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Stonehill @ Flat Classroom, Mumbai 2012
Joan Huntley, the supervising teacher from Stonehill International School, put together this video based on the Flat Classroom Workshop @ASB Unplugged in Mumbai February 2012. I believe it captures the essence of India and the spirit of our workshop. It clearly shows the friendships that were made during the workshop and bonding that took place as students met the demands of deadlines while sharing creative ideas.
Zopler - Collaborative Story Telling
"Zopler is a social network where writers, authors and students can easily collaborate on writing stories together as a group. "
Five Things US Schools Can Learn From the Rest of the World | Asia Society
Vivien Stewart's new book, A World-Class Education: Lessons from International Models of Excellence and Innovation, tells the stories of five very different systems: Australia, Canada, China (Shanghai), Finland and Singapore. Despite differences in policy details and practices, as well as in the cultural contexts and political systems in these countries, there are clearly some common drivers of success.
Five Things That Push Conference Attendees Away Events
As we plan live events next year, this came across my desk...an interesting list. I agree we should be tailoring love events to the needs of the user, making it relevant.
This is such fun....replacing the usual desk (as in physical desk) toys in an office?
The 8 industries that can best utilize Apple's new iPad | TabTimes
There are two opportunities for schools and universities, and the first doesn’t really directly concern the latest iPad. Instead, it is the impact that the new iPad will have on the iPad 2, as the expected price reduction will make this tablet much more accessible for finance-restricted education establishments.
Of course, there is also an opportunity with the new iPad for those with bigger budgets. The additional apps for movie making could make Apple’s latest tablet a great tool for subjects like media studies, or in higher education, broadcast journalism training.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Across My Desk (weekly)
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