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Getting Schooled

Today, I'm taking part in  a discussion hosted by America Tonight, which has launched a special series, “Getting Schooled,” about the challenges in our education system, and what it would take to improve it. Every night, Monday to Friday, they share a new report looking at everything from the parents who risk jail time to send their children to better schools in Read full article »

How to Implement Problem Based Learning with ICTs

Part of the Effective Technology Integration Category "All kids need is a little help, a little hope and somebody who believes in them." -Earvin Magic Johnson Kids and teens worldwide are currently using social media and ICTs to become heroes and solve real world problems. You can read about a few in this post, 10+ Kids Transforming the World Through Social Media. Read full article »

Someone Once Told Me by Mallory Fundora

Guest Post: Someone Once Told Me by Mallory Fundora Mallory Fundora, was one of the youngest keynotes at the Reform Symposium E-Conference this past weekend. She is the 13 year old founder of Project Yesu, an organization that focuses on orphan/vulnerable children and women in Uganda. Through Project Yesu, Mallory is providing food, medicine and education to children in Uganda. Below is Read full article »

Idea Makers, Creators, and Nurturers

"An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself." - Charles Dickens My bestfriend touched my heart with a beautiful experience she shared with me. It’s her son’s birthday. She told me how many people don’t realize that for her it’s a sentimental time because it takes her back to when she carried him in Read full article »

Surviving the 1st Month of School: 10+ Tips & Resources

I have been teaching since 1994 in Texas, Germany, Greece, and many other places worldwide. This means I've often met new learners of various ages (from 2 to 80 years-old) in various classroom settings and situations. I don't think I will ever get comfortable with meeting new learners, because each year my learners come with new challenges and personalities. About Read full article »

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