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In 2007, Jim MacMillan was at the top of his profession — a photojournalist who had just shared a Pulitzer Prize for pictures from Iraq’s deadliest combat zones — but he also started to wonder what kind of future that profession had in store for him. His newsroom in Philadelphia was making steep job cuts in the face of plummeting revenues. Then MacMillan attended a BlogWorld conference and returned with a determination to re-invent himself though social networking. MacMillan has since become highly skilled at using social networking to gain new fans of his photography, and he is hardly alone. Advertising Yourself: Building a Personal Brand through Social N Advertising Yourself: Building a Personal Brand through Social N
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Jay Gidwitz uses the language of fantasies, visions and demons buried within the psyche in his exploration of psychological themes and concepts. Gidwitz–a lover of mysticism and the surreal–shows us a window into the subconscious mind using photographic, digital, and traditional techniques to capture his imagery. Psychological Concepts A change in perspective can alter one’s entire relationship to a something, as if the thing itself had changed. That the visions and demons in the collective psyche create the mythologies of religions and nations, and change the course of history. That we are ruled by our evolutionary psychology rather than our conscious thoughts, intentions, & free will. Welcome to the surrealistic art of Jay Gidwitz Welcome to the surrealistic art of Jay Gidwitz
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Logical Fallacies: The Fallacy Files January 15th, 2014 (Permalink) How to Misread a Poll Here's Slate's David Weigel yesterday, in an article titled "Poll: Christie's GOP Approval Numbers Up Since Start of Scandal": [Christie's]…chief political adviser…[said] that Christie was getting "positive, proactive" feedback from Republicans. You laugh…but then you look at the Monmouth poll, the only one taken in New Jersey since the scandal began.
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A collection of rubrics for assessing portfolios, cooperative learning, research process/ report, PowerPoint, oral presentation, web page, blog, wiki, and other social media projects. Quick Links to Rubrics Social Media Project Rubrics Wiki Rubric Criteria for assessing individual and group Wiki contributions. Blog Rubric Assess individual blog entries, including comments on peers' blogs. Twitter Rubric Assess learning during social networking instructional assignments. Teacher Created Rubrics for Assessment - Online Professional Dev
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