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Reformation 2.0

above:  the statues of the Four Reformers from the Reformation Wall in Geneva, Switzerland:  William Farel, John Calvin, Theodore Beza, John Knox.  Did you know that even though Martin Luther started the Reformation in Germany, that he was persecuted in … Continue reading

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Thinking More Deeply about the Role of Technology in the IB Programs, ECIS Ed Tech Conference Munich 2015

  On Sunday March 22, 2015, I attended a session at the ECIS Ed Tech 2015 Conference entitled “Thinking More Deeply about the Role of Technology in the IB Programs“.  The speakers were Pilar Quezzaire from the IBO, Alan Preis … Continue reading

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Planning to copy my writing for a PYP Workshop Certificate?

Dear Mr F B Khan, An online PYP workshop facilitator has alerted me that you’re copying my PYP blog posts including images with my name on it that I personally made, and handing them in as your own assignments. Some … Continue reading

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