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Wednesday, July 27 • 10:15am - 11:30am
Make Your Mark and See Where it Takes You

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Celebrating 25 years in educational technology, New York Times Best Selling Illustrator, Peter H. Reynolds, children’s advocate, author, illustrator, and successful entrepreneur, will share his uplifting vision how to inspire more creative classrooms and share his knowledge and love of the written word. 

 

Hear about Peter’s six essentials to foster creativity and innovation in the classroom.  See how technology allows one to make new connections, share new ideas, and see what else is possible.

 

His message is served up in a delightful, touching and unforgettable style which is an entertaining blend of...his fanciful art work, live animation and a reading of one his books, The Dot, The North Star, or Ish.  Peter will also share his latest DVD, Stories That Matter, Stories That Move along with his heart-warming tales of how creative educators dared him to make his mark.

 

Peter’s words, illustrations, animations and actions remind us to:

  • Be Brave,
  • Be Original,
  • Be Inspirational,
  • Be Inspired,
  • Be Active,
  • Make it a Meaningful Journey

 


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FableVision Learning ~ Gold Sponsor

Founder/CEO FableVision and FableVision Learning, FableVision and FableVision Learning
About Peter H. Reynolds | | Peter H. Reynolds (www.peterhreynolds.com) is a NY Times best-selling author and illustrator, creativity advocate, and founder of FableVision (www.fablevision.com), an award-winning educational multimedia development company co-located at the Boston Children's Museum, as well as FableVision Learning, a K12 educational media & technology publisher based in Dedham, MA. Reynolds’ goal is “to help children... Read More →


Wednesday July 27, 2011 10:15am - 11:30am
Georgian - 2nd Floor