March 2010 Blog Posts (14)

The Future of Education

The future of Education:

It can be seen as a question mark, related to the future of economy the

future of society and the future of culture combined all together into

the way we live and the way we learn outside school doors.

Nowadays we are learning more outside school/university than inside. Yes, you

spend maybe 18 years in school and the rest of your life out side

school, so we need to think that the way we learn outside school, that

is a free way… Continue

Added by Juan Pablo Napoli on March 31, 2010 at 3:08am — 4 Comments

The E-Learning Blog

See my other (slowly evolving) blog: The E-Learning Blog.

Added by Adam Bostock on March 30, 2010 at 4:26am — No Comments

Collaborative Intelligence

Hello virtual colleagues :-)

A while ago, whilst working on a social networking / learning project, I came across an interesting sounding term: Collaborative Intelligence [link to one of my pages].

It sounded an interesting concept and I contributed a few ideas (to the above page). However, the more I searched for concrete examples in… Continue

Added by Adam Bostock on March 30, 2010 at 4:04am — 3 Comments

The Third International Online Conference, "Opening Gates in Teacher Education, 2011: Teacher Education in the Age of Globalization,"

The Third International Online Conference, "Opening Gates in Teacher Education, 2011: Teacher Education in the Age of Globalization," will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 25-26,…


Added by Reuven Werber on March 25, 2010 at 12:20am — No Comments

New Ebooks, PLUS a New Tutorial Section!

We trust you are enjoying the great information and software we have

placed in The Internet Library for you.

We have added two very special items:

1. 77 Social Marketing Tactics to bring an insane amount of traffic

to your website. Even if you do not yet have a website, these tips are

excellent if you use Facebook, Twitter or any of the other social


2. A special video has been put into our INTERNET… Continue

Added by Val Mitchell on March 24, 2010 at 6:36am — No Comments

Leadership and Learning: Part 2

In last week's blog we begun a discussion about developing leadership whilst student's are learning. This week we explore, what John Maxwell calls "the quickest way to developing leadership".

F.F. Fourneis, in his wonderful exposition Coaching for Improved Work Performance, discussed four common reasons why people do not perform the way they should:

1. They do not know WHAT they are supposed to do

2. They do not know HOW to do it

3. They do not know WHY they do… Continue

Added by Adrian Bertolini on March 21, 2010 at 2:13am — 2 Comments

Spring Break Safety

Spring Break is right around the corner (some have already began their

mid-season vacations) and Kiwi put together a list of tips and faux pas

for both students and parents to consider during their holiday. A simple

Google search on 'Spring Break' will provide a myriad of pictures

displaying both young guys and girls, half naked and doing things that I

am sure most teachers and parents would not approve of. Of course not

all kids and teens will engage in the… Continue

Added by Kiwi Commons on March 16, 2010 at 12:38pm — No Comments

Ontario, Canada Launches Online Homework Help

The Ministry of Education in Ontario, Canada has recently launched a a

very interesting system in which students can seek homework help online.

The program is specifically designed for grade 7 to 10 math students

and users can log into the website (

where they can chat with the online tutors who are available form

5:30pm to 9:30pm from Sunday through Thrusday.… Continue

Added by Kiwi Commons on March 10, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

La Psychologie de l’Enfant Africain et le Droit de l’Education

Chaque individu a un intérêt de la psychologie. Comment pas si la psychologie nous entoure, là où nous regardons, là où nous vivons, là où nous pensons. La psychologie est donc une partie de nous et elle nous aide de trouver tout type de réponse aux questions qui nous concernent en tant qu’individus qui co-vivent dans une société commune. La psychologie est une étude continue consacrée à la nature humaine-le comportement et les processus mentaux qui nous mènent au se que nous sommes.

Pour… Continue

Added by nadia ahouari_idri on March 10, 2010 at 11:55am — No Comments

Algeria and Educational Development; the LMD System as an Algerian Step towards Globalisation in Higher Education

Before ever evoking the subject of Globalisation, we need first to say a word about Algeria. This great country is the gate of Africa. It is situated in the North central part of Africa opening her arms to the Mediterranean ٍSea, facing the European continent. She has also two wings “as France named them in the colonial period”. These are Tunisia which is the eastern wing and Morocco; the western one. Algeria’s back is all of the great, vague and rich African countries. Algeria must, then,…


Added by nadia ahouari_idri on March 10, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments



The move is on to create a four day school week. The idea is to increase the school day by one hour and reduce the number of days to four in an effort to save money and reduce more damaging cost cutting measures.


Many parents in effect use school as a baby sitting measure. They have to work. Now if you do not have school on a Monday or Friday what will happen? Parents who work and can’t afford a daytime baby…

Added by William Lambert on March 9, 2010 at 4:21am — 2 Comments

Teaching it's just like riding a bike!

Old Chinese proverb: “Nothing can be taught; everything can be learned”

How I taught my son to ride a bicycle.

Now, riding a bike is quite a complex process. I don’t remember learning myself, because it was such a long time ago. But I had a pretty good idea that it was… Continue

Added by Rossleigh Brisbane on March 8, 2010 at 12:30am — No Comments

The Future of English Orthography



Added by Freespeling on March 2, 2010 at 12:34am — No Comments

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