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"Internet Methods and Resources for African Educators & Community Leaders"

The Q&A and other material from this session will be used in my GEC conference. This is live training session for small Uganda Schools you are welcome to sit in on.

"Internet Methods and Resources for African Educators & Community Leaders"

This webinar will provide educators and leaders with classroom methods, resources and simple techniques about how to find and use global educational resources. We will illustrate how Internet resources have transformed African youth and the role African teachers have in their communities. We will also show how we can move from educating people for jobs into a new engaged generation that “creates” jobs. 

Oct 6, 2012 3:30 PM (Kampala, Uganda)
Duration: 1 hour

Space is limited.

Reserve your Webinar Seat Now at:

Requirements: No technical background is needed, we will explain how Internet “resources” and “collaboration” provides global advice and resources to transform Uganda.
You will learn how to:

  • Find lessons with free content.
  • Make simple charts showing how to use web content in a lesson.
  • Help run community Project Based Learning to teach the community at the same time.
  • Find lesson content with only a few dollars a month, such as a cyber library with 10,000 educational web sites as textbooks.
  • Help youth to move from “education for jobs” into learning how into “training of to create new jobs.”
  • Train youth in using digital storytelling that can educate a community about how to change their town into a more productive and ethical place.
  • Find education experts and improve your teaching skills.

What you will receive:

  • Access to the “I am the story…” social community with: personal web pages with blogs, showcase for videos and pictures, the ability to make groups and a YouTube channel with stories.
  • Access to Certification program for Digital Storytelling centers and individuals.
  • Build your own Internet groups with blogs.
  • Certificates for completed stories.
  • Downloadable training materials.
  • Recorded link to the webinar.

Speaker Bio:Richard Close, CEO-Servant, Chrysalis Campaign NGO that develops poverty learning centers, "I am Africa. This is my story..." portal with UNESCO and developer of the Global Learning Framework. Richard is an international speaker, developer of the Global Learning Framework and consultant to the learning industry for 20 years.

Training materials in "I am the story..." social network web site: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com

Co-Presenter Uganda Team:

Pastor Hassan Mubiru
Disciples Christian Fellowship
Mityana, Uganda-East Africa
eMail : openheartnpv@gmail.com
Website: http://dcfuganda.org/


Event Sponsor www.BASCOM.com

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Comment by Angule Gabriel on November 13, 2012 at 1:47am

Hope to take part

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