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Pirjo Suhonen (@pirre74) | Twitter

Pirjo Suhonen (@pirre74) | Twitter

Pirjo Suhonen (@pirre74) | Twitter

Pirjo Suhonen (@pirre74) | Twitter

Jack Petrash on TED about empowering children for the future through play, creativity, and art.

Educating Children For The Journey: Jack Petrash, Waldorf Teacher and author of Understanding Waldorf Education: Teaching from the Inside Out at TEDxRockCreekPark

Okay, maybe Japanese is a bit hard to learn to speak and write.  But there’s a lot you can say in Japanese using just your hands, nose, arms, and other forms of suggestive “body” language. This whimsical look at Japan’s "language of no  language" introduces 70 gestures that will help you hurl insults,  flirt, agree, excuse yourself, cross the street, and even make  promises-—wordlessly!  Some are deadly, some practical, some wacky, but all are genuine  and used today on the streets of Japan…

ThinkGeek :: 70 Japanese Gestures This would probably come in handy

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Finnish Education - Innovative Pedagogy and EdTech

Finnish Education - Innovative Pedagogy and EdTech in Finland

Neste Rally - Jyväskylä, Finland

Neste Rally - Jyväskylä, Finland

The Book Chook: Creating Digital Stories with iPad

Creating Digital Stories with iPad

Creating Digital Stories with iPad - a list of apps, many with annotations.

Pasi Sahlberg, Centre for International Mobility/Finland "Big data or small data: What’s the key to unlocking learning opportunities?

Lux Helsinki light festival exceeds expectations despite sub-zero .

Leipoo, leipoo leipäsiä. Katonrajassa on vanhoja leipiä säilytyksessä. Oulu (Finland)

Leipoo, leipoo leipäsiä. Katonrajassa on vanhoja leipiä säilytyksessä. Oulu (Finland)

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