Digital Age Leadership Multimedia Project


Below is my Emaze project on Digital Age Leadership. This was the first time I used Emaze and it was very user-friendly and I would highly suggest giving it a try for your next presentation or giving it to your students as an option for a multimedia project. I look forward to seeing our networks grow together as I've subscribed to each of your blogs via Feedly! I look forward to your next post/tweet :)

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  1. I'm glad this course has energized you along your educational journey and I hope you continue sharing and connecting!

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    1. Hi Ralph! This presentation was so visually beautiful! I've never heard of emaze. I will add this to my "tech Tool box".

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  2. "Inspiring cultivator" love it! This is definitely a neat tool. I always wanted to use Prezi, but I see it's subscription based, so I went with PowToons. I love that all of these tools do the "dirty work" for you and allow you to "plug and play" around with the neat features in order to present your information in the best way possible. Also the TPACK reminder is a great one. Realizing it takes multiple facets to help a good educator create ready students is crucial. Good stuff this class Ralph, and looks like we're on board for our next on in special education... hold on!

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  3. Hey Ralph!
    I love the emaze! I have not used this tool yet. Have you been using it for Long? Are students also able to use it to do presentations? You have certainly learned a great deal along the way! you shared a lot of information and resources here! Thank you again for another awesome post!

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    1. This was the first time using Emaze. I can't remember where I saw it listed as an alternative ppt resource throughout the semester but thought this was a great opportunity to "play" with it.

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