Presenter, attendee, and volunteer certificates are posted for those who requested them via our required form by our deadline of December 1, 2014. Here is the link: https://app.box.com/2014geccertificates.
The request process is now closed. If you did not submit a request or you did not follow directions precisely, then you will not receive a certificate. The deadline for requests was December 1, 2014. Try again next year! We will be moving to a digital badging system next year that will make it easier for participants to show evidence of their work within the Global Education Conference community.
Looks great. If you tag this also with 2014EFA it will pop up when people do a search for GCE-related sessions. I realize that the focus is on domestic education, but since you are part of GCE-US, I'm sure that some…"
One suggestion is that you take a look at iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) - http://us.iearn.org . They have several hundred projects underway in their global network. For Example, our organization is…"
"Hi Randy, Were you planning to showcase work that has been done or is being done by students in different countries using video collaboratively in projects? Like Lucy, I don't see the international component yet.
For those of us involved in the efforts to ensure that all young people worldwide get an education, we would be supportive of your proposal if the thrust was primarily looking at literacy and learning globally. Some would…"
Degrees in Asian History and political science from the University of Washington and Columbia University. Lived extensively in Seoul, Korea and Tokyo, Japan. Ran a worldwide youth exchange program for 11 years to enable young people to experience the world first-hand. Have been the Director of iEARN-USA for 17 years, bringing the world to US schools and after school programs through experiential online interactive learning.
Hello Lucy, I would like to congratulate you on creating a community of global educators. I hope that we can be supportive of these wonderful educators who want to integrate the world into their classes.