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We are following global travelers Morella Koifman and Raul Sotillo to India and Nepal. They are sharing views of people creating multiple uses to bicycles. Creative local transportation of products. These images are being used to have a discussion and conversation in a International Business Management course. – Outdoors University
Photoblogging is becoming popular in face-to-face and online courses thanks to apps, tablets, and smartphones. We have expanded our outdoors learning curation of topics to Flipboard.
#GreenLeaders learn outdoors. Bali’s Green School is the most eco-friendly and sustainable school in the world. 🍏🏫♻️
Learn more about Bali’s Green School www.greenschool.org
Learn from the experts, Anna and Ella, how to recycle everything in your Scout camp and beyond.
Outdoors workers are needed in many areas to keep and improve infrastructure in cities. This is an example of outdoors cleaning in cities. #CityManagement #WasteManagement
Discussion: Cities have employees or outsource these services. Find out how it is done in your community. What Sustainable Development Goals are covered with this kind of work? Share your findings. Add links or videos.
How this post is being used in a discussion in an International Business course.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
The news of a stolen bike was announced when a new biking trip between Barcelona and Madrid was ready to start. This is a lesson from adversity and how these storms strengthen our vision and goals. The sun will shine again. @vamospedalenado is an example and an inspiration to many people who follow his adventures. His photos, chronicles, and outdoors wisdom will continue. Follow him, share his photos, and donate to help him in getting a new bike. – Outdoors University.
Click here, donate, and write your comments of encouragement. We need him biking again soon! https://www.classy.org/campaign/vamospedaleando-juntos/c159221
A friend opened an account to receive donations. Click link below.
[ESP] Una amiga hizo un gofundme con su organización donde la gente está donando.
How this post was used in the International Business Management class. Global social responsibility, Sustainable Development Goals, EcoTurismo, Security, and City Management
Problem-based learning (PBL) is integrated at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington, DC, at every grade level—pre-K through eighth grade. Students are presented with a real-world problem, undertake a series of investigations, and create a product that they present to an authentic audience as part of the Expeditionary Learning (EL) Education framework.
PBL enables the school to reach all learners. “There are multiple entry points,” explains Julia Tomasko, a fourth-grade teacher. “It’s easy to scaffold [PBL] for students who need more support, and the sky’s the limit for extensions.”
Curated by International Business Management students
Because of science literacy, our students are active learners who ask questions. They have a sense of curiosity. They’re able to take that curiosity and go do something with it.
Teachers wanted to collaborate to blend expertise in content, so we developed the science literacy to give teachers time to collaborate with each other and with kids, to identify a problem and go out and figure out how to solve it.
Curated by International Business Management students.