Steve Walker

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Uniting Humanity

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For the last 3 days I’ve been at a workshop in Dublin as part of a Scarman Trust project Uniting Humanity. The workshop brought together activist/adult educators working on a range of perspectives and issues (including anti-slavery, climate change and labour rights) to develop ideas of advocacy and global citizenship. The workshop was organised around ‘micro-teaching’ activities prepared by workshop participants, to share both content and practices. Discussions around these activities were always stimulating.

I picked up the URLs of some useful web sites which I’ve just tagged with (see right, for the time being). The project tried to use Moodle to support working between the workshops, without a great deal of success and are now moving to Blackboard at the University of Gavle in Sweden.

Among other things I’ve learned is that flickr, in Dutch, is (or at least is a homophone for) an derogatory term for a gay…


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March 21, 2007 at 11:51 pm

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