GIN Conference #BAGIN2014 Hashtag Story
Oct31

GIN Conference #BAGIN2014 Hashtag Story

Tweets from many different users, who are not necessarily following each other on Twitter,  can be connected via a HASHTAG. A hashtag is recognized and created by using the “#” sign on Twitter. Storify, is a tool, that allows you to create a story from individual tweets by searching a #hashtag. Take a look at the storyfied #BAGIN2014 hashtag to get an idea of what was going on at the first day of the GIN conference. [View...

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Marina Mansilla Hermann Keynote @ GIN Buenos Aires
Oct31

Marina Mansilla Hermann Keynote @ GIN Buenos Aires

Marina Mansilla Hermann delivered an inspiring keynote presentation to GIN (Global Issues Network) Conference in Buenos Aires, Argenina. Social entrepreneur in the field of environmental sustainability, with 20 years of work inspiring, supporting and mobilizing youth to address the challenges of sustainable development and promoting youth participation in sustainability policy and decision making at the international and national...

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Covering, Documenting and Archiving a Conference Via Social Media
Oct29

Covering, Documenting and Archiving a Conference Via Social Media

by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano, AASSA’s Social Media Coordinator Transforming traditional conference experiences?… learning collaboratively in physical spaces…socially… synchronously… face to face… experiences that spill over into asynchronous learning over geographic distances, time zones and time periods?…. conference archives… conference (Institutional) memories… Those thoughts...

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A Tour of the American School of Quito
Oct25

A Tour of the American School of Quito

American of Quito School Tour from AASSA on Vimeo.

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The Benefits of an International Education
Oct24

The Benefits of an International Education

by Jeff Lippman, Middle School Principal at Graded- The American School of São Paulo, Brazil. The following post was cross-posted to his Lead Learner blog.   I have an interesting family that has deeply shaped my vision of diversity. My mom is a Hungarian immigrant and my dad is a first generation American. My brother married a Hungarian, my sister a Nigerian, and I am married to a Brazilian. When we have family reunions it is a...

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