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Around the world in 24 hours with Skype in the Classroom

Today’s guest blogger is second grade teacher Beverly Ladd from the New Hanover County Schools district in North Carolina. An experienced global educator, Beverly’s firsthand experience as a Skype Master Teacher has shown her how global connections allow students to become more aware of their world and appreciate one another’s differences. 1,047 more words

Skype In The Classroom

Doing good with firewood

Have you noticed the poplars on the hills getting golden? A certain crispness in the air of a morning. Winter is coming. For everyone this means an increased likelihood of colds and flus, and the inevitable rise in your power-bill. 168 more words


Every kid in a park… via Skype

This week is National Park Week in the US, and this year is extra special as it’s the Centennial Year for the National Park Service. Teachers and students from the US and around the world can… 600 more words

Skype In The Classroom

Grant Trahant, Causeartist

***The Thursday Interview is a showcase for creators, innovators, troublemakers, small business owners to share news and insight about the creative impetus and inspirations behind their latest project, launch or business. 471 more words

Thursday Interview

One Girl Can

Little known fact about me: my university education was focused on teaching secondary school education. I absolutely love teaching young people in the classroom and witnessing their world open up as they expand their dreams and grow their confidence and capabilities. 350 more words

Social Good

Crêpes for Change

This article first appeared on Benojo on April 18, 2016. Image courtesy of Crêpes for Change.

Crêpes for Change is Australia’s first non-profit crêpe food truck. 817 more words