Timothy Gangwer
  • Austin, TX
  • United States

Timothy Gangwer's Friends

  • Lyn Dudark
  • valorie aletha mckamie
  • patsy smith
  • Terry Williford
  • Lyn McCelvey
  • Carol Ciampi
  • Rene Ibarra
  • Susan Pipich
  • Meg Ormiston
  • Susie Crowther
  • David Sibbet
  • Lisa Ulik
  • Maria Sepulveda
  • Abigail Grass
  • Avi Wasser

Timothy Gangwer's Discussions

Workshop Schedule

Started Jun 17, 2013

Gifts Received

Gift

Timothy Gangwer has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Timothy Gangwer's Page

Latest Activity

Timothy Gangwer posted blog posts
Feb 9
Timothy Gangwer posted a blog post

Why art needs to stay in class

Why art needs to stay in classSurya Praphulla Kumar JANUARY 19, 2018 14:37 ISTUPDATED: JANUARY 19, 2018 18:02 ISTThe Hindu WeekendA new arts conference will discuss its relevance in school, as it improves critical thinking, cognitive ability and concentration. Plus, four global cues we need to followAn art class is to relax, copy what’s on the blackboard and maybe get in a quiet gab. While we may wish this weren’t the case today, in most Indian schools, art education is still outdated. “The…See More
Jan 20
Timothy Gangwer posted a blog post

How Technology Can Help Students Succeed in Math

 How Technology Can Help Students Succeed in MathByRatisha-January 12, 2018… See More
Jan 13
Timothy Gangwer posted a blog post

Pong paddles and perception: Our actions influence what we see

Pong paddles and perception: Our actions influence what we seeA new study faces head-on the notion that previous experimental subjects have been victims of response biasDate:January 3, 2018Source:Colorado State UniversitySummary:Most people think of vision as simply a function of information the eye gathers. For cognitive psychologists vision is a little more complicated than that. One researcher now faces head-on the notion that her experimental subjects have been victims of a psychological…See More
Jan 4
Timothy Gangwer posted a blog post

Understanding The Power Of Visuals: The Advantages Of Visual Learning

Visual Learning: 6 Reasons Why Visuals Are The Most Powerful Aspect Of eLearningThe objective of an eLearning course is to make a strong impact on learners and facilitate learning. Visuals are an important aspect of an eLearning course that communicates the key concepts and engages learners throughout the course. The article explains visual learning and advantages of visual…See More
Dec 8, 2017
Timothy Gangwer posted blog posts
Nov 29, 2017
Timothy Gangwer posted blog posts
Nov 15, 2017
Timothy Gangwer posted a blog post

ICP And Huawei Begin A Global Visual Conversation Celebrating The Diversity Of Humanity

ICP And Huawei Begin A Global Visual Conversation Celebrating The Diversity Of HumanityPRESS RELEASE PR Newswire Oct. 26, 2017, 09:11 AMNEW YORK, Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Center of Photography (ICP), the world's leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture, today revealed its new cross-platform partnership with Huawei, the third largest smartphone brand in the world. This exciting collaboration celebrates the power of photography and is meant to engage…See More
Oct 27, 2017

Profile Information

Do you have a Website you'd like to recommend?
http://www.VisualTeachingAlliance.com
Professional Background
- Taught 10 years in the Houston Independent School District
- University Supervisor, University of Texas, Austin
- Certified National Diffusion Network Trainer, U.S. Department of Education
- Texas Association of Gifted & Talented approved trainer in the areas of the Nature and - Needs of G/T Learners; Creativity and Instructional Strategies and; the Differentiated Curriculum.
- Trained over 200,000 educators since 1986
- Author of Visual Impact, Visual Teaching: Using Images to Strengthen Learning - From Both Sides of the Desk: The Best Teacher I Never Had - American Holidaze, and coauthor of 7 books and numerous articles
- Coauthor of "English Works in America - EL Civics & ESL: Visual Communication Tools for Teachers
- National/International keynote speaker
- Former Visual Literacy Consultant to the Ministry of Education, Paris, France, Ministry of Education, Toranomon, Japan, Mediterranean Association of International Schools, Casablanca, Morocco and the Association of International Schools in Africa, Abidjan, Ivory Coast
- Served 3-year term on the Executive Board of Directors of the program: IMPACT II--The Teachers Network
- Award-winning songwriter with 10 published musical CDs
- Award-winning digital imagery artist, with published works in galleries, magazines and billboards
- Cover artist for the Association of Texas Professional Educators "ATPE News" magazine

Email: Timothy.Gangwer@gmail.com

www.VisualTeachingAlliance.com

Timothy Gangwer's Photos

Timothy Gangwer's Blog

Your brain decides the value of objects almost instantly, researchers say

Your brain decides the value of objects almost instantly, researchers say

  • Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found it takes 80 milliseconds after seeing an object to begin processing value.
  • Information goes first to the sensory cortex then flows to the frontal cortex, the place where decisions are…
Continue

Posted on February 9, 2018 at 8:54am

5 Risks Posed by the Increasing Misuse of Technology in Schools

5 Risks Posed by the Increasing Misuse of Technology in Schools

By Diane Ravitch Dec 29, 2017

At any given moment in the day, I am attached to my…

Continue

Posted on February 8, 2018 at 9:54am

Why art needs to stay in class

Why art needs to stay in class

Surya Praphulla Kumar JANUARY 19, 2018 14:37 IST

UPDATED: JANUARY 19, 2018 18:02 IST





The Hindu Weekend

A new arts conference will discuss its relevance in school, as it improves critical thinking, cognitive ability and concentration. Plus, four global cues we need to follow

An art class is to relax, copy what’s on the blackboard and maybe get in a quiet gab. While we may wish this weren’t the case today, in most Indian…

Continue

Posted on January 20, 2018 at 9:45am

How Technology Can Help Students Succeed in Math

 How Technology Can Help Students Succeed in Math



Continue

Posted on January 13, 2018 at 11:27am

Pong paddles and perception: Our actions influence what we see

Pong paddles and perception: Our actions influence what we see

A new study faces head-on the notion that previous experimental subjects have been victims of response bias

Date:
January 3, 2018
Source:
Colorado State University
Summary:
Most people think of vision as simply a function of…
Continue

Posted on January 4, 2018 at 8:51am

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of THE VISUAL TEACHING NETWORK to add comments!

Join THE VISUAL TEACHING NETWORK

At 1:46pm on September 28, 2009, Michael Fisher said…
Hi Tim, thanks for the welcome! How far is Houston from San Antonio? I'm coming down for ASCD in March--we should plan a Ning-Meet-Up! -Mike
At 10:02pm on January 11, 2009, Gale Jesi said…
Hi Tim,
Thanks for the Welcome. For some reason, there isn't a way to change the photo. I've tried everything. Could you be specific as to how I might change it? Thanks much!
Gale
At 1:48pm on December 22, 2008, Licett Perez said…
Wow I love it! Thank You for the invitation!
 
 
 

© 2018   Created by Timothy Gangwer.   Powered by

Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service