Education and Learning

Education & Learning

Education & Learning

As mentioned in the previous post, Cassandra Davis, worked for the OECD on the Education side and it led to her approaching me to develop a website for them with community forums.

And so, Teach-the-Brain.org was born. The year 2005.

The project focused on the brain and learning, and tools were uploaded as well as videos relating to the tools.

The forums were used to gather a great deal of data from various Educational contributors around the world.

After the project closed, the site was continued under the name of CERI-forums.

In total the forums on behalf of the OECD ran for a little over 2 years and then it was decided by them to set things up in-house and they were going to dump all the data.

I asked permission to continue with the site and to keep the data available to the public and that was how Teach-the-Brain became the property of DMG-network.

As you shall read, I have developed many more sites and Teach-the-Brain has gone more towards an overall Education & Learning Information platform during this time. I hoping to take the site to new levels in the future however for now the site will continue in its current format.

There will be more changes in the future.

Sites spoken of: www.time-to-run.com * www.globalbuzz-sa.com * DMG-projects * www.teach-the-brain.org

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  1. […] As mentioned in the previous post, Cassandra Davis, worked for the OECD on the Education side and it led to her approaching me to develop a website for them with community forums. And so, Teach-the…  […]

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