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Transforming Higher Education for a Sustainable Society. Hackschooling makes me happy: Logan LaPlante at TEDxUniversityofNevada. Ucation Resources Information Center. New Opportunity to Join the Zapatista Freedom School. A few days ago, Zapatista Subcomandante Moises sent a communiqué with updates about the upcoming Zapatista Freedom School, to be held from August 12-16 in the Zapatista Autonomous Communities (“caracoles”, which is the Spanish name of “snails’ conchs” referring to the spiral of History).

New Opportunity to Join the Zapatista Freedom School

A total of 1,700 students from across all the continents will be attending, from South Africa to Canada, as far away to Brazil or Germany. Due to the high demand, new School cycles will be opened in December. To the ones who cannot travel to Chiapas, the Freedom School Workshops will be globally broadcasted by their special team of Zapatista sisters and brothers of independent media who will be responding your questions via “chat”, but you must have an invitation and a key number. There will be at least two different schedules, one for the Americas time zones and another one for the other sides of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Here is the complete communique translated into English: The Zapatistas' first school opens for session.

Yesterday, 1,700 students from around the world enrolled in the first Zapatistas school, held at the University of the People’s Land of Chiapas.

The Zapatistas' first school opens for session

(WNV/Moysés Zúñiga Santiago) Last December, tens of thousands of indigenous Zapatistas mobilized, peacefully and in complete silence, to occupy five municipal government office buildings in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. That same day, which coincided with the end of one cycle on the Maya calendar, Zapatistas released a communiqué, asking, “Did you hear it?” Education and Critical Thinking Documentaries. A World At School. Teach C.R.E.A.T.E. Center for Anti-Oppressive Education.

Research, sustainability and learning. EDU. Demand the Impossible! La Educación Prohibida - Película Completa HD. Reevo. Where Your Class Meets The World. Green School.

7 Free Education Websites You Don't Want to Miss. 1.

7 Free Education Websites You Don't Want to Miss

COURSERAWHAT Coursera strives to make education accessible to anyone.HOW Free courses online from world-class universities, including Princeton University and the University of Michigan. The topics are varied, and lectures are formatted into series of 15-minute-long clips. BONUS POINTS Freedom is the name of the game: students can watch videos at their convenience and in their own time. 2. UDACITY WHAT A free education website for brainy types, founded by four Stanford roboticists. 3. 4. 5. 6. Share what you know. Udacity - 21st Century University. Free Courses. Learn Science at Nature. Scitable is a free science library and personal learning tool brought to you by Nature Publishing Group, the world's leading publisher of science.

Learn Science at Nature

Scitable currently concentrates on genetics and cell biology, which include the topics of evolution, gene expression, and the rich complexity of cellular processes shared by living organisms. Scitable also offers resources for the budding scientist, with advice about effective science communication and career paths. Globaïa. Europe > Welcome. Proposal for MIT Global Environment Initiative seeks public comment. As the world’s population continues to expand, our natural resources will become increasingly strained.

Proposal for MIT Global Environment Initiative seeks public comment

In an effort to find sustainable solutions for the planet’s growing population while minimizing environmental impacts, MIT’s Environmental Research Council (ERC) has put forward a detailed implementation plan to establish a Global Environmental Initiative to complement the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). The interdisciplinary, faculty-led council presented the plan to the MIT community last Thursday in a forum held at the Kirsch Auditorium in the Stata Center. Council members outlined an initiative that would bring together MIT’s “core strengths” across campus to help solve the world’s pressing environmental challenges, from mitigating climate change to curbing contamination and maintaining fresh water supplies.

In the areas of climate and oceans, MIT already has a strong foundation of interdisciplinary collaboration. Sustainable Development – Earth Charter Initiative. Principle 14 of the Earth Charter emphasizes the importance of “Integrating into…education and life-long learning the knowledge, values, and skills needed for a sustainable way of life”.

Sustainable Development – Earth Charter Initiative

Education is fundamental to the mission of Earth Charter Initiative. ECI has therefore created the Earth Charter Center for Education for Sustainable Development at the University for Peace in Costa Rica. The Center deepens students’ and program participants’ understanding of sustainability vision and practice, and build the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values they need to shape a sustainable future. Kamana Naturalist Training Program Public Homepage - Kamana Onli. Education for Sustainability.

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