IEDRO is an organisation that stores information about the weather that is in danger of being lost. They are always looking for volunteers and would appreciate it if you would encourage your students to volunteer for our programmes. The IEDRO website can be found by clicking on and the Facebook link can be found by clicking here.
Here are some pictures from Ashban’s last field trip to Kraa Almroo, an oilfield in the west of Kuwait.
Bombs found in the field
Ashban in the DC-80 truck (it cost $1.2 million)
162 section 3 students have started producing blogs.
Even though this year the Romanian group is not an active part of the “Sister Classes” Project, we’re still following what’s going on here. I must say I’m impressed with everybody’s work, so congratulations!
I am embedding below a presentation I delivered this week at WCES 2009, a world conference on educational sciences, held in Cyprus. The presentation is based on our experience with this global community of English language practice. I hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂 For any questions you can email me at the address on the last slide.
Keep up the good work!