The EON Foundation provides a global forum for advanced, interactive, experiential and mobile learning; to teach skills, inspire creativity, foster excellence and spark collaboration between people of all nations and languages.
John Eyles - Chair EON Foundation.
EON supports Looksy with prize sponsorship, mentoring and spreading the word.
A Looksy is a user generated video which answers one simple question. What does your world look like? Learn more >>>
Enabling teachers to use and teach through mobile technologies. Hosted by EON Foundation New Zealand.
EON is supporting a community project in Laos through online games and social media.
The goal is simple - to enable the Suang River Communities to become self reliant through sustainable community based eco-tourism and gain fluency and empowerment in the use of Information Communications Technologies (ICT). We invite participation and contribution from individuals and interested groups to help be the cause of making a difference and creating something exciting and new! Learn more >>>
UPDATE: Land for the education centre has been secured and the first buildings completed. Next step is to find funds to put in satellite internet and a wireless mesh network. Here are the first buildings of the community lodge and education centre in the Seuang River Valley Laos and proposed two way satellite internet broadband.
Previous EON initiatives:
EON was a sponsor of BarCamp in Auckland organised by Ludwig Wendzich:
"BarCamp allows creatives, technologists, scientists, programmers, and bloggers the chance to gather together and share new ideas. It's about passion, creating community, and exploring new social media. The difference between a traditional conference, and an un-conference like BarCamp is that BarCamps allow people to interact with speakers throughout the presentations. At a traditional conference the best ideas originate in the hallways and corridors. BarCamp is all corridor" - Erica O'Grady
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EON was a primary sponsor of the Future of Learning in a Networked World 08 Open Space Conference, helping to organise the Thailand leg. View details.
Symposium 2 - A Professional Development Space for Teachers of English everywhere to share, discuss and invent how best to use digital media to teach English in a mobile and networked world.
Advancing Sustainable Development through innovative
integration of English Language Learning, Visual Literacy
and Information Technology.
Projects International was a forerunner to the Living Classroom. While the site is no longer updated the following links to useful resources on Youth Projects for Sustainable Development.
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EON is a visionary organization with pragmatic objectives - to grow the capacity and speed of human beings to learn together, for the highest good of all - and to benefit our planet for aeons to come. Founded in 1998, EON
is a registered charitable entity in New Zealand. It has an Advisory Board and
increasing numbers of supporters from around the
world who share a common philosophy, commitment and
vision includes the intelligent use of technology
to access the best in effective learning
systems and harness the potential of distributed groups. In an increasingly complex world, we strive for elegant and creative solutions to connect people and communities through new technologies and communication skills. We believe good communication is a requisite for collaboration and the creation of workable solutions to pressing issues facing us and our planet.
October 2012: John Eyles from EON will speak at the JALT Conference in Japan. He will be running a workshop where he introduces case studies from Projects International and talks about service learning and project work outside the classroom.
August 2012: Graham Harper from EON pilots new 5 Steps curriculum model for Projects International with teachers in SouthEast Thailand.
July 2012: EON starts projects in Myanmar (Burma).
June 2012: Planning meetings held about the reinvention of Projects International.
May 2010: 100 metre span bridge is in use. Built with the help of students from around the world.
Background to the bridge: Graham Harper tells the story of how the bridge project came about.