Archive | October, 2012

Overcoming Diversity Deeper than the Digital Divide

This 6 minute video was the introduction to a plenary session at the 2nd Annual mEducation Alliance International Symposium 2012: Partnering for Scale & Impact in Sept 2012. It highlights the plight of left-out learners, globally, outlines the development history of ‘shell books’ over the past 23 years, demonstrates the features of the Shellbook Publishing [...]

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The Story of Olol Ngojine

The key concepts used in this shell were from Cambodia. They were discussed and adapted by Olchorro, a Maasai community in Kenya, during a Shellbook localization training workshop facilitated by World Vision’s Pierre Biscaye in the summer of 2012. View this publication on CalaméoPublish at Calaméo or browse the library.   After a thorough discussion [...]

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Designing a New Learning Environment

Welcome to the new shellbook blog. I’ll be posting the ‘About’ and other pages next week with more details on the purpose, etc, but I had to get the site launched today. The Stanford Online course described below begins on Monday. But here’s the skinny on what you need to know about this site for [...]

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