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    "Child-Driven Education"

    I'm curious what people here think of the following techniques for instructing young students Video: http://www.phibetaiota.net/2010/09/ted-sugata-mitra-the-child-driven-education/ http://www.hole-in-the-wall.com http://sugatam.blogspot.com
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    Tosh Plumlee: Timeline

    This inquiry I have did not have an exact fit in this forum, and I decided on Mr. Plumlee's timeline section as being most relevant without searching for an 1/2 hour as to where exactly I should post this. I recently heard Mr. Plumlee on the Expert Witness Radio show from 1999. I then found this document from the Phoenix Journal Express reprinting the San Diego Weekly Reader "I Ran Drugs for Uncle Sam" and noticed a copied map at the end. I do not know if the flight route map issue has been brought up in this forum...or if the idea of transferring that map on to the web as an online map as well as turning it into a Google Earth KMZ file like those posted here at the Google Earth community forum. Thanks (those who care). Examples: + "Terminal Air" animated interactive map of CIA renditions (takes awhile to load...I thought a bug occurred but it was just a slow load process) + CIA rendition map at PBS + Turning data + mapping into public art installation
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    Biography: Jason Liszkiewicz

    The source version of this bio (with accompanying hyper-links & travel photos) is at http://bio.re-configure.org Sorry for posting this hyper-link again..I see there is no way to delete a post.
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    Biography: Jason Liszkiewicz

    The source version of this bio (with accompanying hyper-links & travel photos) is at http://bio.re-configure.org As of February 2010 I was selected as a researcher for the World Water Assessment Program Report for UNESCO, a 'department' of the United Nations. A 40 page link resource with descriptions for each link that was a by-product from my research has been posted to water.re-configure.org. Since January 2008, I have been Executive Director for the 501c3/non-profit Earth Intelligence Network (public intelligence online journal) I recently finished a one year side project researching the "true cost" of a cotton t-shirt and produced a shirt that lists Water, Energy, Travel, Emissions, Pesticides/Toxins, Fertilizer, Import Cost, Labor. As "Chief Scout" for the Earth Intelligence Network, I have poured myself into archiving many links here that include finds on information resources, mobile technology, online learning, simulations, data visualization, documentaries and events. My first published writing came in the summer of 2008 in a book that consisted of over fifty writers entitled "Collective Intelligence: Creating a Prosperous World at Peace" (Free online version and hardback version available). In January of 2006, I made my first presentation in the Washington D.C. area to an audience that consisted of former-CIA, current military intelligence officers, technology corporation executives, journalists, researchers, consultants, and a variety of others. The countries represented spanned from Singapore to South Africa to Canada. Robert Steele organized that event, and as soon as he read a 2004/2005 proposal of mine, he offerred me a speaker position at his conference. The proposal had ideas that now could be expressed as converging GoogleEarth & Secondlife before either of the two were publicly released. In the summer of 2006, I did my second presentation at Boston College for the seventh annual convention for the Media Ecology Association, where Smart Mobs author Howard Rheingold was also a speaker. I have a high interest in the relations between our thinking and health when experiencing media/ multi-media, as well as independent experience, self-guided learning, customization, and being forced to adapt and adopt or conform to defectively designed environments. I have the confidence of being able to walk into new environments, and after learning about the processes and operations, point out potentially innovative possibilities.