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Live concert for schools - International European education project

FolkDC live concert in 5 cities and resources for schoolsMusic has been shown to have a…Continue

Started Apr 5, 2013

aPLaNet Conference - Social networks – can we develop without them?

aPLaNet Conference - Social networks – can we develop without them? At : Yedetipe University,…Continue

Started Aug 16, 2012

Invitation to help Web 2.0 ERC European Union Project

Web 2.0 ERC is a new European Union funded education project to help educators who find ICT confusing and difficult to access. You can…Continue

Tags: Lifelong, education, 2.0, learning, European

Started Sep 13, 2010

Using Alternate Reality Games in language education

r.e. European Union funded education projectARGuing for Multilingual Motivation in Web 2.0 (ARGuing) is a European Union education project.The project has created the first use of an Alternate…Continue

Tags: reality, games, based, Alternate, learning

Started Nov 3, 2009


Welcome, Joel Josephson!

Expert in Social networks in education

Founder of the Kindersite Project is being used in 18,000 schools in 157 countries for EFL and ESL. It consists of Games, songs and stories suitable for early learners.

Partner in 14 European Union funded educational projects with an expertise in dissemination and communications over the Internet. The projects are creating resources that can, in most cases, be used globally:

ARGuing project has built a methodology for language educators to use Web 2.0 technology to create and communicate. The project has constructed an Alternate Reality Game for international, multilingual, student, communities to motivate language learning.

Chain Stories - The Chain Stories project is for students, in their first year of language learning, so that they can enjoy creative writing in their mother tongue. They then pass on their story to other schools with other languages, within a language family, for completion.

Lullabies from the Cradle - collected 35 Italian, Czech, Romanian, English, Greek, Turkish and Danish lullabies to stimulate language learning published in a book and CD. See all seven animated Videos here .

Autonomous Language Learning - has built Blended Learning language courses in four European languages (Turkish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian)

Don't Give Up - Too many adult language learners drop-out of language courses, the Dont Give Up project offers language schools, course designers and students 48 ways to learn a foreign language successfully. The project has publishing a book of the Best practices. If you are interested in receiving a FREE copy (subject to limited availability and working in languages in Europe) please contact me directly.

TOOL for Online and Offline Language Learning - has built Blended Learning language courses in five European languages (Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Maltese, Slovene)

The EduComic project will develop web based comics as an alternative instructional medium for learning about literacy and scientific concepts by writing, designing, and publishing original web comic books. -


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Expert in dissemination and social networks

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At 6:53pm on October 13, 2010, Natalya Eydelman said…
Hi Joel!

Thanks for your message. i'll have a look at the website tomorrow (it's almost midnight in Novosibirsk (Russia) where I am at now. Had a very busy day. But certainly will contribute to the project in the next couple of days.
At 5:55pm on October 13, 2010, Natalya Eydelman said…
Hi Joe!

Yes, I made a presentation about using MS Word, blogs and wikis for peer-revision. I have been using blogs for about 5 years now in the course of ICT for ELT I have been teaching at my home university. I have just started using wikis too after having completed my Master's which was devoted to researching different aspects of peer-revision using text editing programs, blogs and wikis. I am very much interested in making my contribution to the project you mentined in your message. Can you give me some more details about it?
At 1:13pm on October 8, 2010, Sirin Soyoz said…
Hi Joel
Thanks for sharing info about this great project. Would you mind sending details to my email address at Sirin.soyoz[at] I am interested in learning details. I hope you'll be able to attend today's session!
At 2:01pm on November 18, 2009, Marina Petrovic said…

Thanks for your message and the project video. Having worked with adult learners for years, I endorse the project wholeheartedly! I just sent you an email on DGU page!
At 11:47am on November 18, 2009, Marina Petrovic said…
Congratulations! You have won a set of the Digital Publishing audio business complete course, consisting of telephoning, meetings and negotiations. Here is the link to the sponsor page Digital Publishing. To claim your prize could you please send your contact details to Tim Darling. We look forward to hearing from you!
At 3:51pm on November 12, 2009, Shelly Terrell said…
Thank you! I'm excited!
At 3:20pm on November 12, 2009, Shelly Terrell said…
What is the topic of your recorded Pecha Kucha?
At 3:20pm on November 12, 2009, Shelly Terrell said…
Thank you Joel!
At 9:55am on November 11, 2009, Holly S. Longstroth said…
Hi Joel! Nice to meet you and welcome to the conference!
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