You and your companions have just survived a crash in a small plane. Both the pilot and co-pilot were killed in the crash. It is mid-January, and you are in Northern Canada. The daily temperature is 25 below zero, and the night time temperature is 40 below zero. There is snow on the ground, and the countryside is wooded with several creeks, criss-crossing the area. The nearest town is 20 miles away. You are all dressed in city clothes appropriate for a business meeting. Your group of survivors… Continue
Added by Phil Quinlan on January 22, 2009 at 6:30am —
How has Google Sketch Up broaden your world in the area of creativity, application and knowledge? How could you use this application in your 'other' classrooms? What projects could you create? Could this tool be used in a possible career?
At least 5 sentences!
Added by Phil Quinlan on January 21, 2009 at 6:34am —
Today's lesson takes us back in history as we witness and experience what British Prime Minister during World War Two, Winston Churchill's was quoted during a difficult time in world history,"Those who fail to understand history are doomed to repeat it.", and we will find that the events of the past will have an everlasting effect our lives today.
In the fall of 1918 a global disaster struck known as the most devastating epidemic in world history. This disease 'pandemic', known as the… Continue
Added by Phil Quinlan on January 11, 2009 at 8:30am —
Added by Cooper Zale on January 10, 2009 at 4:00pm —
However, you can follow me (if interested) at:
- my blog
- my homepage
My Professional Development for Lifelong Learning is open for all educators at: NewLearning
I am happy to be able our visions for the future of education with everyone here.
Added by Sharon Betts on January 10, 2009 at 11:39am —
Thank you for the invitation. I said to myself, "Wow! I really do have a Personal Learning Network!" This is what learning and education is about: collaboration and support, one to another and to all and back, for the benefit of all. Continue
I am Sheri Edwards, and I teach in a very rural area of north central Washington State; my students are mostly Native American. They thrive on technology --and although most fall under the category, "living in poverty," many have more technology at…
Added by Sheri on January 10, 2009 at 11:30am —
I've led a volunteer-based, non-school tutor/mentor program in Chicago for more than 30 years where we connect inner city kids with volunteers who live beyond poverty and model jobs and careers and education levels not consistently modeled in high poverty neighborhoods. In recent research, this is called "bridging capital".
I have created a library of information to help people understand the challenges of living in poverty, and how… Continue
Added by Daniel Bassill on January 10, 2009 at 8:38am —
We have been working online since 2004. You are welcome to find out more about us by clicking the links on our ePAL blog.
Any comments from you are welcome.
Added by Yaodong on January 9, 2009 at 9:30pm —
I have three other blogs so I won't be blogging here. You can see all the stuff my students and I have done here
Added by Nancy on January 9, 2009 at 5:16pm —
Getting a job in today’s society is a daunting task because the economy is growing at a sluggish pace. Other challenges include identifying vacancies in a company, applying for them, and securing an interview. Overcoming these hurdles is possible if you employ the right kind of strategies. For example, networking helps you when it comes to finding opportunities in various companies. Additionally, hiring a… Continue
Added by David Neeble on November 30, 1999 at 12:00pm —
The connection between golf and leadership
There’s a surprising similarity between playing the game of golf and leadership. Once the analogies are made clear to you, you’ll wonder perhaps why you didn’t see it before. By the time… Continue
Added by Dr. John Kenworthy on November 30, 1999 at 12:00pm —