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5 Powerful Learning Opportunities Using WorldVuze in YOUR class!

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The Webinar:
Join The Critical Thinking Consortium’s (TC2) Dr. Garfield Gini-Newman for a 1-hour interactive webinar. Explore 5 easy to use activities you can bring to your classroom to leverage the WorldVuze platform to create powerful learning opportunities that can help cultivate critically thinking, creative, collaborative, and globally-minded students and help you achieve your curriculum goals, whether you have 15 minutes of class time or a larger unit to work with.

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Professor Garfield Gini- Newman

As national senior consultant with The Critical Thinking Consortium and associate professor at OISE/University of Toronto, Garfield has worked with thousands of teachers across grades and subjects. Previously he was a teacher and curriculum consultant and has led major projects exploring the use of digital technologies to enhance critical, creative and collaborative thinking. Garfield speaks across Canada and internationally, has authored eight books and several chapters in books and articles. He has also taught in the faculties of education at York University and the University of British Columbia. His most recent book, Creating Thinking Classrooms, is into its fifth printing and is being used in schools across Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

Powerful Learning Webinar Series
The Critical Thinking Consortium (TC2) and WorldVuze ( are teaming up to bring the best of pedagogy and technology together in this webinar series. In these interactive 1-hour webinars, world-class facilitators from The Critical Thinking Consortium will provide frameworks and pedagogical strategies to help K-12 educators foster critically thinking, creative, collaborative, and globally-minded students by leveraging the WorldVuze platform.

Cost: This first "Powerful Learning" webinar is Free of charge
Following Additional Webinars will be offered during the 2016-17 school year at a cost of $15 each/educator (times TBD)

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