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These Hopeful Times

This time we live in is the so-called end time, some say. That notwithstanding,
it’s not the end yet; so long as there’s hope, there’s time; both are a-wasting. 74 more words

Peace And Prosperity


In fourth class we are learning about money. Here is a great game to convert euros to cents and vice versa. CLICK HERE

There are a number of games on the EURO at… 166 more words

Fourth Class

UNESCO and NASSCOM Announce MGIEP Gaming Challenge

Started by UNESCO in collaboration with Indian government, the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development aims at building a more peaceful and sustainable world. 165 more words

Video Games

Walking this Earth with Love - Global Residency

I want to grow food with hungry families, sharing the soil in which we work.

I want to pull a blanket over a cold child and offer them the warmth of my heart. 158 more words


Week 8 Global citizenship

In this weeks reflection I found it interesting linking what Jane McGonigal said last week about gamers and how in some respects it links in with the global citizenship. 588 more words

Global Citizenship

Does Democracy Work?

Some Americans are likely thrilled with last week’s election results, while others are likely upset. Even though they can’t vote, our fifth and sixth graders had a lot to say about the outcome. 380 more words


Lifelong Learning - Put Your Print on It (Topic 8)

My comprehension of lifelong learning is the ongoing pursuit of knowledge and experience from within the physical, social, and cultural contexts of our lives. Previously, I was less mindful of the value of a technology-rich world and connected, global society to enhance and guide my personal, and students’ lifelong pursuit of knowledge. 396 more words