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Mrs Kling

One of my proudest moments as a teacher were when Mrs Kling (a robot that my students built) got recognition. What was special about this project was the fact that we were the underdogs and knew nothing about robots (myself included) and it took a team of 10 kids and 4 teachers to make this …

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Game based learning a perspective from 3 continents.

I’ve enjoyed interacting with educators from different continents around game based learning. The webinar was hosted by  #LEARNWithTeacher with panelists Talitha Amalia of Solve Education!, Indonesia; Amanda Calitz of University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; and Sonia Michaels of DigiPen Institute of Technology, USA. We are almost going live! Are you ready? @AsiaLearntech https://t.co/l7DD99tew0 pic.twitter.com/oXLX5joCUJ — Amanda Calitz #MIEFellow #techwomen20_21 (@AmandaCalitz) August 26, 2020 …

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There is no point in teaching if you are not learning alongside your students.

I met Gizelle in 2018 and soon realized that she is an awesome teacher and a great person. Since I started this blog I thought that I had to ask her to share her story because she is an inspiration. Gizelle has the ability to see an opportunity and grab it with both hands. If …

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Webinar on the pedagogy of online and offline Games-based learning

I was thrilled to get the invitation from LearnTech Asia to be a panelist on their upcoming Webinar on 26 August at 5:00 am SAST. I will share the floor with Sonia Michaels and Talitha Amalia. We will share tips on essential features of instructional games, how to use games to improve learners engagement and choosing …

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