In the run up to the EDEN 2015 summer conference with the theme Expanding Learning Scenarios, the organisers are discussing some of the themes of the conference on Twitter using the hashtag #EDENChat. 94 more words
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One of the greatest hoaxes to be perpetrated last century was that of the Cottingley Fairies.
In 1917, 9-year-old Frances Griffiths and her 16-year-old cousin, Elsie Wright, borrowed Elsie’s father’s camera to take a photograph of the fairies they claimed lived down by the creek. 991 more words
By Taylor Soper on April 15, 2015
Located just south of downtown Seattle, the Kent School District (KSD) is certainly unique. It’s the fourth-largest school system in the state of Washington; it’s one of the most diverse districts, with 137 languages spoken; it’s home to a large refugee community given the close proximity to the airport and cheap housing available throughout the area; and it’s a district where a majority of the 27,000 students are on a free or reduced price meal plan. 137 more words
Mobile Learning…for the World
By Mark Sivy, Ed.D.
UNESCO and UN Women held the global Mobile Learning Week 2015 this past February. The purpose of this annual meeting is to bring together an international group of practitioners, researchers, and other stakeholders for the purpose of promoting mobile technologies as a means to advance education. 550 more words