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Your Name and Title:Jim Harmon, English Teacher School, Library, or Organization Name:Euclid City Schools Co-Presenter Name(s):N/A Country from Which You Will Present:USA Language in Which You Will Present:English Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.):Middle & High School Stakeholders, including teachers, administrations, board of education members, etc.) Short Session Description (one line):Through Students' Eyes is a global…See More
The International Society for Technology in Education conference takes place this June in Philadelphia, PA, USA. We will be holding a Global Learning Day on Sunday, June 28th from 2 PM - 5 PM in the Philadelphia Convention Center. Please join this group if you would like to be involved with this unconference meet up.This is not our virtual online conference that we hold every November. This is a face-to-face meeting for globally minded educators to network, share ideas and plan for possible…See More
I often conduct workshops and presentations for educators looking to go global. This group is for those attendees, and also for those GEC members who are not in attendance, but are looking to develop project partnerships. See More
TEDxNYED, an all-day conference focusing on empowering innovation in education, is being held in New York City on Saturday, March 5, 2011.The first four talks at this event will focus on global education. Alan November, Homa Tavangar, Lucy Gray, and John Ellrodt and Maria Fico are featured during this particular section of the event. The event is sold out, but it will be streaming online starting at 10 AM ET (GMT-5) until 5 PM ET. Check the TEDxNYED web site for information on the live video…See More
It's been a long, strange trip, and I think even those who believe most in me, my family, are still pinching themselves as to the reality of my career choice. However, I believe that being a student who struggled to make education a priority in high school serves me well as a high school English teacher. I've worked in several school districts in differing capacities, but I believe my place is in the classroom: it's where I can make the most difference and work collaboratively for change with my peers.
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