Digital Journalism Literacy and Community
Starts: November 17, 2011 3:00 PM (America/New_York)
Ends: November 17, 2011 4:00 PM (America/New_York)
Duration: 1 hour
Register at: http://www.globaledcon.com
How do we teach student with so much pain in their life, either from family, poverty of abusive system? This information packed webinar uses three cases and compares the research, methods and in the streets cases of successful transform hurt students in: Africa, Urban US and US Homeless community.
Join us to explore how Internet collaboration is transforming core values against poverty in Africa with the UNESCO Power of Peace network sponsored “I am Africa. This is my story…” workshops and Internet portal. This campaign leverages Internet collaboration and digital storytelling to defeated core values of isolation the poverty in suppressed African youth. It also shows how this new generation of youth views collaborative cell knowledge. From flash protests to flash knowledge this is a new generation.
The second case will be on the social academic pressure of black American youth and how highly motivated faculty using the STEM curriculum achieve success. In addition the techniques of Adult Learning Centers in urban settings.
Third will be a trip will be inside the “Discover your Gifts” curriculum of the Bridgeport Rescue Mission Women’s Learning Center. This will demonstrate the integration of UNESCO/WHO Life skills with Web 2.0 learning methods and small group dynamics. We will us a step by step method to go through a deeply human lesson in a small group using a Web 2.0 library portal. This will provide you with a Framework to use in any class setting.
Bio: Richard Close CEO-Servant Chrysalis Campaign NGO that develops poverty learning centers, "I am Africa. This is my story..." portal with UNESCO and developer of the Global Learning Framework.
Co-Presenter Name(s): Joanne Schwartz Ph.D Assistant Professor Department of Humanities, La Guardia Community College. Developer of Downtown Learning Center Brooklyn NY Expert in Urban Adult Learning and "Push out" dynamics
The webinar will share so many issues and solutions that below is a series of links to background material and training tool kits for use in organizations and classrooms. We advise reviewing the “** “ links prior to the webinar.