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The Thumbs Up to " Global Project based learning and 21st century skills are dialectically connected"

I have attended "Global Project based learning and 21st century skills are dialectically connected" session which perfectly conducted by the dynamic teacher Samah ElJundi from Syria and her both brilliant students who seem to be promising leaders !!The three of them were so great and in harmony and they were full of enthusiasm,optimism and challenge to overcome and change the dire situation in Syria by their brilliant project !!!

I liked their topic of using their local history as a tool to unite the Syrian nation and bring it together. And their determination to catch up with the stable countries and keep education and students in Syria up to-date with technology.

It was really both super vibrant and inspiring session !!!

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Comment by Samah AlJundi on December 5, 2013 at 3:51am

We are what we value...we believe that understanding history will shape out present and future.

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