img class=”size-full wp-image-46733″ title=”bloomberg” src=”http://www.tremeritus.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/bloomberg.jpg” alt=”" width=”176″ height=”241″… (Social media heightened tension between State and civil society http://t.co/6JtH2l4g...
The Big History Project is dedicated to fostering a greater love and capacity for learning among high school students. Started by Bill Gates and David Christian our goal is to get Big History taught to as many students around the world as possible.
Seeking Australian Pilot Schools for 2013- Year 9 Elective History-worth a look at
L'Initiative de Solidarité avec la Société Civile Irakienne (en anglais Iraq Civil Society Solidarity Initiative - ICSSI) veut faciliter le processus de construction de liens concrets de solidarité entre organisations de la société civile...
In the Philanthropy Buzzword Hall of Fame, “Entrepreneurship” and “Innovation” each have their own separate shrines. But do the funders who trumpet these concepts really understand them?
The foregroundeed article contains a discussion of non profits and experimentation and an inquiry into the mutual interdependence of local geogrpahic place and non profit corporations. The written piece draws on recent work at Boston University.
In Syria's cyberwar, the regime's supporters have deployed a new weapon against opposition activists -- computer viruses that spy on them, according to an IT specialist from a Syrian opposition group and a former international aid worker whose...
The Spatial History Project at Stanford puts together some fantastic geovisualization that is an awesome site that allows you or your kids to spatial and temporally the diffusion of Nazi concentration camps. It has some clickable 'GIS-like' layers to help students contextualize the data and to make some important interdisciplinary connections. Originally spotted on http://ushistoryeducatorblog.blogspot.com/
Amazon.com: Learning to Think Spatially: GIS as a Support System in the K-12 Curriculum (9780309092081): Committee on the Support for the Thinking Spatially: The Incorporation of Geographic Information Science Across the K-12 Curriculum, Committee...
The Atlantic CitiesThe Real Boundaries of the Bible BeltThe Atlantic CitiesReligion in America has an unmistakable geographic dimension.
We often hear people in the deep South describe there state as the buckle in the Bible Belt. This map of religiousity in the United States shows a clear Bible Belt with other interesting patterns (with some pertinent political ramifications in an election year).
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