Wednesday, December 2, 2015

November rundown of the most read posts





Expo Grand Palais, Paris

Since November 30 until December 11, COP2015 is taking place in Paris. The eyes of the world are on Paris. 

Arts and green creative are showing their engagement on their artistic work.

Du 4 au 10 décembre, la nef du Grand Palais accueille une grande exposition à l'occasion de la COP21.




Solutions COP21 est un dispositif inédit multi-acteurs de valorisation des solutions pour le climat, une exposition depuis le 30 novembre 2015 au Grand Palais.
L’objectif est de montrer à un large public les multiples produits, services, process et innovations existants et en projet à travers le monde pour lutter contre le dérèglement climatique et ses impacts. 


COP21 Paris in Arts
création : Wen Fang
Expo au Grand Palais

COP21 : quand l'art s'engage: Performances, expos en marche de la COP21 des artistes à la green attitude nous mène sur leurs chemins poétiques et engagés. A voir la galerie images et musées Paris ici
Wonder on November. So many interesting educational resources I shared with my usual readers!


Here are the most popular posts of the last month:

Schools : Bicentenary of George Boole 

Educational App 4 Science : DNA Play 

Education : World Science Day for Peace and Developement 2015

Éducation : On parle musique? Adolphe Sax 

Schools : Talking about International Day for Tolerance

Ensino : Guerra das Estrelas, um recurso digital imperdível! 

Escolas : Visitas de Estudo : O Principezinho, filme animação 

Schools : UNESCO photo contest to promote sport values 


I know, the eyes of schools are on Paris. Teachers and students are working on climate change. Education is the most powerful way to continue developing green generations.

Hope you are enjoying your classes. And of course you have new ideas include digital resources, as animated movies, apps and social media to enhance the curriculum you are teaching. 

Christmas is approaching. Google Santa Tracker is online! These are the last two weeks of school time before Christmas season.

So, be brave, wherever you are, you have a challenging job. Be creative! Don't lose your joy and spontaneity of teaching. 

Teaching is a challenging work with many unique frustrations, but the rewards of are numerable. Keep that in mind. 

I'm back to posting the normal roundup every week. 

G-Souto 

02.12.2015
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