Posts Tagged ‘module1’

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Bristol Weather Report

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

No Sound. Yet?…

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Lisa, Sophia, Manuela, Thomas

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Lisa, Sophia, Manuela and Thomas’ film from day one of the Engage Module 1 workshops at Watershed in Bristol, UK


Monday, July 26th, 2010


See you soon

Saturday, July 24th, 2010

Hi all.

It’s now gone a few days and the excitement of the week has died a little bit down. I hope you all are going to enjoy the weekend, with a well deserved break. I know that I will.

The week in Bristol went too quickly and I know the Danish group is looking forward to seeing you all in Denmark.

When I am home, then I will send you the entire outlined program for the Danish week. Again as said in Bristol, we will take stock of the program every day and make changes to fit our needs.

Hope to see you all soon.



Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Hi please have a look at the video we made on day one of the course, STARRING Ecki, Wendy, Eric and Casper. Enjoy!

Greater Expectations presentation

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Following on from Kieron Kirkland’s talk this morning, his PowerPoint presentation on the aims and outcomes of FutureLab’s 3 year Greater Expectations research and development project is now available.

Kieron Kirkland’s Greater Expectations presentation

Kieron Kirkland is a Researcher at Futurelab. Futurelab is an independent not-for-profit organisation that is dedicated to transforming teaching and learning, making it more relevant and engaging to 21st century learners through the use of innovative practice and technology.

Go Places! Do Things! presentation

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Following on from Les Compton’s talk this morning his PowerPoint presentation is now available giving further insight into the Go Places! Do Things! website – its objectives, specifications and developments.

Download Les Compton’s Engage presentation

Les Compton is Deputy Head of Youth, Play and Outdoor Education at Bristol City Council is an exciting new website for young people in Bristol aged 13 – 19 and will become the place to find out what to do and where do go in Bristol.

Video from Engage Me

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

My views – The two first days

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Hi everyone.

Now we have been together for two day’s and people are getting to know each other a bit better. I think it’s cool the way that age, gender or nationality does not play a major role in communications with this group.

We have had a couple of very informative days and yet the level of interest is still very, very high. That is a massive compliment to the Bristol organisers and to you as a participant. Well done everyone.

I think everyone is looking forward to the road trip tomorrow and being able to be cooled down. Although a change of venue today was extremely welcomed.

When we facilitators were together in February, it was agreed that a success would be participants getting involved with each other and each other practises. That I can safely say has already begun with much success, so keep it up people, it warms our hearts.

After meeting everyone and trying to chat inventively with you all, I am looking forward to the last couple of days and the weeks to come in Denmark and Germany. I can also see that there can be arranged further activities with our countries and our youths. That would be awesome.

Have a great evening with Pizza and enjoy the moment.

And finally, my mantra is, “It can be done” and yes it can.