Do you know of any International Schools for Sale?
Do you know of any International Schools that may be 'up
for sale' now or in the future?
If so then please pass this invitation to the appropriate person
... with a request to contact me email@example.com
... I will then pass the details on to the potential purchasers
in complete confidence.
Google Earth "PRO" is Free for Educators www.shambles.net/pages/learning/GeogP/gearthplan
Yes ... free ...
Google Teacher Newsletter http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Teacher-Center?hl=en
Title says it all ...
Two important days coming up in November
19th November : World Toilet Day : www.worldtoilet.org/getinvolved.asp?no=19
28th November : Buy Nothing Day : http://tinyurl.com/5q572g
(can you see me smiling as I type this?)
International Education Week (UK) www.globalgateway.org/default.aspx?page=3146
17 to 21 November 2008
International Education Week (IEW) is an excellent opportunity to
show the world how an international dimension has benefited your
school, college or organisation. The Department asks everyone at
all levels of education to join in the celebrations.
with details of any international events your school is planning
Old Media Isn’t Completely Deaf: The Guardian Offers
Full-Text RSS Feeds
"The Guardian, one of the UK’s biggest newspapers,
is breaking ranks with its dead tree counterparts and offering up
its content in full-text RSS feeds. The Guardian in turn becomes
the first major newspaper in the world to do so."
... they have a brilliant weekly education section www.guardian.co.uk/education
Universal Education Search http://learn.creativecommons.org/projects/oesearch
We have explored ways to build a scalable, extensible,
federated search for all educational resources on the web.
Time Lines www.shambles.net/pages/school/timelines
I think that building time lines is a brilliant learning
strategy ... this probably comes back to my own visual learning
style. We are now spoilt with the number of online web 2.0 tools
to enable us to not only build timelines but to do so collaboratively.
One example is xtimeline.com,
a website that allows students to create and explore multimedia
"You can see a review of xtimeline for the “Safe Web
2.0 for the Classroom” list at www.teachersfirst.com/content/edge.cfm.
It’s also got great ideas for timeline projects for students"
Short Story Contest for Young Writers (12-18)
Hong Kong www.culture-hongkong.com
An annual CULTURE short story competition for Young Writers is now
underway with WIPS and Dymocks Booksellers as sponsors.
The theme this year is "Feast": a panel of judges will
select the winners and give feedback to the top entrants. The deadline
for receipts of entry is Friday 28th November, 2008
Dymocks will offer coupons worth $1000, $800 and $400 to the top
three winners. The winners will also receive a one-year subscription
to CULTURE Hong Kong. The winning story will be printed in the magazine
as well as in the WIPS annual journal and directory, IMPRINT.
email Christine Bruce, firstname.lastname@example.org
download (pdf) Poster
Early Years: Leading to excellence. (UK Report) www.ofsted.gov.uk/leadingtoexcellence
Leading to excellence is in two parts.
Part one reviews childcare and early years provision at the end
of our three-year cycle of inspections.
Part two describes good practice in how providers organise, lead
and manage their settings to promote positive experiences and outcomes
British Council Newsletter (Hong Kong)
November: British Council 60th Anniversary Scholarships
& British Chevening Scholarships | Science Alive 2008 | British
Council team running for charity | Verbatim Theatre – The
Will to Build | The Pirate Party | Arts in the Park - Mardi Gras
UNESCO 'The Courier' Newsletter http://tinyurl.com/5bbwrd
This latest issue focuses on Human Rights .... marking
the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Google Project 10 to the 100 www.project10tothe100.com
Helping helps everybody, helper and helped alike .... the
question is ... what would help and help the most?.