Sunday, September 27, 2015
When you visit your Out of Eden Learn page today you may notice that students from our walking party have responded to your post. It is your turn to do the same. Follow the instructions above. When you are done read the article "Sole Brothers" (above link). Tell me 3 things you thought of when reading the article (post your response).
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 1:00 PM
I thought this would be an interesting Where In The World (WITW) assignment to begin the year with as it is located close to Burlington. I also thought this structure might be interesting for those of you who are budding artists and design students. Some of you may not know that Toronto has a university (OCAD - Ontario College of Art and Design) where you may choose to explore your creative talents when you graduate high school. You are to focus on The Sharp Centre for Design while researching.
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 12:49 PM
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Monday, September 21, 2015
Friday, September 18, 2015
Monday, September 14, 2015
Open the above link and explore this challenge. Let me know if you are interested in participating.
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 5:05 PM
We are on Footstep 1: Setting Off of our adventure.
Open the first link and watch a short video in which Paul Salopek explains why he is taking a seven-year walk around the world.
The second link is a Dialogue Toolkit which assists you in your responses to posts.
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 4:15 PM
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Paul Salopek's Intro Message, Recorded from the Trail in Turkey, August 2014 from Out of Eden Learn on Vimeo.
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 7:47 AM
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Who are you?
Where are you coming from?
Where are you going?
"These three questions are a feature of the milestones that help string together Paul Salopek's steps around the world: he poses them to the nearest human being he encounters each time he progresses one hundred miles (160km)."
Paul Salopek began his epic journey around the world on foot in 2013. He began his journey in Ethiopia and will complete his journey at the southern tip of South America some time in 2020.
We are going to join in with thousands of school children across the world and follow Paul's journey in real time. Our class will be participating in "walking parties" made up of approximately 6 different classes from around the world. We will interact with one another, complete activities, and share work on an "exciting digital platform."
"So sit awhile at the campfire, and warm your hands."
Posted by anotherfinekettleoffish at 5:50 PM