Picturing poetry

by | Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Nashworld pointed me towards PicLits a website that he describes as being “part visual literacy, part refrigerator poetry, part… fun.” Check out his posting or visit PicLits.

Topics related to this post: Art | Creativity | Design | Fun | Learning | Poetry | Representation | Teaching | Technology

A few randomly selected blog posts…

Happy 2012

Every Christmas-break our family creates a stop-motion video new year's greeting card. We have been doing this for 4 years or so and it is an incredibly fun way to spend time together. It has become a "signature" thing we do as a family. Anyway this year was no...

Ambigrams animated: 3 new designs

I love creating ambigrams, words written in such a manner that they can be read from multiple perspective - rotated, reflected and so on. These designs are much easier to "grasp" when printed on paper since you can actually turn the paper around, hold it against a...

The benefits of doodling!

Finally science has proved what I knew all along, doodling is a sign of an alert mind and may actually help memory!! Another justification for this, I guess.

Shreya makes the newspaper!

For Halloween, my daughter, Shreya's fifth grade class entertained a bunch of first-graders with a spooky music and dance show. A news reporter was there and her photo (Shreya's not the news reporter's) ended up on the cover of The Towne Courier, the local community...

Amruta Patil’s Family Album

A few weeks ago I had featured Nina Paley, animator and story teller. I just discovered another amazing talent: graphic artist Amruta Patil. I got know Amruta through the desi blog ultrabrown which recently featured an interview (Amruta Patil and Kari: A short Q&A)...

TPACK Newsletter #9, March 2011

TPACK Newsletter, Issue #9: March 2011 Special Spring 2011 Conference Issue Below please find a listing of TPACK-related papers/sessions that will be presented at the SITE conference in March in Nashville, Tennessee; at the AERA annual meeting in April in New Orleans,...

No excuses! Veja du (or don’t you)

Excusado by Edward Weston I have written earlier about the idea of veja du (which ended up becoming an assignment in my creativity class). To recap: ... if déjà vu is the process by which something strange becomes, abruptly and surprisingly familiar, véjà du is the...

véjà du, all over again

A véjà du experience is about looking at a familiar situation but with fresh eyes, as if you’ve never seen it before. It forms the basis of an assignment I give in my CEP818, Creativity in Teaching & Learning course. The assignment is described in greater detail...

A chat about GPT3 (and other forms of alien intelligence)

A chat about GPT3 (and other forms of alien intelligence)

We recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of writing a regular column series on Rethinking Technology & Creativity in Education for the journal TechTrends. Over the next few articles in this series, we are going to dive deeper into Artificial Intelligence...

1 Comment

  1. Terry Friedlander

    Thanks for the listing and kudos regarding our web stie ( Piclits.com)

    2009 will be exciting as we plan to introduce some new features.

    cheers,

    Terry Friedlander, founder

    Reply

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