that is considered by many to be crucial to the whole idea of literacy. This webinar will combine the ideas and take the position that visualization is a skill that is specified in Maine Learning Results and 21st Century skills. The MLTI image, and other resources provide tools that can create visualizations and/or help develop visual literacy. Come join us on that Thursday for either of the two sessions.

3:15 session

http://stateofmaine.na4.acrobat.com/mlti031810a/

 7:15 session

http://stateofmaine.na4.acrobat.com/mlti031810e/

  1. March 16th, 2010 at 12:33 | #1

    I would like to register for the 7:15 webinar, but can not be guaranteed to participate as it is around bedtime of my small child. I am excited for this topic as I am an art teacher and this is my modus operandi!

    • March 17th, 2010 at 14:18 | #2

      Good to hear from you – It really will be a quick dip. The subject is very deep and rich, so it will be mostly an intro and discussion. Hope to see you there!

  2. Beth Turner
    March 16th, 2010 at 13:31 | #3

    Do you have handouts or documentation for the Visualization webinar?

    • March 17th, 2010 at 14:21 | #4

      There will be some to download at the end of the webinar. I am still getting them together. The whole ppt and a notebook will be available, and there will be a page with some extra websites to look at. I hope this answers your question. In addition, the sessions will be recorded and made available as archives. I will have a blog post kind of synopsis, and an iTunesU podcast, too.

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