Who is responsible? I recently stumbled upon this conversation “When students tell you they are bored can we blame the students as well” via Twitter.
Month: March 2012
Could the Days of Wikipedia Being a Banned Research Source Be Over?
It is well known fact that for many years most teachers have been telling students that they can not, under any circumstances, use Wikipedia as
Lesotho farewell ceremony!
Thank you! Our stay in Lesotho passed by too quickly and the last day was both wonderful and sad at the same time! We will
Instant America Did you know that over 3 billion Google searchers are done in a day? That 1 in 4 people abandon a web page
Collaborating with technology!
When arriving at Mamoeketsi primary school for the first time, we could not believe how we were greeted! The whole school was waiting for us
Asking the right questions
Day two of our visit to Mamoeketsi primary school is completed and we are having an amazing time here! 4 students and one teacher traveling
Peter Senge – what schools need to focus on now!
Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline, Senior lecturer at MIT and Founder of the Society for Organizational Learning shares his perspectives on leadership and
Teaching peer review of writing
Written project: Peer-reviewing (also called peer-editing) means people getting together to read, comment on, and recommend improvements on each other’s work. Peer-reviewing is a good
It’s time for TED 2012 The miracle of your mind is to see the world as it isn’t” (Kathryn Schulz on being wrong). We can