Digital Journalism Literacy and Community
Added by Richard C Close on November 13, 2012 at 2:18pm — No Comments
News Letter and Resource Links
As my family surfaces from chopping wood to keep the house warm from Hurricane Sandy I am remind at how dealing with electricity and Internet access is a daily experience in places like Africa. After two days without power I am drowning with hundreds of requests for information. In that we are very small, we are placing all our project information and resources within the links of this email. As many of you know these programs empower…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on November 9, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Nigeria Digital Literacy for African Business Leadership
This webinar will provide Nigerian business leaders with Internet methods, resources and simple techniques about how to find and use global business resources. We will illustrate how Internet resources have transformed African business and the role African business have in their communities. We will also show how we can move from educating people for jobs into a new engaged generation that “creates”…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on October 23, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
I would be so excited if my noble fellow members "This is my Story" seriously team up with me to help organize a one day non residential workshop for some selected members for a few districts and municipalities in Ghana.
The workshop will strengthen Teachers with maximum skills and knowledge .
For further information please contact me on +233208219508.E-mail email@example.com
Added by Richard C Close on September 26, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
Children and Youth gathered at Chigongorelo primary school in Dowa District run around to play and enjoy their right to a childhood. Children all smiles and their echoing laughter characterise the day. Children from the age of 8 came together to commemorate the "Global Peace Games for Children and Youth 2012". All faces seemingly happy and in peace hiding the fact that these children face a number of problems.
Center for Youth and Development (CYD) organised the event to give children…Continue
Added by James Gondwe on September 22, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments
I t is with great sadness, that due to budgetary reasons, I must leave the Bridgeport Rescue Mission Learning Center. However, we witnessed great success in the development of a large body of curriculum for others to use. We have developed and tested the integration of Internet media and Adult Learning…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on September 20, 2012 at 11:13am — No Comments
Things have been happening, not just things, lots of great and bad things. Anyway I am not here to remind you of that, today I just thought I should write here about "A life Journey" which is basically just a journey through life, we all journey through this life, we encounter the good and the bad, each day has got it's own challenges, losses, victories, disappointments, it's just full of everything; that is life for you.
In my life I have been through a lot just like you…
Added by Mandilakhe Ethwel on August 21, 2012 at 5:23am — No Comments
Quiet, come and collected
Filled with love, respect and all you can think of
Precious at heart, It's just as you see it
Brightening a day is…
Added by Mandilakhe Ethwel on August 21, 2012 at 5:05am — No Comments
Added by Richard C Close on August 20, 2012 at 12:52pm — No Comments
Pastor Hassan, OPEN HEART ORPHANAGE MINISTRIES supervises about 1,000 small to medium size churches in Uganda and sees the opportunity to use them as community training centers. We are starting our Community Development Digital Literacy program with him.
On Saturday Aug 10 we started with a Gotomeeting webinar that had excellent connectivity. Just our luck on the second day the power was out in the building so everyone crammed into his…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on August 20, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
When we do our workshop for “This is my story…” in Africa we are consistently approached by youth with the statement of “We want to be just like the US.” Our gut reaction is, No you don’t. The current US may not be the America they might think it is. The powerful Christian values within its revolutionary constitution designed to crush colonialism gave birth to a new land for families in a new democracy That idea was replaced by a modern concept of “Consumerism” in the mid fifties. The…
Added by Richard C Close on June 27, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Iam suggesting that Fluorspar Primary school in Kenya be part of this initiative to enable their pupils have a chance to participate in the program by writing their stories. Thanks.
Added by Ken Chelimo on June 8, 2012 at 3:51am — No Comments
The Birth of Social Flash Learning in the Global Collaborative and The Global Learning Framework
2012 Social Learning Summit Recordings:
The 2012 Social Learning Summit was held last Saturday, and the recordings from…
Added by Richard C Close on April 27, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Since its founding in 2006, Twitter has rapidly grown to be one of the most powerful online platforms for connecting hundreds of millions of individuals and organizations around the world. While the estimates vary, Twitter estimates they have over 100 million active monthly users of the platform and almost 500 million registered Tweeters, with several hundred million…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on April 27, 2012 at 7:49am — No Comments
Re-Blogged from: firstname.lastname@example.org
When we viewed the statistical data through an equity lens we found pockets of adolescents at further risk: the youngest mothers, adolescents belonging to ethnic minorities and living in rural areas, those with disabilities, injecting drug users at risk of HIV infection, adolescents with mental health issues, and boys living in certain regions and countries of the world where the threat of gang violence is particularly…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on April 27, 2012 at 6:30am — No Comments
For the past four months, if you take a walk or drive by the Labour office in Buea, Cameroon , you are bound to see over 500 people (mostly women 40 or older), sleeping, sitting or lying outside on the ground in the dust or on concrete. At the main entrance to this building, placards are hung…
The new trend in Africa is not the traditional colonial style of learning but a student centered - community centered adult learning style. Just because most of the information from the Internet comes from all over the world does not mean it dictated. Many of the African government understand and have institutionalized this style of learning.
The flip side of this is that African children as well as Chinese and other must learn how to make intelligent choices on the right…
Added by Richard C Close on February 1, 2012 at 8:41am — No Comments
The Webinar "Methods and Techniques for Web 2.0 Project Based Learning for Urban-Poverty Schools and Adult Learning" Has been re-recorded with Multimedia videos of the cases added.
This is the Bascom sponsored webinar on January 12th.
Methods and Techniques for Web 2.0 Project Based Learning for Urban-Poverty Schools and Adult Learning Part…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on January 17, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
How do we teach the 40% “push out” of our schools?
All the time and funds we spend on STEM, “no child left behind” and technology we seem to be ignoring the inconceivable dropout rate and what happens to the child who be become adults. For those of us that work with this group we know them a “Push outs” because when you ask them if they wanted to leave they inevitably say “no.”
We work with this group in outreach and shelter settings. A solid understanding how Adult Learning…Continue
Added by Richard C Close on December 30, 2011 at 11:34am — No Comments