On December 1, 2012, at Prague Castle, Partners in Learning announced the teachers and learning activities that won best practices awards at the Global Forum. All of the learning activities were reviewed by an international panel of educators using a 21st century skills rubric.
Congratulations to Partners In Learningand all those who made it to Prague…you are all winners whether you won, were placed or were selected to attend.
Collaboration 1. US – Doing business in Birmingham, Pauline Roberts and Rick Joseph 2. Singapore – Impactful Online Service Learning, Chen Siyun 3. Germany – Creating Fairytale-Radioplays, Holger Fröhlich
Beyond the classroom 1. Jordan – Glimmer of Hope, Ghadeer Obiedat and Rania Obiedat 2. Canada – little hands big world, Devon Caldwell & Leah Obach 3. Brazil – Ecoweb, Margarida Telles da Cruz 3. UK – The Hit Squad, Katie Boothman
Cutting edge use of ICT 1. UK – Kodu in The Klassroom, Nicki Maddams 2. US, “LYNC”ing Distance Learning Math Classes to Blind and Visually Impaired Students, Robin Lowell and Sherry Hah 3. Australia – Playing. Designing. Learning. Using Games and Project-Based Learning to Develop Creative, Innovative and Independent Learners, Alice Leung
Teacher as a change agent 1. Pakistan – Aqua Crunch, Munazza Riaz Butt 2. Nigeria – Rescue Mission, Ayodele Odeogbola 3. Cyprus – Online and Community-Based Research on Recycling Practices, Maria Loizou Raouna