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Global Project Based Learning and 21st Century Skills are dialectically Connected

 

Your Name and Title: Samah AlJundi

School or Organization Name: iEARN Syria

Co-Presenter Name(s): Hiba Kheirbeik, Yousef AlHayek

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Syria

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): Teachers, Students, Educators and Administrators

Short Session Description (one line): Project Based Learning and 21 century skills are the Syrian students' tools to send their voice to the world, enhance C4 and think RED

Full Session Description (as long as you would like): To be a global citizen, one needs more than thinking skills and academic content knowledge. Actually, cross-culture skills, flexibility, team spirit, tolerance, leadership and self-direction skills are required in today’s life and work environment. The above mentioned skills can not be found in textbooks or be taught among the four wall class.

This proposal is of interest because it shows the Syrian collaborative experience to enhance students’ 21st century skills and how they could make a good use of technology and the media-driven environment to let their voice heard overseas through their project- Case Study  

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: https://www.facebook.com/IearnSyria?ref=hl

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Hi Dear Samah,

I believe you are a great leader for a great group of teachers .

Best wishes with your presentation!

Amal From Egypt

Dear Amal,

Your words are highly appreciated... Yes the Syrian teachers and youth workers are highly motivated. The Syrian students are another story!! They lift my soul high when I am working with them

Best regards from the cradle of Alphabet, Lattakia

Samah AlJundi, iEARN Syria - SYC

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