I was recently nominated for The Nobel Peace Prize for 2008.
I have my own show on MNN public access TV. I can be found in
most Who's Who including Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who Among Teachers and Educators,
Who's Who in American Education and others. I have created over 100 new and different formulae, practices and theories in order to improve education worldwide. I have met and had
communications with the Leadership Chair of UNESCO.
I participated in an event that was held in Oxford University.
I have had dinner in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing
through official invitation where I met the Minister of Education. I have had conversations with Dr. Khalid Touqan, the Minister of Education of Jordan. I have had a private tour
of Akademgorodok, a previously secret research facility in Siberia, Russia. I have met and had conversations with various officials through other conferences and forums I attended. I have been qualified on various disciplines
and practices by various official agencies. I am also
a Director of Global Education through the International Agency for Economic Development (IAED). I also have an article published on Google Knowledge.
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I am currently involved with the improvement of college administration practices using ' Compassion ' as a required
standard for administrators. I am also involved with general
pedagogical practices around the world. I have been to over
7 countries. I will be preparing a video documentary of Plato
as he was the first college administrator in the world.
Favorite Education Resources:
Ministry of Education Websites, UN Documents
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My session will be on the relationship between Adult Learning, poverty and African youth. We will base this on our UNESCO PPN Internet Project for African youth call "I am Africa, This is my story..."http://I-am-the-story.ning.com. This had some very interesting outcomes.
Glad you could join us here and thank you for your kind words. Please spread the word about this site, so that educators can make the connections that are necessary to bring our kids together through collaborative projects!
Tell us more about your work, too, at our February online meetings. Possibly you could join one of the meetings and talk about your work as an UN Advisor of Global Education.