Tag: Denmark

Nurturing Democracy: Whitlam Forum

The experience of an educational exchange to Denmark in 2011 continues to provide professional direction about what’s important in the life of a school. During […] 

Northern Lights: The Positive Policy Example

This book is written in the belief that the nations of Scandinavia and Finland, or Nordic Europe*, do continue to provide important living proof that […] 

DNA & My Ancestral Tree

I was adopted as a baby. My adoptive parents made no secret of that fact but never had any information they could share about my […] 

Australia and Denmark

Carsten’s blog post led me to write today.   cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by attila acs In the last […] 

Education and Democracy

cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by Darcy Moore The vibrant student participation at Viborg Katedralskole in the wider life of the […] 

Twitter and Edmodo in Denmark

  You may have read these musings about hashtags and citizenship after the #LondonRiots. This post is a brief reflective piece about a series of […] 

Viborg, Denmark 2011

Opportunities for professional growth and renewal are plentiful, if you work as an educator but rarely does one have the kind of opening to a […] 

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