Archive for the 'Online Learning'

Let’s stop talking about meaningful global empowerment for youth and start doing it (Online Model United Nations wrap-up)

I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Lisa Martin, Kristin Rowe, and their students for...
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Making connected learning the norm: What will it take? [guest post]

On this almost three-year-long journey that has made up the development of Online Model United...
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Why do teachers have an excuse when it comes to technology in the classrooms? [guest post]

Hi, I’m Ugbad Kasim from Somalia (Northeastern part – Somaliland to be exact), a young lady...
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Junior Online Model United Nations: Connecting masters and apprentices [guest post]

The Online Model United Nations (O-MUN) program is not only a powerful model of global conflict...
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Online Model United Nations: Raising our voices [guest post]

My first contact with Online Model United Nations (O-MUN) was in my sophomore year of high school....
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Palestinian-Israeli citizen calling for peace, making her voice heard through Online Model United Nations [guest post]

I have a dream, I dream of a world with no racism, with acceptance no matter what religion, colour,...
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The nuts and bolts of online debating [guest post]

THIMUN Online Model United Nations evolved around (mostly) free and open source technology...
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Connected global youth and the Online Model United Nations movement [guest post]

I became an educational entrepreneur by accident. A humble social studies teacher and Model United...
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Upcoming guest series: Online Model United Nations

FYI, over the next week or so I am turning my blog over to Lisa Martin and the students who help...
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Interest-driven learning is now both accessible and required

Mimi Ito says: There have always been people who are really passionate about their learning and...
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