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Martin Burrett

TrueTube - 8 views

    This site offers videos on a range of PSHE, citizenship, RE, the environment and other topics. It's a great set of resources for introducing difficult subjects to your class.
Σπύρος Ζήνδρος

MapMaker Interactive - National Geographic Education - 28 views

    interactive map - national geographic
David Wetzel

Society Needs Adult and Continuing Education - 6 views

    Based on the premise that formal education is confined to the first two decades or so of a person's life and cannot possibly prepare one for the constancy and rapidity of change, lifelong learning becomes an imperative if each person is to cope with the explosion of knowledge, understand societal differences as they evolve, and adapt to the aging process.
Maxime Lagacé

Obama bemoans 'diversions' of IPod, Xbox era - Yahoo! Canada News - 4 views

    US President Barack Obama lamented Sunday that in the iPad and Xbox era, information had become a diversion that was imposing new strains on democracy, in his latest critique of modern media
Ruth Howard

EOTL - Semaphore Poster.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 0 views

    Chefs, Homeconomists, Scientists, concerned citizens Described as the 'Inconvenient Truth' of our oceans, this internationally acclaimed film has been screened to packed audiences across Australia. Featuring brilliant underwater footage, sweeping cinematography and interviews with scientists, activists and fishermen, The End of the Line reveals the devastating impacts of overfishing on our oceans plus the simple solutions to the problem. Want to find out more about the film? Visit
David Hilton

ChangeThis :: ChangeThis - 0 views

    Not directly related to education, but something I think any educator should be interested in. Unless they're already dead-in-the-head. It happens, I guess.
Vicki Davis - Florida Teen Commits Suicide Before Live Webcam Audience - Local News | N... - 0 views

  • But he acknowledged that an investigation into the delay in notifying authorities was "possible."
  • A message posted to his final MySpace blog by his mother Friday mentioned a history of mental illness.
  • "He was blogging between 3 and 4 a.m. on the 19th, Wednesday, at which time he inserted a link in the blog to a live webcam and posted a suicide note, and then was seen lying down on the bed," Crane told
    Oh my goodness - this is terrible. A florida teen committeed suicide via webcam. This is horrible. Knowing how to report online crime is something we need to be able to do - a sort of e911 for online is what we need.
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