Note: you can attend this conf virtually. that is to say, you will present your paper through skype from your homecountry later on after registration, your paper will be published in one the journals supporting the conf.…
ls in remote areas and believe that the use of technology is our best chance to provide a meaningful, interesting and FUN education for these students, where the 'tryanny of distance' is to some extent ameliorated. I look forward to learning more, sharing ideas and experiences, and if anyone else has an interest in distance education using technology, please feel free to message me!!!!!…
his is what is underway in American school. Its silly and stupid and the entire proccess becomes an intellectual game. The bottom up method is the radical or revolutionary way to invoke change.
I recently posted on the eSingularity. I predict, It will become a very deeply debated topic over the coming years. I am deeply involved in the process of changing global education from the ground up. I guess I am an eRevolutionist.
Simple truth we all know. America isn't going to change global education. America is falling behind in virtually every technology that it once lead in. The solution for global education is going to come outside of the US from Asia -- India and China in particular.…
ou to join us (see invitation details on how to RSVP), or watch the webcast live via HASTAC.org:
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, in collaboration with Mozilla and HASTAC, invite you to an event on September 15th at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC and online at hastac.org/DML-competition-launch to explore the potential of Badges for Lifelong Learning. Badges are a new assessment tool that will help identify skills mastered in formal and informal settings, virtually and in physical spaces, and in schools, workplaces and communities.
Today learning happens anytime, anyplace, at any age. How can 21st century learners demonstrate their knowledge and skills? Digital badges can inspire learning, unlock jobs, educational and civic opportunities and open new pipelines for talent. The event will feature the announcement of the 4th Digital Media and Learning competition which will provide up to $2 million in grants for innovations in the use of Badges for Learning.
Watch the live video stream from the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington at hastac.org/DML-competition-launch from 9:00am to 10:30am EDT on September 15th.Featured speakers include:
The Honorable Arne Duncan, Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Administrator, NASA
Emily Stover DeRocco, President, The Manufacturing Institute and the National Center for the American Workforce
Mark Surman, Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation
Learn more about the Digital Media & Learning Competition at DMLcompetition.net. View or download a brochure of past winners here.