Blog: November 2013

Eliminate the Box

November 23, 2013

This has been an evolutionary five weeks on the road. Like an explorer from days of old, I have embarked on a journey—five weeks in length—from The Hague working with IBO and speaking at the IBAEM Conference, developing curriculum with teachers in Sumatra, advancing service learning with administrators at the EARCOS School Heads Conference in […]

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A Matter of Time

November 10, 2013

Several years ago I had a conversation with Elizabeth Lindsey, a remarkable woman and National Geographic Explorer. She relayed an event that occurred as she was filming in Satawal, a remote island in Micronesia. She was literally running across the island to meet her film crew when a palu, a Satawalese navigator-priest, walked toward her. He […]

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Service Learning: On the International Road Again

November 6, 2013

Five weeks on the road. Two weeks so far provide evidence of the keen and growing interest in service learning as a desired and meaningful pedagogy—worldwide. Highlights provide the big picture. First stop: The Hague. This two part experience included consulting with the International Baccalaureate Programme at their headquarters, collaborating with a small team of […]

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