Based on her paper Global Language Learning in the 21st Century: Developing Global, Linguistic and Cultural Competencies at Project Zero Perspectives: Thinking and Learning in the 21st Century, American School in London, London, England (October 4-6, 2013) — Project Zero is an educational research group at the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. Project Zero’s mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels. Project Zero conferences are produced in collaboration with the Center for the Advancement and Study of International Education (CASIE).
All posts by Mary Carney
English Brown Bag Series Presents: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant | Adaptive Learning Marketing Acceleration Program (ALMAP)
Facilitated by: Karen Redding
Monday, March 24, 2014 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Dahlonega | Library Technology Center, Room 162
Gainesville | Dunlap Mathis, Room 137
Oconee | Classroom 312/VC2
In June of this year, University of North Georgia was awarded a $99,999 grant to work with adaptive learning technologies in developmental courses, particularly English 0099, Reading 0099, and ESL. Dr. Kris Roney and Karen Redding, project co-directors, will explain the purpose of the grant, share the goals and structure of the UNG project, as well as discuss the potential scaling up of the program to use in English composition and developmental and entry-level math courses.
If you are interested in attending this workshop, please register by clicking the link below. Or, send the name of the workshop and the campus on which you will attend to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
English Brown Bag Series: Applying GIS to Literary Study
Facilitated by: Anastasia Turner
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
12:00 – 1:00 pm
Cumming | University Center 262
Dahlonega | Stewart Student Success Center 260
Gainesville | Nesbitt 5105
Oconee | Classroom 312/VC2
This brown bag will explore the ways using Geographic Information Sciences can open up possibilities in literary analysis, pedagogy, and undergraduate research. To do so, Stacy Turner will discuss the FUSE project she and student John Dees completed in Summer 2013. Her presentation will also touch on the process of applying for funding, utilizing student workers, and generating ideas for interdisciplinary research. The session will devote time to discussion and work-shopping of other creative research ideas.
To sign up for the workshop above, please register by clicking the link below. Or, send the name of the workshop and the campus on which you will attend to: email@example.com.