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Congratulations for the great conference! I learned a lot. Thank You!
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I am a 4th grade teacher in Culver City, CA! I am looking to incorporate a more global perspective in my gold rush unit this year and am looking for any teacher(s) in Australia that are interested in collaborating around this historical topic!! I would love to see this become a compare/contrast style project with a good deal of interaction between students from both countries via video chats, blogging, etc. I was thinking of 4 topics for the students to explore:
1. Impact on the…
UNDESA – DSPD “Massive, Self-Sustainable Collaborative Learning” The 54th Session of the Commission for Social Development (CSocD54) Panel on Sustainable Education
This is a slightly extended version of Richard C Close sustainable education panel presentation that includes material that addresses questions received after the 10 minute panel…Continue
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NOW YOU HAVE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ALL ABOUT FINNISH Education and subscribe to http://bit.ly/EuneoscoursesNewsletter also EDUCATION in ESTONIA Erasmus+ Course ‘Best Practices Benchmarking’ with Finnish and Estonian schools http://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=147 .…Continue
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Most of us have probably noticed that modern kids are addicted to their smartphones. While we can fight it all we want, we should agree that we won’t win. Luckily, there is a way how we can use it in teaching. For those who are interested, below is a list of tips how we can use…Continue
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Globally competent individuals are interested in learning about the world and how it works.
Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World is intended for classroom teachers, administrators, informal educators, policy makers, community leaders, researchers, parents, students, and all other stakeholders interested in preparing our youth for the 21st century.
Becoming better at educating for global…Continue
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Getting ready for your first interview can make you feel nervous. Some might even think of skipping the interview simply because they are too afraid to face the interviewer.
What if they ask something I don’t know?
What if I say something wrong?
What if I say something that is really stupid?
It is possible that such questions might cloud your mind, but that doesn’t mean that you should be afraid. As an interviewee, even the interviewer might have been as afraid as…Continue
Added by Keneth Couture on October 30, 2015 at 4:59am — No Comments
Fundraising is one of the most challenging task for non profits. Most of the non profits use different conventional methods to collect fund from donor or individuals. Although Non Profits works for social cause but it is true that asking for donation is a little bit uncomfortable task. Especially it is hardly possible to convince the people to listen about the cause and make donation. It takes more time, cost and experienced professionals to do the task. For small Non Profits, it is almost…Continue
Added by Mohammad Shariful Alam on September 26, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
As my first blog, I am interested in connecting with teachers who would like their students to participate in a cultural exchange. My student are looking at the problems in the current public education system and making proposals on the local level to help better that system. As part of their research, they are being asked to do a smaller project called "A Day in the Life of a Student from..." As we are looking at many systems of education, we felt it important to go abroad for answers. I am…Continue
Added by Karen Hillier on September 16, 2015 at 4:06pm — No Comments
I am a member of a team that has developed a user-friendly, web-based recording and collaboration studio called Soundtrap. It has been appreciated by hundreds of schools around the world, for music education and production, for making podcasts etc
One reason for being popular, except that it is easy to use, is that it can be used for free. Most features, including a video chat, are available free of charge.
Thank you for inviting me. But I am not able to participate in GCE via Blackboard.
That is why I am submitting the link to my resource here, for those interested in Stalinism.
http://csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/father2/introduction.html <== Free online book "Hell on Earth"
Share it with all who might be interested.
Ludwik Kowalski, Ph.D. (see…Continue
Added by Ludwik Kowalski on August 24, 2015 at 12:44pm — No Comments
VIDEOCONFERENCIAS PRIMER SEMESTRE 2015!
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A research group, led by Dr. Curtis Bonk, from the School of Education at Indiana University is interested in learning about how primary and secondary teachers are using collaborative technologies in their instruction to address global and multicultural education. At this time, the research team is reaching out to educators involved in global education projects, resources, and initiatives like TakingITGlobal (TIG), iEARN, ePals,…Continue
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hi am mr.ram bhise assistant professor of communication skills working at saraswati college of engineering ,kharghar,new mumbai.i like the conference very much it was wonderful experience for me
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