Added by Zineb DJOUB on June 20, 2016 at 9:34am — No Comments
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
Added by Richard Close on February 13, 2016 at 4:52pm — No Comments
Added by Hazar Yildirim on February 5, 2015 at 1:08pm — No Comments
Thank you to the organizers of Global Education Conference especially Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon for the hard work and dedication. Thank you to sponsors for making it possible and accessible to educators across the globe.
We all know that it takes time and effort to keep alive and spread the…Continue
Added by Lucie Mingla on November 24, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
The world of the week for GEC-was, and will forever be, GLOBAL. What an Exciting,…Continue
Added by Barbara Cotter on November 21, 2014 at 8:22am — No Comments
Our August residency is open to 10 people who are interested in cultural exchange and collaboration with African artists.
Participants will live…Continue
Added by Ellie Schimelman on December 6, 2014 at 12:49pm — No Comments
The recent Global Education Conference (totally online for 5 full days, totally free) had a number of student-led and student-centred presentations. What a great experience for these students to present to a global audience, and what a unique opportunity for the audience to hear from the students about their global…Continue
Getting into the Global Education Conference sessions.
If you have problems they may be due to the following (try these in this order)
Added by Anne Mirtschin on November 18, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments
The Global Education Conference is next week, November 17-21, 2014.
Right now (less then 3 days before starting) we have:
Added by Julie Lindsay on November 14, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments
This question is often raised. The 'collective' or 'networked' brain is a powerful element but when it is a 'global' brain even more so. A full range of perceptions, experiences and thoughts can be brain stormed, discussed and shared and provide an amazing resource. The following question was raised at the 2013 conference by Steve Hargadon and look at the amazing responses from the global brain! Participants in this session brainstormed on the whiteboard and the chat.
Added by Anne Mirtschin on June 14, 2014 at 5:29pm — No Comments
Over 900 high school students from the U.S., Canada, and abroad took part in the “World of 7 Billion” video contest hosted by the Education Program at Population Connection. Students were challenged to create a 60 second video that illustrates the connection between world population at 7 billion and one of three topics: climate change, global poverty, and water sustainability. Videos went through three rounds of judging with the final round being determined by a panel of volunteer judges –…Continue
Added by Amanda Frank on May 9, 2014 at 9:07am — No Comments
Administrator: Grazina Likpetriene (Radviliskis Art school (Lithuania)
Co-Presenter Names: Vladimir Mosijenko (Slovakia),Tanja Gvozdeva (Latvia), Larisa Tichonova (Lithuania)
Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Europa
Language in Which You Will Present: Russian, English
Target Audience(s): Administrators interested in school…
Added by Vladimir Mosijenko on April 27, 2014 at 2:44am — No Comments
Administrator: Grazina Likpetriene (Radviliskis Art school, Lithuania)
Co-presenter: Vladimír Mosijenko ( ZŠ Pri Podlužianke 6, Levice, Slovakia)
1. My school and best school sport team (volleyball) (fragment of school anthem in lithuanian)
Presenter: Rusnė Stumbraitė (Pupils aged 15-17 years old)
2. We love sports and dancing (ppt.…Continue
I was very much impressed with the presentation by Kelly Mendoza on 28th March through online
School Leadership Summit 2014 - about the Digital Citizenship Resources for K-12 available through http://www.commonsensemedia.org . I went through this site explored and found it is really useful for the present generation and they made ever useful required material available for educators parents and students.
I want to…Continue
Added by Ravuru Paul on March 31, 2014 at 7:51pm — No Comments
Summer holidays and camping with family prevented me from attending any of the three google hangouts that Lucy Gray cofounder of the Global Education Conferences held. I shall share my reflections from the "land down under" (Australia) are as follows!
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Missing this event , you are missing the train of change. I have been attending GECs for about three years. Every single moment I spent in those informative sessions was priceless. For me, GEC is an open opportunity to develop professionally, to share ideas and to meet professionals from whom we have a learnt. Once you attend the first session, you become GEC-holic. After last year 's conference, I have shared what I have learnt with my colleagues and put into practice a number of new…Continue
Added by Marouane El Baida on December 5, 2013 at 5:41pm — No Comments
This article by Pauline Rose highlights the crisis situation of Nigerian education with regards to EFA goals. In it, we see that with 10.5 million children out of school, Nigeria has more children out of school than any country in the world. Within a decade (2000-2010), Nigeria has 3.6 million more children out of school. The crisis is not only one of access, but…Continue