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Nov 17, 2010
ingrid pruss left a comment for Karen Finter
"Thank you, Karen; you are right! It was voicethread. I appreciate your remembering a lot; sorry my response is so delayed, but I want to acknowledge my appreciation!"
Jul 26, 2010
Karen Finter left a comment for ingrid pruss
"It sounds like Voicethread. http://voicethread.com/"
May 19, 2010
Ryan Goble left a comment for ingrid pruss
"Ingrid, You'll have to forgive my senility - was it a discussion we were having in a group? If that was the case your personal page should have an archive of our past discussions - with some more details I'm sure I can help! RRG:)"
May 10, 2010
ingrid pruss left a comment for Ryan Goble
"Hi Ryan, Could you please send me a link to the program you once spoke about on one of the groups (I cannot recall which one) whereby I can use a still work of art and students can respond by writing on it, recording their voice, or linking to other…"
May 9, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Feathers & Fashion: I'd be interested in knowing more about the use of feathers in fashion across cultures and time in the group Fashion & Education
"I am not sure I understand what you mean regarding color; I'd like you to write more about that so I can understand what you mean, but I think you're on to something regarding softness and the way men associate delicate and soft things…"
Apr 20, 2010
Jacqueline Green replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Feathers & Fashion: I'd be interested in knowing more about the use of feathers in fashion across cultures and time in the group Fashion & Education
"I'm not sure where you can take this idea, but perhaps there may be a connection to color. What color (s )do females find most appealing? Is this the same for birds and other animals? Also, I think some people may see birds/feathers as delicate…"
Apr 19, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion QUESTION: How do you teach about emotionally charged historical events? in the group US History
"Thanks for letting us know about your book, Chris. It's always great to support one of our member's work! Yes, it is important that our students learn that lynching is about people taking justice into their own hands in a vigilanti-esque…"
Apr 5, 2010
Chris Crowe replied to ingrid pruss's discussion QUESTION: How do you teach about emotionally charged historical events? in the group US History
"I'd suggest using Thurgood Marshall as a centerpiece for much of this discussion. You can find some good documentaries about him and a shelf full of books (including one by me). Marshall didn't deal directory with Reconstruction, of…"
Apr 5, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"A wonderful grouping. Could you comment on your view of the phrase "Strange fruit"? I know the history of the song and its Jewish schoolteacher composer of the lyrics, etc. but I have a great deal of difficulty with the metaphor itself,…"
Apr 3, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"Debra, This is exactly what I am looking for, particularly the story of Angela Whitaker. What a wonderful story about race and class, and what a tribute!!! An outstanding positive example!!! Just what I need. Thank you so much for contributing…"
Apr 3, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"This article is so perfect and so humbling! Thank you, Ryan. Why is this information missing from our world history books???!!!!"
Apr 3, 2010
Ryan Goble replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"You might also use this NYT article to further complexify the constructs of race.. Who’s White?"
Apr 2, 2010
Ryan Goble replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"Ingrid - see this old post for additional "Strange Fruit" resources - RESOURCES: American Studies + Popular Music"
Apr 2, 2010
ingrid pruss replied to ingrid pruss's discussion Teaching About Emotionally Charged Historical Events in the group US History
"Believe it or not, we don't have a separate program at ours!!!! I hope someone will come forward and offer some info on this ning! We have to have a member that has something to contribute about this."
Apr 1, 2010

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What is your connection to education?
Post-Secondary Teacher
What subjects do you teach / specialize in?
English
What 5 essential pop culture artifacts (CDs, DVDs, Books, Images, Toys, etc.) would you have on your desert island?
Droid Phone (developer model)
Laptop/DVD player with Documentaries of Bill T. Jones Complete Danceworks and everything about Frida Kahlo, and the film Dangerous Beauty.
Bible, Spenser's Faerie Queene, Sonicare toothbrush and charger

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At 10:34am on May 19, 2010, Karen Finter said…
It sounds like Voicethread. http://voicethread.com/
At 12:01pm on May 10, 2010, Ryan Goble said…
Ingrid,

You'll have to forgive my senility - was it a discussion we were having in a group? If that was the case your personal page should have an archive of our past discussions - with some more details I'm sure I can help!

RRG:)
 
 
 

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