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All Blog Posts Tagged 'media' (10)

Looking for education leaders who use Social Media

Two graduate students at the Harvard Graduate School of Education are exploring the use of social media by school leaders to build relationships within their school community as well as to deepen and extend their connections to other leaders outside of their school community.  We are looking for school leaders who would be willing to share their use of social media and their participation in communities of practice. Would you be willing to have a 15-20 minute conversation with us? Please…


Added by Heidi Larson on November 16, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

Brief discussion about new media and education

In today´s society it is impossible to think about life without the influence of technology. We live in the age of digital culture, and are connected by many different types of devices, such as mobile phones, computers, television and an increasing range of new products; I could go on and on.  However this begs the question: what is the impact of this new era in our life style? What changes will result from our…


Added by Carolina Prestes Yirula on November 14, 2011 at 12:42pm — No Comments

'Your country'-What do we know? Global Project Open & using social media

Students 13 years and over want to learn more about your country first hand by working with your students. 'What do we know' global project is now open for classes - students use social media to actively participate and learn from each other.

So far we have:

Australia - What do we know? at

Romania - What do we know? at…


Added by Gail Casey on November 7, 2011 at 4:33pm — No Comments

Digital Badges for 21st Century Learning

Over the past few years, a new approach to signaling individual skills and competencies has emerged the cutting edge of the education sector. Badges, already used successfully in games, social networking sites and youth development groups such as the Girl Scouts and 4-H, are now being developed in digital form to represent the wide range of non-traditional learning experiences critical to success in a global society.

Digital badges can showcase learning that takes place outside of…


Added by Julie Newport on November 7, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

'How I spend my time' global project using social media and spreadsheets

Next global project ready to begin - The Webtowhere project -

My students, from Australia, have just started to collect

data on how they spend their time each day – they can estimate this if

necessary. Let your students compare how they spend their time with my students.

Get your students involved - allow them to combine social media and…


Added by Gail Casey on October 26, 2011 at 11:55pm — 2 Comments

What's in your students closets? Students discussion together via social media

My students have started to make groups. They can be so clever at times - check out one student group at

My students are still waiting for others around the world to join them. They don't understand that their closet could be different to closets of others depending on where they live. They find it…


Added by Gail Casey on October 13, 2011 at 10:32pm — No Comments

Interactive Intercultural Multimedia Educational Technology

With equipment for filming, animation, radio and multimedia presentation we are going to discovery 7000 years of History!

Venue: Serbia

Time: 2nd to 10th of May 2011 (8 days)

Participants: High School Students (14 to 19 years old) and

Teachers interested to implement media literacy and media education in curriculum

Media Educators of the Media Education Centre (Belgrade, Serbia) and High Mowing School,…


Added by Miomir Rajcevic on March 5, 2011 at 2:42am — No Comments

Film is the Language

I am just from Interactive Intercultural Educational Workshop from Tehran, Iran. We have worked in Animation film with teachers and students (12 to 17 years old). It is implementation of our Educational project in Media Literacy! You can see some films made during this workshop at our youtube at

Added by Miomir Rajcevic on February 24, 2010 at 1:00am — 1 Comment

Little basic information about Media Education Centre

The Media Education Centre (MEC) for children and youth is founded 1993 as no-political, no-profit NGO, gathering civilest willing to work for aims of scientific and professional researches about influence and use of media in non-formal education of children, young people, educators and all other interested people through media literacy, and in accordance with human and children rights on access to information, rights to preservation of cultural, national and religious diversity and the right… Continue

Added by Miomir Rajcevic on November 28, 2009 at 3:13am — No Comments

A Vision of Students Today

Please excuse cross-postings, but I love this video, created by Kansas State University students. You can view it at:

Added by Linda Wallin on March 6, 2008 at 7:05pm — No Comments

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