The Solutions Site for Kids is a website that provides young people tools, puzzles, games, and contests to help young people learn about the important work presented in the main Solutions Site. Created by the Horizon International, the Solutions Site for Kids includes some case studies from the main page, which have been adapted to be used by students and teachers. In addition, this site is a place to learn about solutions around the world that have been discovered by youth. Youth are invited to submit solutions as well.
Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 is a very extensive article that compares Online education resources to in-person learning programmes, compares different approaches to learning in it's various forms, and provides some intriquing insights about where the filed of open resources is headed.
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Learning about action learning: database of selected initiatives is a database that contains a collection of project profiles that were reviewed for the learning about action-learning research project. Each profile is based on a case study, and has been structured to enable comparison across the different case studies. The profiles also draw out different approaches being used for reflective learning, which are not unique and have been adapted to suit the contexts they are working in.
PreventAIDS South Africa (SA) is a media project that was established in 1999 to help lessen the public's stigmatisation of people living with HIV/AIDS and to raise money for children and orphans affected by HIV/AIDS. The project achieves its vision by pairing the photographs of famous South Africans with people living with AIDS in an effort to personalise the disease, offer solidarity and hope, and decrease the stigmatisation.