As an educator, my favourite, regular destination has been the International School's Island. The island was set up by @shamblesguru and is designed to support mainly k-12 educators with their ongoing professional development challenges. One of the the most popular areas on the island is the three Towers - Curriculum, Information, Technology. In these towers is a growing index of education places in Second Life and probably the most comprehensive collection of education links in Second Life itself [1. International Schools Island]. As well as finding huge amounts of useful information to enhance my CPD, I have attended seminars in the Mountain top retreat and engaged in discussions with other educators.
Second Life for Education is huge and there are numerous opportunities to use it in your educational life. I would suggest going and and having a look at some of the resources i have linked to above. The following will give you a few more ideas... Enjoy your journey :)
Join OLC and Ashford University June 4th in San Diego as we explore our shared responsibility as educators to meet our diverse and changing student populations where they are, and to improve student success in online and digital learning. Share in an open dialogue with other colleagues from around the region.Hear featured speakers Dr. Dale Allen, President and co-founder, DXtera Institute; Dr. Laura Rendón, Professor Emerita, University of Texas-San Antonio; and Clark Shah-Nelson, Assistant…See More
April 25, 2019 by Tom Whitby @tomwhitbyAs adults we generally learn about things that we need to learn about. Of course we also have an opportunity to learn about things we would like to learn about. We do not have anyone assigning us projects, or books or exams for which to prepare. The exception to that would be the job requirements in a job that we have chosen. Theoretically, we work in a job that…See More
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