Experiments and Demonstration Videos Online www.planet-science.com/scicast/about.html
This is a new initiative for all science teachers to keep an eye on ...
to encourage and support teacher and student made videos of science experiments
and demonstrations to be made available online.
6th mLearn Conference www.mlearn2007.org
The 6th international conference on mobile Learning
16-19 October 2007 Melbourne Australia
The MLearn 2007 Conference presents an opportunity for researchers, educators,
students, technologists, practitioners and industry professionals to come
together to share knowledge and experience, engage in global perspectives
and contribute to development and progress in mobile learning technology.
From Web 2.0 to
Education 2.0 http://mis.cite.hku.hk/events/default.asp?eventid=SEM07/0017
Hong Kong University : 26th May 07 14:00 - 16:45
Seminar on " From Web 2.0 to Education 2.0: Opportunities and challenges
for teachers, trainers and information professionals "
"Advances in information and communication
technology, especially the rapid developments in social technology such
as wikis, blogs, social bookmarking, etc. have opened up new opportunities
as well as challenges to education in schools as well as human resource
development and training in public and business sectors.
In the seminar, a group of experts
will introduce recent developments in learning technology and how these
have been applied in different educational and human resource development
contexts internationally and locally.
Emphasis will be placed on contemporary developments that make use of
as Web 2.0 technology, digital media, mobile learning, and the role knowledge
management can play in supporting human capital development. Opportunities
will be given to participants to interact with speakers, ask questions
and contribute with ideas."
Teachers Association (Bangkok) : BLOG http://i-l-t-a.blogspot.com/
The International Language Teachers Association (ILTA) is a Bangkok-based
association of modern language teachers whose mission is to provide leadership
in promoting the highest ethical and teaching standards of the profession
in Thailand and the region.
The association’s members are composed of teaching professionals
and school administrators.
Visit the Blog to get the latest news about events ... and links to other
individual modern language groups.
in Classrooms : a free ezine www.ictineducation.org
Terry Freedman's newsletter designed for those who teach or manage information
and communication technology (ICT) in schools. (k-12).
I thought I put in a lot of time into this Shambles newsletter ... but
I was put to shame when I received Terry's last newsletter as a pdf attachment
to an email received ... lots of worthwhile content.
Basic Guide to Acing Any Teacher Interview
OK ... so the job seeking season is coming to
an end ... maybe just files this away for next year.
One of the Shambles Podcast
series is with School Headteachers and Principals, one of the questions
I usually ask is about advice for teachers being interviewed and also
their favourite interview questions ... an excellent resource for when
you are next applying for a new teaching job.
At "The Busy Educator" www.thebusyeducator.com
Marjan Glavac recently interviewed Adam Waxler, the author of the book
"Your Basic Guide to Acing Any Teacher Interview" .... in this
free 30minute Podcast you can listen to Adam offer tips, advice and questions
that could help you prepare for that next job application.
You can listen at www.thebusyeducator.com/adam-waxler.htm
Free email account with address firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like a free email account with the domain name @internationalteacher.info
If yes then just send me an email
with your first name / last name / and the username
you would like and I shall create it for you. The actual email engine
being used for this is Google's gmail .. so very reliable, confidential
After I've created the account for you then just log in at http://mail.google.com/hosted/internationalteacher.info
to send and read email .... ONLY for teachers in international schools.
Every Parent Matters http://tinyurl.com/yozk3q
"This 54-page DfES report sets
out for the first time in one place what the UK government is doing to
promote both the development of services for parents as well as their
involvement in shaping services for themselves and their children."
Published April 2007 .... you will need to register on the website (free)