On today's Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day, I resist the temptation to use a photo of a famous person next to a quote and instead choose a cartoon image of Albert Einstein.
Today's Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day features a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt, my favorite serif font, and introduces this week's theme: CURIOSITY.
Today's Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day attempts to demonstrate that sometimes less in more with this powerful quote from Nelson Mandela.
Today's Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day features a quote from "The Greatest" and manages to break one of my main rules of design by exceeding "the greatest" number of words one should use on a single slide.
Today's Curious Quotes, Points to Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day highlights a classic, simple, and elegant approach to slide design with a quote from the classic, simple, and elegant Audrey Hepburn.
Today's Curious Quotes, Points to Ponder, & Inspiring Insights slide of the day features two of Spain's greatest artists: Miguel de Cervantes, author of Don Quixote, and Pablo Picasso.
This is the start of something brand new for me that I am calling Curious Quotes, Points To Ponder, & Inspiring Insights. Each week, I plan to post a series of slides that focus on a common theme and provide some tips on my thinking in the design. This week's theme: IMPOSSIBLE.
The gifted experience is unique, ever-changing, and ultimately an individual adventure in self-discovery. While the field of gifted education is filled with a myriad of conceptions and definitions that only occasionally agree with one another. Rather than debating what giftedness is and isn’t, let us look inward and describe what our personal experience with being gifted feels like by utilizing only GIFS.
In June of 2019, I had the opportunity to travel to Antofagasta, Chile to present at DelTA UCN about using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model. When I first joined Joe Renzulli’s Three Ring Circus, I mean started the doctoral program at the University of Connecticut back in 2005, I had no idea where my journey would take me. But there I was 4,000 miles away and somehow still in the same time zone. When you are used to traveling primarily east and west, going that far south definitely gives you a new perspective. Here are a few key things that I learned on the journey.
Yes, you read that correctly. You can LISTEN TO WIKIPEDIA. If I really needed another reason to love Wikipedia, this is it. This project built by Hatnote applies sound to Wikipedia's recent changes feed. "Bells indicate additions and string plucks indicate subtractions. Pitch changes according to the size of the edit; the larger the edit, the deeper the note. Green circles show edits from unregistered contributors, and purple circles mark edits performed by automated bots. You may see announcements for new users as they join the site, punctuated by a string swell."