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Education Fast Forward – Debate 5 – From Learner Voice to Global Peace

- August 24, 2012 - 0 Comments

This debate took place across 14 coutries with 18 Cisco TelePresence rooms and featured 23 students who debated the topic following an initial presentation give my  Jeremy Gilley.

Jeremy Gilley leads Peace One Day, a global collaboration addressing the challenges of conflict facing the world. Through focusing on making one day of peace in the year, Peace One Day is establishing a foothold in building a more peaceful world.

EFF5 examined the challenges and potential of Learner Voice. It reflected on the development of Peace One Day and investigated the potential for development of student action to make a major positive impact on conflict reduction and resolution. Presentations and debate were led by Jeremy Gilley of Peace One Day and Michael Furdyk of TakingITGlobal, as well as three specially selected student presenters. Further invited student debaters and guests contributed to the debate from across the world. The event was moderated by education and technology advisor, Gavin Dykes. Explore Planet’s EFF pages, read the presenters’ blog posts and be moved to action too!

Watch a recording of EFF

Read more about Education Fast Forwrward here  http://www.prometheanplanet.com/en-gb/professional-development/best-practice/education-fast-forward/

You can view the recording of the event rendered and publish using Cisco’s Show and Share by clicking on the following link.  This version uses Cisco Pulse Analytics to add a colour coded timeline which identifies each speaker and also adds a key work index

https://cisco-sns.cisco.com/vportal/VideoPlayer.jsp?ccsid=C-a78b9efb-0608-4638-97d2-cb3768c4554f:2#

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