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Quitting Smoking - A Personal Test

They say that quitting smoking is harder than quitting heroin.

According to the Center for Disease Control, research indicates that nicotine, the active ingredient in cigarettes, is as addictive as heroin, cocaine, or alcohol.   164 more words


Digital Storytelling Project: Damien and the Cat

The link above is my finished digital storytelling project. The story was created as a story example of how elementary students (grades 1st-4th) can create a digital representation of their own memory or small moment writing experience. 1,033 more words

Evaluate And Use Technology For Teaching And Learning

On Digital Storytelling

One of the great things about being a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow is having the opportunity to learn new skills. This fall, I got a crash course in digital storytelling. 444 more words

3 Steps to Leverage Technology for Language Learners


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Technology can change the way students communicate in the classroom. It can create new patterns of discourse. 

Looking for some ways to leverage technology to enhance dual language instruction? 541 more words


Final Project Proposal

Chris Acevedo

Digital Storytelling


Objective- What I’m seeking to say in the project is just how dancing has really made an impact in my life, because its not a hobby anymore, it became more than that. 335 more words

About The Class

Story Presentation

Chris Acevedo

Digital Storytelling



After going through some of the digital stories, the one I liked the most was the Blind Wrestler, I felt like it was a very strong piece of digital story because it was interesting just by the title of it. 143 more words

About The Class

Please Tell Me A Story!

One Tuesday night I had the privilege in hearing Alan Levine @cogdog talking to my Social Media class about Digital Storytelling.  His presentation was so engaging and after the class was over I couldn’t help but, reminisce to my favourite memories and stories… 1,222 more words

My Reflections