Special Guest: Krissy Venosdale of Venspired


Our special guest for this chat was Krissy Venosdale, aka @venspired. Known throughout the online educational community for her inspirational posters, Krissy is also the administrator at a Texas school for gifted children, past gifted education teacher, mother and future teacher in space. Krissy @venspired will be presenting at this year. Her topic will be Global Connections for Gifted Learners. 

In her own words, “I was a gifted kid that grew up to teach gifted kids. I’ve taught cluster grouping with elementary kids. I’ve also taught a pull out gifted program for several years. But now? I am a director at a gifted school @Rainard_School. I love I have a job where I get to spend days living out true passions… providing challenge & creative learning experiences.There have been many days, when I was the only gifted ed teacher in my school, got me through!” A full transcript may be found here.


Google Hangouts Guide for Teachers


Venspired’s Facebook Page


Today’s Meet


What’s the Hype with Skype?” from @venspired

Open the Door to the World” from @venspired

The Kids that Launched a Project

Cybraryman’s Ed Hashtags Page

Cybraryman’s Google Hangouts Page

Cybraryman’s Skype Page

Cybraryman’s Edmodo Page

Skype Classroom

Cybraryman’s Blogs Page

Great Day to Learn Kidvote

Mystery Skype from Venspired

Cybraryman’s Mystery Location Call Page for Skype or Google Hangouts

Posted on October 20, 2013, in Creative Thinking, Education, gifted education, Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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