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Tuesday, February 7

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    French
    {BedethequeLogo.png} - A database of comics in French
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    comic strips
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    {AnimeChecklist.gif} - Searchable database of Japanese anime characters produced in Japan since 1917 (From Lee Sherlock & Megan Firestone)
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    {mainada_logo_small.jpg} - Perfect for artists--lets you sketch and animate your own comic strips (in color) online for free
    {MakeBeliefsComixLogo.png} - Comic generator site lets you select from a number of different characters, change their emotions, overlap elements, rescale things, etc.
    {PicassoheadLogo.jpg} - Drag and drop facial features to create your own Picasso-like portrait
    {pikisrtips_header.png} - Free, well-designed online software similar to Comic Life that lets you create comic strips and save them for others to view
    {PixtonLogo.jpg} - Comic creation site that will take Chinese characters (and translate them) - courtesy of Aaron Bray
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    {ComicShopLocatorLogo.png} - Type in your zip code to find the comic book shop closest to you. (From Gene Yang)
    {ToonDooLogo.jpg} - A really nice site that lets students drag and drop characters, props, and even speed lines, etc. into comic frames. You can position things in front of or behind other things using the buttons at the bottom. Very intuitive and kid friendly. Be sure to click on all the buttons (Suggested by vidgan1)
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    {XtranormalNewLogo.png} - Create mini, animated videos from stock elements
    Tutorials
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Thursday, February 2

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Sunday, January 8

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    Cherice Montgomery holds a B.A. in Spanish, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (both from Wichita State University), and a Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy with an emphasis in Learning, Technology, & Culture from Michigan State University. She currently teaches courses in Spanish pedagogy and supervises student teachers at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She also serves as an independent consultant for a variety of publishers, universities, and school districts. Cherice's work is informed by a wide array of teaching experiences. In addition to her work as a methods instructor, she has worked as a high school Spanish teacher, a middle school Spanish immersion camp director, an elementary Spanish immersion instructor for homeschooled children, and a community college instructor. She has also served as a full-time instructional facilitator, coordinating cross-curricular professional development and providing both pedagogical and technological support for faculty in a large, urban, public high school. Cherice has been honored with several awards for excellence in teaching, including the Kansas Foreign Language Teacher of the Year Award. Cherice's research interests focus on the intersections of:
    Arts-informed education, creativity, and visual cognition
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Thursday, November 24

  1. page About the Presenter edited Although {CMProfilePix150x210.jpg} Although a Spanish Cherice Montgomery holds a B.A. in Spani…
    Although {CMProfilePix150x210.jpg} Although a Spanish
    Cherice Montgomery holds a B.A. in Spanish, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (both from Wichita State University), and a Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy with an emphasis in Learning, Technology, & Culture from Michigan State University. She currently teaches courses in Spanish pedagogy and supervises student teachers at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She also serves as an independent consultant for a variety of publishers, universities, and school districts. Cherice's work is informed by a wide array of teaching experiences. In addition to her work as a methods instructor, she has worked as a high school Spanish teacher, a middle school Spanish immersion camp director, an elementary Spanish immersion instructor for homeschooled children, and a community college instructor. She has also served as a full-time instructional facilitator, coordinating cross-curricular professional development and providing both pedagogical and technological support for faculty in a large, urban, public high school. Cherice has been honored with several awards for excellence in teaching, including the Kansas Foreign Language Teacher of the Year Award. Cherice's research interests focus on the intersections of:
    Arts-informed education, creativity, and visual cognition
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Thursday, May 19

  1. page About the Presenter edited Although a Spanish teacher by trade, I think I may be an artist at heart. I love playing with conce…
    Although a Spanish teacher by trade, I think I may be an artist at heart. I love playing with concepts, juxtaposing ideas, and seeking connections. I am fascinated by the convergence of aesthetics, creativity, and design, and intrigued by intersections of pedagogy, play, and professional development. Most recently, I am pursuing the idea of layers . . . of experience, life, meaning, and media through social technologies.
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    teaching experiences. SheIn addition to her work as a methods instructor, she has worked as an elementarya high school Spanish immersion instructor for homeschooled children,teacher, a middle
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    While at MIchiganMichigan State, she worked with the Literacy Acquisition Research Center, served as a technical consultant to the Top-of-the-Mitt
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    teachers of less commonly taught languages).Arabic, Hebrew, and Chinese). You can
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