Thank you everyone for attending my presentation "Connecting to Real World Problems with Google Earth". If you missed the link to my presentation slides, you can find it here: http://goo.gl/1yz1a
Added by Thomas Petra on November 16, 2011 at 7:41pm — No Comments
I just attended the iEarn Adobe Youth Voices session - highlighting voices from US, Brazil, Romania, South Africa & Uganda. I think empowering kids to share their voices and ideas for changing the world is one of the most important things we can do for them.
It was so interesting to hear perspectives from other countries, especially somewhere like Romania…Continue
Hi, I just made a huge discovery. If you are looking for the time of a certain presenter, you can use the search feature in Google calendar. This is assuming you've loaded the conference schedule into your Google calendar. Type the person's name in the Search box and you'll find the event time for your time zone. I'm kicking myself that I didn't think of this earlier. Perhaps there are others out there searching for presentation times like me.
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The traditional view of teaching and learning places the tutor at the centre of all knowledge distribution, with the students accepting all that is said and done passively, as is found in the traditional lecture. The tutor owns the learning; the students do not. If the students go and investigate the information further that is up to them but they view the tutor as the first point of all information…Continue
Added by Alexander Darracott MSc on November 15, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Digital Badge System Models and Design
Webinar: Nov. 16, 3:00 to 3:50 PM EST
The HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation’s Badges for Lifelong Learning Competition, launched in collaboration with the Mozilla Foundation, focuses on badges as a means to inspire learning, confirm accomplishment, or validate the acquisition of knowledge or skills.
During this live webinar for prospective applicants to the 2nd stage of the competition, we will delve deeper into the badge…Continue
I didn't really know what to expect from this conference, but now I think I'm one of the luckiest people on the planet to have found out about it and then actually decided to participate. You know the old adage, "you get what you pay for", which follows closely on the heels of "nothing in life is free". What you pay for this conference is time and what you get are an amazing array of ideas, tools and contacts. But there is another cost as well and that's the cost of knowledge - of learning…Continue
Added by Kim Wilkens on November 14, 2011 at 7:06pm — No Comments
While the old guard of indexed based hierarchical industrial based classrooms keep perseverating on testing and structured curriculum, the vast world outside of the colonial classroom learns via relational collaborative Internet that test by the impact ideas and knowledge have on the real world.
While Dewey and democratic learning are the reality of how we learn and leverage the global Internet for each moment living on our planet.
Are the curriculum and methods of STEM, SCORM,…Continue
Added by Richard Close on November 14, 2011 at 6:43pm — No Comments
The opening keynote presentation was very useful in provoking thoughts and debate regarding who owns learning. This question is important particularly in higher education, where students are encouraged to manage their own learning. Online technologies have enabled learner participation to progress from passive to immersive. Technologies have allowed students to collaborate, interact and communicate with other students that is not determined through location or the time that they…Continue
Added by Alexander Darracott MSc on November 14, 2011 at 3:47pm — No Comments
El propósito de este blog es compartir información gratis de recursos web que los profesores puedan usar en sus clases.
The purpose of this blog is to share free resources that teachers can use in their classrooms.
In today´s society it is impossible to think about life without the influence of technology. We live in the age of digital culture, and are connected by many different types of devices, such as mobile phones, computers, television and an increasing range of new products; I could go on and on. However this begs the question: what is the impact of this new era in our life style? What changes will result from our…Continue
Added by Carolina Prestes Yirula on November 14, 2011 at 11:42am — No Comments
I'm flipping out, but in a good way, over Alan November's keynote - Leadership: Managing the Transition. Why am I so excited? He put into words what I have been feeling for some time about where education should be heading. Where's that? Alan November suggests that maybe "student knowledge is where the action is." Why's that? Alan found that every time he showed student tutorials to students and asked them what they thought, they say "our teachers know too much, our teachers explains…Continue
I made a web page for my 2011 Global Education presentation tomorrow:http://tinyurl.com/7zjanmt The conference is starting TODAY! My presentation will be tomorrow, Tuesday, the 15th. Here is a link to the the Blackboard Collaborate room the presentation will be in: CLICK HERE This is a special presentation for…Continue
Added by Mike McKay / Professor Merryman on November 14, 2011 at 6:10am — No Comments
In our Secundary School we are having and interesting educational experience.
There are some subjects, that are named ateliers, which are developed in one hour a week and have a constructive nature.
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What is interesting
Added by Francisco Orti Navarro on November 13, 2011 at 4:54pm — No Comments
What's under the paving stones of the educational curriculums?
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*Teaching makes you a good teacher.
Now I'm sure these people quoted in the article are very smart people, but I'm…Continue
Added by Rob Sbaglia on November 12, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
What do these three places have in common? At first glance, almost nothing - situated on three different continents, a small town and two large cities, three languages, two religions (at least)... yet all three schools share our Writers' club, and this week we at Castlemaine North Skyped with Lahore and Guadalajara as a way of introduction.…Continue
Added by Rob Sbaglia on November 11, 2011 at 9:27pm — No Comments
My good friend Lisette Casey and I will be presenting our Across Borders project at the Global Education Conference this coming week.
Here is a sneak peak of our session.
Across Borders: A Day in Our Lives
Across Borders: Students from two hemispheres working together, getting to know each other and learning that they are not that different from each other after all.…
Added by Jennifer Garcia on November 11, 2011 at 6:44pm — No Comments
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