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Chilean rebel “Comandante” Camila Vallejo: ‘The problem is bigger – it’s structural’

Her call for free education in Chile led to a nationwide shutdown last year. Now student leader Camila Vallejo is aiming higher – she wants a social revolution Source: The Guardian I almost didn’t meet Camila Vallejo. She missed her … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: The Day After

Above, to begin, we share the awesome image of what international collaboration and cooperation looks like. And now, first and foremost, we say, Thanks. ¡Muchas gracias amigos de Edcamp Delta! Thank you. As a matter of fact, Thank You to … Continue reading

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#EdCampSTGO: The EdCamp Movement Continues to Spread Like Wildfire!

EdCamp Santiago has the honor and the privilege of holding the first EdCamp in Latin America. That just goes to show that the EdCamp Movement has now spread all across the American continent. The first EdCamp, EdCamp Philly (Philadelphia), was … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: Spotlight on #EdcampLa (in 6 Words)

If you had to sum up your ideas and opinions of the Edcamp Movement, in only six (6) words, what would you say? What are some of the topics people talk about at an Edcamp? Let’s take a look for … Continue reading

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#EdcampSantiago: “To Edcamp, or Not to Edcamp?”

Edcamp Santiago 2012 The EdCamp Movement: What are Teachers Seeking — and for What Purpose? November 27, 2011 by Paul W. Bennett http://bit.ly/tCO1ss Four questions are asked by Mr. Bennett at the end of his article: 1. Why is the … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: How To Start A Movement

@kristenswanson: Dr. Kristen Swanson Here are the slides from our Global Ed Conf Preso: http://bit.ly/w2GvZI #edcamp Edcamp is a movement. Many people in the USA have come to realize that. For those who haven’t, it may be because of the … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: Mob Rule Learning: Camps, Unconferences, and Trashing the Talking Head

http://www.eventbis.com/edcamp Librarian and Blogger Michelle Boule Challenges the Stale Traditions of Conferences Medford, NJ (PRWEB) October 31, 2011 Information Today, Inc. (ITI) announced the publication of Mob Rule Learning: Camps, Unconferences, and Trashing the Talking Head by author, blogger and … Continue reading

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IB MYP – Some of the Major Components: The Tipping Point or “How A Movement is Made” – The Dancing Guy

A professional development session given for all high school faculty on some of the major components of the IB Middle Years Program (Spring 2010)

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