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Low Tech issues
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucy Gray on Sunday.

Presentation
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucy Gray on Sunday.

Early Reading In Rwanda
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucy Gray Nov 12.

 

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Lucy Gray replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Presentation
"I believe this was covered in the training. Have you read the material here: http://learningrevolution.com/page/conference-2-0-training For tech questions, email Steve at hargadon@gmail or post in the presenter's group."
Sunday
Lucy Gray replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Low Tech issues
"Robert, please email Steve with any tech questions. He is checking email and is not looking at the discussion forum on a regular basis as he's managing the tech end of things. His email is hargadon@gmail.com.  "
Sunday
Robert Zenhausern posted discussions
Saturday
Robert Zenhausern left a comment for Howard Blumenthal
"Where in the world is carmen sandiego?  A voice from the past.  Good to meet you.  I work with grassroots schools in Kenya and Uganda.  We can talk."
Friday
Steve Hargadon replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Training session
"Yes, it will be hard. Bb Collaborate does great with low-bandwidth and stability, but that means that screen-sharing is problematic. The training covers all that! Thanks!"
Nov 12
Lucy Gray replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Early Reading In Rwanda
"Deadline for proposals has passed. The original presenter for the version submitted has until tomorrow to edit it and submit it for review again "
Nov 12
Robert Zenhausern posted a discussion

Early Reading In Rwanda

Name: Pastor Jonas UWIMANASchool or Organization Name: Child Care AcademyPresenter name: Pastor Jonas UWIMANAArea of the world from which you will present: RwandaLanguage in which you will present: EnglishTarget Audience: Teachers and AdministratorsShort session:  The history of Education in Rwanda and the impact of Early ReadingLong: Since 1995, the Rwandan government has worked closely with local and international nongovernment organizations to provide services to children. Different…See More
Nov 12
Robert Zenhausern replied to Boss Isigi's discussion Speed Reading and Subitizing
"this has been updated"
Nov 9
Robert Zenhausern replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Training session
"Before the Blackboard training session, I was planning to share my screen and run power point on my pc. Is there a problem with that?  "
Nov 8
Steve Hargadon replied to Robert Zenhausern's discussion Training session
"Sorry about that! The link in the top menu is to the correct training page, which has the correct links. I've changed the menu on the side to have the correct link. "
Nov 5
Robert Zenhausern posted a discussion

Training session

I tried to follow the link in the Training page and the link did not work.  http://www.thetrainingroom.me led to "this site cannot be reached".  Is something broken or am I following the wrong link?See More
Nov 5
Robert Zenhausern replied to Kevin Fullbrook's discussion Making Mistakes Faster: A Design Thinking Approach
"I asked whether Kevin expected individual differences in thinking style and he hoped so.  I expect so.  Exploring different learning styles among countries adds an international flavor to the proposal and can be a real contribution to…"
Oct 23
Robert Zenhausern replied to Kevin Fullbrook's discussion Making Mistakes Faster: A Design Thinking Approach
"Are you expecting differences in thinking styles?"
Oct 22
Robert Zenhausern shared Poonam Sharma's discussion on Facebook
Oct 18
Robert Zenhausern replied to Jon Markowich's discussion Global Connections Through Social Media
"I see you are from Philadelphia and I am in New York and I do not know what a PLN is.  Others might have the same problem"
Oct 18
Robert Zenhausern left a comment for RUKUNDO ROBERT
"I am on the advisory board of gec and my region includes Uganda.  I would like to introduce you to the Enabling Support Foundation and the work we are doing.  I looked for Rukundo Robert at LinkedIn but I was second contact to 5 and did…"
Oct 12

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Title:
CEO
Location (City or Town):
United States
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I want to collaborate on internations internet projects and meet others with similar goals. I want to develop a cross cultural special education site.
I am a:
tech coordinator, tech director, administrator, non-profit employee, college or university professor, parent
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
K-12
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.enabling.org
Languages Spoken:
English
Favorite Education Resources:
www.educationalsynthesis.org
Twitter Name:
DigitalDRZ

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At 12:55am on October 15, 2011, Angule Gabriel said…

My Name is Angule Gabriel.

I teach High School mathematics and physics at Chavakali High School in Vihiga County of Kenya. I am the country Representative of iEARN and Coordinator of GTP in Kenya.

This year (2011) I was appointed an ICT in Education champion in Sabatia Constituency and District.   I work in partnership as a trainer of trainers with the ICT in Education team of the ministry of Education as I collaborate with other similar teachers in the other constituencies to design workable modalities effective use of ICT in Kenyan schools.

My role as an ICT champion is to:

  • Ensure purchase of the right equipment as per minimum specification given by the ICT Integration in Education team
  • Train teachers in the schools on ICT integration skills and resources development
  • Extend the ICT integration in education skills to other schools in and beyond the constituency
  • Innovatively design ICT in education activities for collaboration and partnerships
  • Follow up and make periodical ICT in education reports to the Ministry of Education that will enable an up to date record of E-readiness in our learning institutions
  • Avoid past incidences of e-waste or dumping
  • Outsourcing for ICT resource that enhance quality, open and continued education.

 

Working with you will strengthen my capacity to perform my duties which also include coordinating operations of iEARN

(http://www.iearn.org)

At 10:13am on October 25, 2010, Prof.Fani Bhusan Das said…
I have just returned from hospital.I am working in the field of PEACE for last more than two decades. But slow realisation is coming to me that hardly anyone is prepared to adopt PEACE POWER. Almost every one is for VIOLENT POWER not knowing that only PEACE POWER can conquer every thing in life and the world.For this my two books 1)Peace Technology2) Peace TimeCalendar are unwanted. That is why I want to sell the copyright of my two books.The life and world is miserable today because most of us depend on VIOLENT POWER.All these social networkings are virtual as PEACE POWER has not given its due position.
I think in this life I will not be able to influence the humanity to adopt PEACE POWER as a tool of growth and development.I propose to retire
At 10:14am on August 25, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Robert
would like to greet you and need to be your friend with interest with what we are doing in Eastern of D.R.Congo.

Samuel
At 1:37pm on June 17, 2010, Mary Risner said…
Hi, Robert,

I have a friend interested in exactly this area(special ed/cross-culture/technology). I will give him your contact info and website.
Mary
At 10:18am on August 31, 2009, Robert Zenhausern said…
I direct a non-profit with a mission to support persons with disability and K-12 education. Special education is at their intersection and of special interest. My organization is the Enabling Support Foundation We am working on two projects which I would like to present to you.

We are developing a site on comparative Special Education. What are differences throughout the world in how students with physical, sensory, and intellectual disabilities are treated? This project has just begun but there is a Cross Cultural center on the ESF website and a forum for its discussion.

The second project is student oriented. It is an examination of the mythologies, architecture, art and culture of ancient civilizations. It is not so much a project but a series of resources that can be used to create a multitude of projects. You can see these resources at http://teachersconnecting.com/?q=node/755

We welcome collaboration.
 
 
 

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