Kidlink Conference

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Welcome to Kidlink’s First Online Conference!
October 31 (Sat)  – November 1 (Sun)! 

Application form

The conference strives to show Kidlink global project examples. Our projects promote dialogue among students and teachers from different countries and cultures. 

You are offered a two-day schedule of presentations by Kidlink project leaders and participating teachers and students from around the world. 

Audience

We hope to get many teachers, who have never participated in a global conference. Our goal is to get as many of you as possible to start participating in our projects. But we also hope to get listeners from universities, educational agencies, and administrators.

So far we have 17 teachers and school admin registered from the USA. Armenia, Russia. Perú, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Taiwan, Nepal, Indien, Romania, Sri Lanka

Conference program

Check our program at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D197K78J_rGCsUHWR5iaSeNLZn2qZpp5yhoRPSbYNpo/edit?usp=sharing

 

Conference virtual space

We will use Google Meet (https://meet.google.com) on October 31 and November 1. 

The organizer of the conference 

The organizer is the Kidlink Association Board (KA). KA is a non-profit organization registered in Italy. KA is run solely by volunteer teachers bringing free educational projects to classrooms across the globe since 1990.

Conference application

If you are interested to attend, take a cup of tea and complete the application form

by navigating to forms.gle/hGEtCnw9gdxfJvmM8 

Conference access code/ticket

  • After you apply,
    1. you will be added to our conference email list.
      You will be able to join our conference private group 
    2. https://www.facebook.com/groups/kidlinkconference
    3. and October 30, we send to your email the link to connect to our Google Meet 

Welcome

// The Kidlink Association board.

http://www.kidlink.net/index.php/ka-board-2020/

WoF – Anne-Tove Vestfossen

The Kidlink Wall of Fame
RECOGNIZES

 

Anne-Tove Vestfossen

Arendal – Norway

Anne-Tove “provoked” her husband Odd to start activities leading to the birth of Kidlink (1989-90). Ever since the very beginning, she has been a very important part of  Kidlink.

  • Web Design Advice (since November 2000)
  • Member of the Response team (since June 2000)
  • Manager of KidArt Multi (since 2001)
  • Organized the first f-t-f Kidlink management meeting (1995)
  • Organized Annual Celebrations in Arendal (1991, 1992)
  • Curator of Kidlink’s offline art activities (1991-1992)
  • Organized the “Creative Challenge” art project (1991)
  • Creator of the Kidlink logo (March 1, 1991)
  • Organizer of several offline Kidlink art exhibitions (1990 through 2001)
  • In Kidlink Institute/Education since 1998.

Thank very much!


Odd de Presno
Kidlink Society Executive Director


Stellan Kinberg
Kidlink Association Chairman

Posted in WOF

WoF – Eyglo Bjornsdottir

The Kidlink Wall of Fame
RECOGNIZES

Eygló Björnsdóttir

Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland

Eygló joined Kidlink in May 1994. Her contributions are numerous, and include:

  • Manager of Kidlink’s Icelandic area. (2000-2007)
  • Assistant manager of Kidlink’s Icelandic area (1999-2000)
  • Icelandic Language Coordinator of the Who-Am-I? program (1998 – 2007 ).
  • Co-developer of the I Have a Dream Program’s two first modules.
  • Co-developer of the Who-Am-I? program’s Virtual Vacation module.
  • Manager of the Icelandic Support Team (1997)
  • Eygló submitted her students’ first responses to Kidlink’s four questions in June, 1994.
  • In Kidlink Institute/Education since 1998.

Thank very much!


Odd de Presno
Kidlink Society Executive Director


Stellan Kinberg
Kidlink Association Chairman

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