Integrating blogs to Global Learning News

After years of blogging in the Learning Edge we have moved beyond to several media and social media networks. You can see all online educational resources vie Lepervanche Network ( In order to simplify our blogs and other video resources we are integrating most of the under Global Learning News (


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We need fewer exams and more wilderness in education | Teacher Network | The Guardian

And evidence shows connecting with nature really works. Free play in the outdoors is good for social and emotional development, improves self-awareness, and makes children more co-operative.

Source: We need fewer exams and more wilderness in education | Teacher Network | The Guardian

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On 60 Minutes, the impact of TED Talks

On 18 minutes or less, the impact of TED Talks in life, justice, and education. TEDx and TED Ed give more opportunities to expand knowledge. #TEDKnowledge

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On tonight’s episode of 60 Minutes, a segment called “TED Talks” tells the story of three TED speakers whose talks rippled out into the world, transforming their own lives as well as the lives of many people who watched. Amy Cuddy shared a deeply personal story that sparked her research into “power posing”; Bryan Stevenson used his talk to raise awareness about legal injustice; and Maysoon Zayid hopes her talk helped give disabled people a new voice.

This 60 Minutes segment was more than a year in the making. Producer Henry Schuster tells the TED Blog that the idea for the story snuck up on him and co-producer Rachael Kun Morehouse.

“If we’re thinking about doing a story on somebody, we talk to them and we try to look at video of them to see if [they] have passion. TED Talks are a great thing to look…

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60 Minutes previews “TED’s excellent adventure”

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On Sunday night, 60 Minutes will take a look at what they call “TED’s excellent adventure.” In a segment to air on April 19 at 7pm ET/PT, the powerhouse television newsmagazine will talk to TED speakers to find out exactly what happens when their big ideas are shared with the world for free.

TED's excellent advantureIn the first preview of the segment, which aired during CBS This Morning (thumbnail left), Charlie Rose talks to Bryan Stevenson, who gave one of the most powerful TED Talks of all time. And yet, the human rights lawyer admits that he wasn’t sure what to think when he was asked to speak at the TED2012 conference. The conference was two weeks before he was to argue a case in front of the US Supreme Court, and he didn’t want to take time away from those preparations.

“I had never heard of TED and didn’t know what…

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The River @TEDxJax Salon


Picture by David Johnson. @DavidRises: Dr. White on River: “We’ve come a long way. I’m encouraged.” #TEDxJAX @JacksonvilleU #TEDTalks #ilovejax @TEDxJax

Another great TEDxJacksonville Salon related to improving our city. One of the discussion groups focused on The River. Dr. Quint White facilitated a discussion about ideas to embrace, protect, and enjoy our St Johns River.

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Testing App in IPhone – Local Parks


Visit your local parks. They are hidden in your neighborhoods and sometimes barely used. Encourage your local authorities to have more and bring your children to them. Enjoy the outdoors. #outdoorlearningadventures

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Be Outside of the Box! Analyze, Evaluate, Create

Be Outside the Box! Analyze, Evaluate, Create. (vs Remember, Understand, Apply)

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Be Outside the Box! Analyze, Evaluate, Create. (vs Remember, Understand, Apply)

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