Learning and Teaching Re-imagined * Future Education Today
Sandra Lund-Diaz, M.Ed., Philanthropy Strategies Global Consulting
Visit our page on Technology in K-12 education to learn why we are so committed to
promoting the United Nation's Information & Technology Competency Framework for
Across the Street or Around the World
Where teachers, principals, tech staff and other faculty can network with their peers, gain access to
resources, mentor and be mentored, and partner their students with others around the world.
Educator Community of Practice
Sign up for a no-obligation demo
to join the educators and education
leaders around the world who
connect their students for improved
academic achievement and outcomes.
US$39 - Annual per-student tuition
Includes teacher training, access to the electronic workspace, and regularly-scheduled videoconferencing
Scholarships are available! Contact us if you are teaching in an economically-disadvantaged
neighborhood and wish to apply for tuition waivers for your students. Click on our scholarship
icon to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bringing together educators - teachers, principals, tech staff and aides - to learn about the model and from each
other. Gain proficiency in the electronic workspace so that the following school cycle classrooms can become
vibrant knowledge-building learning environments where students are partnered around the world.
Sending groups across borders for summer learning.
Connecting students through videoconferencing is fun and exciting. By sharing information about their own
community, personal interests and culture, students form strong bonds. Get a student in front of a webcam
and watch them shine! VIA is a product of e-Solutions, a closed videoconferencing system that assures
secured privacy. It was designed to facilitate remote communications with an interactive and synchronous
online presence for communication and presentation purposes. Our VIA private room allows us to control
the tools and functionalities of the site, such as the white board, upload/download files and videocamera
feeds. Invitations to participate are issued via email, and the sessions can be recorded and accessed for
Electronic Workspace "Knowledge Forum"
Knowledge Forum is an electronic group workspace designed to support the process of knowledge building,
transforming ideas into community knowledge. Students learn about challenges their community faces within
the context of the subject matter being taught. These issues range from climate change to improving services
to a community's residents through technology and open government. When students research issues with
those faced by their partners in other communities, local issues become global.
The Knowledge Forum platform accommodations any number of individuals and groups, where they can share
information, launch collaborative investigations, create multi-media presentations, and build networks of
new ideas…together. The platform can be accessed through the Internet or through a local server, and is
available in multiple languages.
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