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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Tuesday's PowerPoint (K-6 Teachers)

For those who have downloaded and viewed Tuesday's PowerPoint on Think Central, you probably noticed some slides that we did not cover. They were the slides following "Next Steps."

In a world where more and more is available to us in a digital fashion, the need to be able to organize digital data efficiently grows exponentially. The slides that follow the "Next Steps" slide will seem a bit complex to most at this point. For some who are very comfortable with technology, you may well be ready to tackle something like this.

At this point, I simply want to give you a glimpse at what you could have--one chart that puts you a click away from any of your digital resources related to reading (and we could do the same thing with any subject). Furthermore, a chart like that could be built by multiple people and viewed by anyone.



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