We are delighted to announce two workshops have been accepted for 5th Edition of the Personal Learning Environments (PLE) Conference 2014:
“Personal Learning and assessment – Using open badges to recognize informal learning in the RadioActive101 project”, Angela Rees and Andreas Auwaerter
“Personal Learning and assessment – Recognising transferable skills in a community internet radio project”, Angela Rees and Andreas Auwaerter
Santos, Sílvio Correia, Brites, Maria José, Jorge, Ana, Catalão, Daniel, Navio, Catarina. “Online radio for the empowerment of young audiences: from systematic analysis to radio participation”. 5th Conference from the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)
I’ve been invited on behalf of our RadioActive activities to host a show at the BamRadioNetwork (http://www.bamradionetwork.com). The BAMRADIONETWORK has opened a new channel called pulse. This show is entitled RadioActive Re:Bell Edition. Re:Bell stands for Reflexive:Bell and is a dedicated conversational format for the radio-activities.
You can listen here:
The BamRadioNetwork. Pulse in its words:
“Pulse is a social radio network focused exclusively on the education community.
Pulse is the first all-education radio social network where the collective wisdom of the education community can be heard anytime, anyplace, anywhere – unfiltered and uninterpreted.
Pulse is where amazing but previously unheard voices can be discovered and come together to begin collaborating out loud.
Pulse is a place where any educator from any part of the education village can hear and share right alongside the most influential voices in education.
Pulse is where you go to hear the real, untold stories about what’s going right in our schools and classrooms everyday, directly from the people who work in those classrooms.
Pulse is where you go to hear what educators across the field are really thinking, feeling, talking about, sharing, doing, and preparing for the future.
Pulse is where you can break out of the echo chamber and hear the full spectrum of voices that make up the education community.
Pulse is where you can hear the authentic voice and true heartbeat of the education community worldwide.
Simply said, Pulse is where any educator can host his or her own radio show on BAM Radio and be part of the amazing community that makes up the BAM Radio Network.
Why Pulse? Because to find the best ways to prepare our children for the future…
Every Educator’s Voice Should Be Heard™”
See more at:
So we have an additional channel.
The School of Performing Arts at UEL is increasingly involved in the project and setting up an additional hub that will make further links with existing and new community organisations. Some exciting collaborations are planned between the young people in the youth organisations and music technologists at UEL.
13th February is World Radio Day, a day to celebrate radio. UNESCO promoted several activities that you can find on the UNESCO website.
RadioActive project partners will also celebrate this day, with a live broadcast from Koblenz, Germany. Soon we will have more information.
Radio Active was present at Online Educa, Berlin in December 2013. As well as Presentations and Talks, RadioActive was also part of the Project ShowCase at the stand of the European Commission.
The European Commission collated its results at a dedicated website, which is available here.