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CONGRESOS ACADÉMICOS del Prog. Sci-Co - Mentor
de la Universidad de Naciones UNU-ViE (Chile)
a través de Internet
Qué son estos…Continue
Added by UNU VIE CHILE on October 27, 2011 at 9:16am — No Comments
Next global project ready to begin - The Webtowhere project - http://webtowhere.ning.com/group/time-lets-compare
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…Continue
Added by Dra. Nayda E. Morales Díaz on October 25, 2011 at 8:23pm — No Comments
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Glad to get the chance to hang with y'all *:-) Been doing iMoots and AP Conferences, but looking forward to the upcoming, lengthy, seemingly less formal exchanges planned for GEC. Onward!
Mentoring young learners to connect and collaborate in a world of exciting opportunities. This is my subject at the Global Education Conference. Look forward to the thrill of networking with so many digital leaders..
Added by Sebastian Panakal on October 22, 2011 at 7:41pm — No Comments
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He trabajado en un proyecto sobre tecnología educativa en México por poco más de año y medio. La experiencia ha sido un vaivén entre aprender y entender los grandes retos a los que se enfrentan los docentes, y discutir con ellos si es posible hacer las cosas de manera diferente a cómo las hemos hecho siempre.
Una de las demandas más importantes de los maestros en…Continue
Added by Rob Sbaglia on October 18, 2011 at 6:18am — No Comments
La pasión por el aprendizaje ha sido el tema de un proyecto para 4º de ESO en el último año de ARTES PAI. Al término de la tarea han mandado sus trabajos a la conferencia TED Youth Madrid y algunos han sido seleccionados. Sus vídeos se pueden ver en el siguiente link:
Added by Anabel Sánchez on October 17, 2011 at 2:31pm — No Comments
About 273,032 candidates have today started the Ordinary level examinations this year. Of these, 107,977 candidates are under universal secondary education. There will also be 977 candidates from South Sudan sitting at 19 centres. Their examinations will be taken on the same dates of UCE examinations in Uganda.
Thousands of students could miss their S.4 exams after private schools implementing government’s free secondary education warned that they will…
Added by Hillary on October 17, 2011 at 5:11am — No Comments
...como consejeros/as escolares podemos contribuir a fomentar en nuestros/as estudiantes la Lectura...Así que...
Added by Dra. Nayda E. Morales Díaz on October 16, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments
Karsıyaka Anatolian High School students and teachers have been doing student centred ,collaborative iEARN projects for more than three years.They have a lot of collaboraions with friends around the world.Those projects help our students,
*communicate with their peers around the world,
*practise their language skills,
*exchange ideas and share experiences,
*become more globally aware citizens,
*learn about a culture through video conferences of forum…Continue
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My students have started to make groups. They can be so clever at times - check out one student group at http://webtowhere.ning.com/group/the-big-happy-closet-thingy-majigy?xg_source=activity
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…Continue
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