NAPW is committed to undoing decades of misinformation and political posturing about pregnancy and drug use. From traditional tools such as press releases, to producing and and delivering creative Power Point presentations, we are getting our message out. NAPW takes every opportunity to expose the propaganda behind destructive and dehumanizing stereotypes about pregnant women and drug users, and to challenge anti-abortion and drug war policies as divisive and diversionary tactics designed to distract Americans from common values and concerns.
Inspirational, funny and creative Powerpoint presentation by , using illustrated graphs for depicting facts about Germany. Some true, some… not so much.
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Learning Circles represent a good way for pupils and teachers from different countries to collaborate at the same project via IT tools. The projects can be chosen and implemented in one of 2 sessions: September 30th, 2015 - January 15th, 2016 or January 30th, 2016 - May 25th, 2016. During them the participants are offered a great variety of themes to choose from. (Computer Chronicles, Places and Perspectives, Mind Works, My Hero, My City and Me…) Learning Circle Projects are very well organized and every step is explained in details. Teachers keep track of project work by sending a weekly Circle Update message that helps everyone to be informed about what is happening in each classroom involved in the same project.
Task 2: Computer Chronicles and My Hero are the projects I have chosen. They seem very interesting and fit perfectly our curriculum. I found very creative power point presentations, videos, questionnaires and essays on the blog of the Computer Chronicles Project from September 2014 – December 2014 where were involved participants from six countries: Ukraine, Slovenia, Taiwan, Pakistan, Jordan and the USA. I also was impressed by My Hero 2015 done by Jim Lamoureux from Ontario, Canada and My Hero by Gheorghe Taran, Causeni, Moldova. I appreciated the heroes that pupils had chosen and the creative ways of presenting them.