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CreateDebate is a new social networking community built around ideas, discussion and democracy. We’ve done our best to provide our community with a framework that makes compelling and meaningful debates easy to create and fun to use.

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WASH in Schools

You are invited to join the second in a series of three e-debates on WASH in Schools, inspired by lessons from the SWASH+ Project. Introduction to this second WASH in schools e-debate The key question that we are raising in this e-debate is: When NGOs, donors and other stakeholders fund … read more

Posted: 10/04/12

Curtin University in Perth Australia uses CreateDebate!

Teri Charrois from the School of Pharmacy used online debates in a private community to promote critical thinking with positive results. Both formative and summative debate tasks were carried out. The activity was delivered online using CreateDebate. It provided an authentic learning opportunity for the students to be actively engaged … read more

Posted: 09/17/12

A Vision of K-12 Students Today

Came across this cool video today that perfectly reflects the goal behind our push to get teachers using CreateDebate in the Classroom. Are you a teacher interested in using a web-based virtual learning environment to increase participation, promote critical thinking, and improve the vocabulary and persuasive writing skills of your … read more

Posted: 09/28/10