Category Archives: Presentations

  • Evernote: My Second Brain

    Posted on February 6, 2014 by Jason in Interests, NETA, Presentations, Thoughts.

      I love productivity apps and software to help me get things done. Whether that be at home or at the office, I’ll try just about any new utility that claims to help one be more productive. But I have never found one with as much flexibility and that works like this. Welcome to my second […]

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  • Building Capacity

    Posted on September 8, 2010 by Jason in ESU 10, Presentations.

    In working with Tech Integration Specialists today were talking about how powerful self-discovery is in getting teachers to work with new technologies. I have worked through this process with several schools using the Learning Cycle (borrowed from the Microsoft Building 21st Century Schools curriculum) and have successfully introduced many new projects and technologies to educators throughout the state. The process […]

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  • New URL Shortner

    Posted on June 14, 2010 by Jason in ESU 10, Interests, Presentations.

    I am trying out a new URL shortner from YOURLS.org. It was easy to set up and configure. I like the idea of using it for workshop material, mobile phone links I use a lot, and more. For example, I am working on a presentation for Animation-ish tomorrow and so created the link http://JasonE.me/animation. Or […]

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  • KAYPN – Social Networking Presentation

    Posted on April 15, 2010 by Jason in Presentations.

    Social Networking/Social Media Presentation by; Jason Everett, Systems Engineer, ESU #10 Thursday, April 15th 12 p.m. — 1 p.m. at the American Red Cross–Conference Room “Professionals face many challenges. One of which is finding opportunities to network with other professionals and share ideas, frustrations, websites, or just have an ear to bend. With the advancement […]

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  • Series: Technology to Support Multiple Intelligences

    Posted on December 2, 2009 by Jason in EDU, ESU 10, Presentations, Thoughts.

    This is a series of articles on how and which technologies you might use to support the eight individual intelligences as defined in Dr. Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Here is a sequential outline of the articles: •  Introduction • Word Smart (linguistic intelligence) • Number Smart (logical-mathematical intelligence) • Picture Smart (spatial intelligence) • […]

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  • Social Neworking for Adult Educators

    Posted on October 20, 2009 by Jason in EDU, Presentations.

    As I explore the topic of using social networking for adult educators, I see many advantages to both the educator and the student. For the adult educator, this is a wonderful opportunity to find others in your field who are also passionate about this topic (adult education) and maybe even the subject you are teaching. […]

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