December 16, 2013 by Scott McLeod 1 Comment
I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Lisa Martin, Kristin Rowe, and their students for taking over my blog for the past week. All of the guest posts regarding Online Model United Nations (O-MUN) are linked below.
This is the kind of powerful, global, student-driven learning that is possible if we adults are willing to make it happen. As school leaders, we say that we want meaningful, collaborative, cross-border interactions for our youth. We say that we want to empower students to make a difference in the world. Let’s stop talking about it and start doing it. As the O-MUN movement shows us, our children are willing and able to step up and help us…
Connected global youth and the Online Model United Nations movement
The nuts and bolts of online debating
Palestinian-Israeli citizen calling for peace, making her voice heard through Online Model United Nations
Online Model United Nations: Raising our voices
Junior Online Model United Nations: Connecting masters and apprentices
Why do teachers have an excuse when it comes to technology in the classrooms?
Making connected learning the norm: What will it take?
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