Homeschooling, Unschooling, & Free / Democratic / Non-traditional Learning
Global Education Conference Streaming Live Online
in partnership with Eighteenth Annual iEARN International Conference and Youth Summit
November 12 - 16, 2012
Added by Lisa Durff on July 14, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
There is always so much more to learn. Being a life long learner has taken on a much larger radius. I personally have learned so much from my Delicious account where I can view what others are learning. I will use this bookmarking site as a search engine on occasion. I have just recently participated in an open online free class from Stanford University. The possibilities for acquiring more technological information seems endless. I hope to learn more about Twitter in expanding my learning.…Continue
Added by Linda Lonergan on July 7, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
Summertime and the livin' is easy (easier). Sometimes I become a glutton for punishment and overload my commitments. This summer, I am using time to become a more connected educator and rid my computer of digital clutter. I am grateful for the opportunity to participate in the pre-game PLN course as well as the Digital Footprint Course through Student 2.0. In doing so I hope to get a better handle on the needs and potential of my students, make connections for future collaboration and…Continue
Added by Rita Sorrentino on July 6, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
I joined student 2.0 in order to participate in Digifoot. Steve Hargadon mentioned it in an email, and I like Steve's work, so I signed up. I need to get some sort of cohesive digital footprint together anyway, and maybe I can learn something with digifoot. Correction: I'm sure I can learn something, the question is, will I? I'm in an exploratory mood today, so it seems like I will (as long as this current exploratory moods lasts).
Our first task is to find a "home base" to…Continue
Added by Rebecca (Becky) Reid on July 6, 2012 at 12:11am — No Comments
XMind is very easy to use to create a mind map. Please see the one that I created to show you tissue culture technique.
Added by Ying Liu on July 5, 2012 at 1:42pm — No Comments
In France, Christmas is a party wonderful and very beautiful . Every persons and especially children are waiting this day who happens the night of 24th of December to 25th of December. The children wait that famous night by eating "a timetable forward." This is a calendar with a chocolate for every day.
The cities in this period are decorated with fairy lights. In some cities there is even a market of Christmas , these are small cottages with shops in the interior, most often…
Added by Mathilde Naudin on December 23, 2011 at 6:23pm — No Comments
Bonjour je m'appelle Paul, je suis né le 23/10/1996 j'ai donc 15 ans.Je suis petit, blond et j'ai les yeux bleus.J'ai un appareil dentaire depuis plus d'un mois. J'ai une soeur et un chien qui s'appelle Bounty. Je fais du tennis et de la musique (batterie) à Neufchâtel et je fais parti de l'harmonie Neufchâteloise qui organise des concerts et commémore les évènements historiques en défilant dans les rues avec les pompiers et les gendarmes.Je suis au lycée Georges Brassens en seconde…Continue
Added by Lequet Paul on November 22, 2011 at 10:24am — No Comments
Je m'appelle Anaïs Vallois. J'habite en Seine-Maritime, en France et je vais au lycée de Neufchâtel-en-Bray. Je suis née le 17 septembre et j'ai 15 ans. J'ai une soeur de 18 ans et un frère de 9 ans. J'ai les yeux bleus, les cheveux châtains et je ne suis pas très grande (environ 1m60!).
J'aime beaucoup faire des photos et j'écoute de la musique très souvent. J'aime aussi me promener dans de grandes villes, me balader avec mes amis, lire.. Je préfère les cours d'anglais et de français…
Added by Anaïs Vallois on November 20, 2011 at 12:11pm — No Comments
Added by Daniel Martin on September 5, 2011 at 1:15am — No Comments
Mike McGrother is a creative teacher. His students are lucky to have him as their mentor.
As Mike offered me a chance to interact with his students, I jumped at the opportunity. It was holidays in Indian schools. Hence I had to arrange the collaboration at a student's home.
Added by Sebastian Panakal on July 11, 2011 at 9:58am — No Comments
As a lover of Mathematics, I speak on Vedic Mathematics as I connect with classrooms. Last month, I connected with a German school and explained the simple Vedic method that could help students achieve success in Mathematical thinking.
Following the German session, I had another session in Australia. This time…Continue
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