Transforming learning through global collaboration
Added by Ann Rooney on December 22, 2014 at 1:09pm — No Comments
Handshakes are an important way for participants in a global project to introduce themselves and set the tone for the project. The Cultural Artifact handshake serves both those purposes for the Who Am I? Project.
Students find some object to express what is special about them. They photograph…Continue
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As students completed their co-created videos for the Flat Connections Global Project (…Continue
This post is about some links and resources that are useful for global collaboration.
Added by Ann Rooney on December 4, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments
For the past few months I have been working with a group of educators globally as we fine tune our learning about being connected educators in a global setting. One way of coping as an online learner involved setting up a page on my SandBox Wiki and dumping all the links that flew at me. This included any contact information and all the important…Continue
Participating in the student …Continue
Added by Ann Rooney on November 22, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
Twitter is a great tool to gather professional learning resources, broaden learning networks and as a platform to 'push' information out to your networks. Twitter Chats are forums to engage people in your networks and beyond on specific topics and enquiry questions of interest.
As part of our work at the Asia Education Foundation we engage educators and PLCs in a range of topical Twitter Chats. You can find information about AEF Twitter chats here…Continue
"Although technology is used in communication, digital citizenship is still squarely about relating to people."
Lindsay, Vicki Davis Julie (2012-02-08). Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds: Move to Global Collaboration One Step at a Time (Pearson Resources for 21st Century Learning) (Page 99). Pearson HE, Inc.. Kindle Edition.
When embarking on a journey of global…Continue
Added by Bonnie Hermawan on November 15, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
Here is my Quadblogging assignment
I had 5x feedback and over 500 views. To date this has been my most successful post.…Continue
I have just completed my outsourced video co-creation with Bonnie.
The topic is Wearable Technology: impact on society and global community. I used PowToons to organise my information and to sequence ideas. This is the first time I have used Powtoons and I found the timing of headings and images quite challenging. I also wanted to learn how to do an interactive YouTube so I have added more depth to my presentation by linking to relevant videos. Bonnie provided an outsourced YouTube…Continue
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As I fumble my way through the digital landscape of this FCGE course, I realize I am in fact in the process of acquiring another language. I am experiencing all the curiosity, frustration, overwhelm and humility that are involved in acquiring any new language. As a teacher of English as a Second Language, I am reminded of a tool I've used numerous times to best tailor my instruction to students at different…Continue
Added by Ann Rooney on November 4, 2014 at 10:25pm — No Comments
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Alice Keeler makes highly relevant points in regards to Chapter 7 in giving students choice, making lessons fun and creating passions. Games also give immediate feedback.
How to get students to be motivated?
How to teach students to take risks? In games you learn through failure and celebrate failure. Alice says that by not giving grades she encourages risk taking.
I will be teaching Scratch next week so I'm thinking of doing a task where students can…Continue
Currently I am learning with Julie Lindsay on Global Educator sessions. Julie is a global educator whose work I had admired from a far for a few years before I had the opportunity of joining a face to face session with her last year in Hawaii. This year I am learning more about running a…
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Quadblogging is an easy way to get an audience for student blog posts. After sharing…Continue
Two important aspects of teaching and learning in the 21st century are the Personal Learning Network (PLN) and Professional Learning Community (PLC).
A Personal Learning Network (PLN) is a self-directed network of like-minded individuals who are connected and organised through online communities that provide constant learning for each other. A PLN is centered around learning and…Continue
Developing Your PLN and PLC
Essential Steps for Educators
A Collaboration by Martine Blanchet andJulie Carey
Two important aspects of teaching and learning in the 21st century are the Personal Learning Network (PLN) and Professional Learning…Continue