Resources for my Ignite Presentation January 15, 2014

Here are some links to more information about Kiva and Classroom Champions.

Kiva

 www.kiva.org

@kiva on Twitter

KivaU-site for students and educators.  The educator site has links to K-12 and post secondary lesson plans (which are fabulous!)

http://www.kiva.org/do-more/kivau/intro

My blog posts about Kiva

http://teacherdiana.com/the-story-of-how-i-found-my-joy/

http://teacherdiana.com/our-kiva-project/

http://teacherdiana.com/i-can-help-you-with-that/

http://teacherdiana.com/the-kiva-ninja-movie/

Bill Ferriter’s Wiki on Microloans with lesson plans and tons of information:

http://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/w/page/17791571/Microloans

Bill Ferriter’s Blog:  @plugusin on Twitter

http://blog.williamferriter.com

Kristen Goggin’s blog (she’s a math teacher in an all boys middle school who uses Kiva as a huge part of her math program.  Check out her blog, its fabulous!)  @gogogoggin on Twitter

http://www.kristengoggin.com

Inspiring folks from the Kiva family:

Jonathan’s blog about his walk across America to raise awareness for Kiva: @kivawalk on Twitter

http://www.kivawalk.com

Jake of Nuru International-profoundly inspiring story and truly making progress in the fight against global poverty @iamnuru on Twitter

http://www.nuruinternational.org

Bob Harris-author of “The International Bank of Bob” amongst other amazing achievements  @bobharrisdotcom on Twitter

http://www.bobharris.com

There are so many other amazing people and resources for Kiva.  I will add to the list as I have time.

 

Classroom Champions

http://www.classroomchampions.org

@classroomchamps on twitter

Steve Mesler

http://www.stevemesler.com

 

I have a blog post about Classroom Champions in the works, I’ll post it here when it is finished.

Feel free to contact me for further information about Kiva or Classroom Champions, I can point you in the right direction 🙂

 

 

 

 


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Resources for my Ignite Presentation January 15, 2014 — 2 Comments

  1. This is so cool. What a great resource! I have added your blog to my RSS feed reader and am so grateful that we’ve had the opportunity to connect. Keep doing great work and sharing it with us all.

    • Hey Philip! I’ve said it many times, but it’s worth saying again-I’m so glad we could connect at ISTE. You have so much to share and I look forward to connecting/discussing the PBL book (when I get time to read it!). Thanks for reaching out and commenting on my blog, it’s the kick in the pants I need to get blogging again.

      All the best!
      Diana

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