Comics Go Global is an exciting project that brings together young comic book creators from around the world. Over seven weeks, particpants work together to develop a finished comic that reflects their interests and/or who they are in the world. As well as being a great way to create a comic book, this project is …Read more →
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Australasian Association of Distance Education Schools Australasian Awards
Recognised Excellence in Distance Education at the 2011 ADDES Conference in Hobart.
Winners of AADES Awards for 2011
AADES Australasian Distance Education Project Award winner is Skoolaborate / Art Crimes – Mark Kent DECV, Susan Connell CSDE, Chris Knowlman BSDE.
This award is presented annually to a …Read more →
The Skoolaborate team consisting of Mark Kent Assistant Principal of the Distance Education Centre Victoria, Susan Connell, Head of Senior School at Cairns School of Distance Education and Chris Knowlman, Head of Department, Virtual and School Services Brisbane School of Distance Education presented Skoolaborate / Art Crimes project at The Hutchins School on the …Read more →
While Antoine met the Victorian students at Melbourne airport and Chris met his Queensland group at Brisbane airport Susan, Daniel and I prepared the outdoor area where we would physically construct the mural and menu planned with chef Yoss and checked out the sleeping quarters.
The kids arrived around 3pm dumped their bags and we …Read more →
I am writing to you in my capacity as the Assistant Principal of the Distance Education Centre Victoria (DECV), executive member of the Australasian Association of Distance Education Schools (AADES) and co-leader of an innovative collaborative national curriculum project called Art Crimes.
Art Crimes is a project currently being successfully implemented using ICT and Virtual …Read more →
On December 1, 2010, the World Affairs Council hosted an event in the Skoolaborate Social Action Forum. We were very happy to have students in the Seattle area as well as students and educators in Sydney logged in to participate!
Our expert speaker, Greg Tuke, challenged participants to think about how to maximize their …Read more →
The Frontier Learning Network superintendent and assistant superintendent are presenting this week at the Oregon School Boards Association conference in Portland. The theme of the presentation is Expanding Course Offerings in Rural Schools. Located in a rural and remote area of Oregon where the four-legged animals outnumber the two-legged ones, some high schools only have …Read more →
“Second Life Airport was built by DobbySEGUK, it was built because i have a great interest in aviation and hope to become a pilot once i have finished college. The Airport as you can see from the photos is based on Airports i have visited over the past year, at the current time …Read more →
Westley and I attended this year’s Virtual World Conference in Second Life as presenters to discuss pedagogy, experiences and how the dissolution of the Teen Grid affects the educational community. We tried to cover as many of our partner projects as possible in the time we were given, and left about 20 minutes for questions …Read more →