Clif Mims
  • Male
  • Memphis, TN
  • United States

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Clif Mims

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About Me
Teacher, researcher, speaker and educational consultant specializing in the effective integration of technology with teaching and learning.

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Clif's Notes

This Will Make You Smile (Video)

Dance group, Autism with Attitude, will brighten your day. Enjoy the video below. Image Source: Newsner

Creativity is not Canceled

“During this time of social distancing it is important to remember that creativity has not been canceled. We all can benefit from engaging into creative activities that stretch us and force us to look at our world and situation from another angle” (source). What does creativity look like in the current world of quarantines and … Continue reading Creativity is not Canceled

Free Summer PD

The Global EdTech Academy is offering “free, universal access to an entire suite of live and recorded EdTech resources, Master Class sessions, and Office Hours” (source). The EdTech sessions include tons of webinars from education’s most popular voices such as Matt Miller, Ken Shelton, Holly Clark, Micheal Cohen (the Tech Rabbi), and more. The sessions … Continue reading Free Summer PD

Virtual Brain Breaks

In our current virtual learning environment, educators are feeling the need to ensure students are learning by filling their day with back to back activities. Taking breaks prevents the brain from becoming overloaded and gives time for information to process (source). This idea is not new to the education world but it might be helpful … Continue reading Virtual Brain Breaks

Maintain Healthy Relationships with Students Virtually

In our virtual yet isolated current environment, it is important to continue maintaining healthy relationships with students. “When kids spend their daytime hours in safe, supportive schools where adults work every day to build strong relationships with every student, they are simply better, more engaged learners” (source). Yet, how do educators continue to build strong … Continue reading Maintain Healthy Relationships with Students Virtually

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At 4:11pm on May 23, 2008, Kymberli Mulford said…
Since Twitter's down (again) I'll mention here that I added a couple of items to your WetPaint wiki for Teaching Copyright. (Probably should have just put my name in the Edit Notes, but I thought of that too late.) Intellectual Property is a dear subject to me, as I have a teen composer who grapples with this issue. Will Richardson cites the Radiohead case, but that doesn't work if you are young and unknown. Anyway, it's a topic of fascination for me, so I really appreciate the fact that you have put together a space to share resources about it.
At 8:23pm on March 12, 2008, Anna said…
Another new adventure. Thank you.
At 11:53pm on March 4, 2008, Carolyn Wilson Koerschen said…
Thanks for the comment. Yes, the video is on YouTube.
At 3:35pm on November 30, 2007, Julie Moore said…
Saw the badge on your blog ... looking forward to checking this out. Thanks, Clif!


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