Ideas worth spreading! This coming Saturday, TEDxBKK is organizing an event here in Bangkok to explore the possibilities of collaboration and creativity towards a culture of peace. A great way to end the year and move on to 2013 inspired…
The International Community commemorates 3 December as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The East Asia and Pacific Regional UNGEI has contributed to the important dialogue with a fact sheet focused on girls with disabilities – in and out of school – in the Asia and Pacific Region.
The fact sheet can be downloaded in it’s entirety from the UNGEI website.
This is an excellent collection of Video Resources from The Innovative Educator – practical across an entire curriculum for both students and teachers.
Edutopia has made available an interesting set of resources and downloads from KIPP King Collegiate High School for teaching critical thinking. I expect that these will be extremely helpful to integrate into subsequent units of IB humanities.
This is quite interesting: projecting the evolution of education technologies… Click here for the full visualization.
The Innovative Educator recently published an interesting account of student responses to cuts in funding for technology for education. Manhattan school children (USA) are speaking out and sharing ideas to better use technology to enhance learning. This is not technology driving the process. It is rather a call from learners to continue support to innovations that empower students to ‘create, connect, and critically think’. Find the full post here.