Global Collaboration Projects A.J. Juliani (And How Your Class Can Get Involved)
Expand Your PLN Prepare Your Students Find The Best Projects & Teachers 1 Three Steps To Global Collaboration
Professional Learning Networks
Flat Classroom Projects Set the Bar
Like Minded Teachers
On Your Time
Global Project Overview Add text title Add text title Add text title From here... ....to here. Find/Join a Project Students Meet/greet & research Students Work in Teams to Create. Students Present A unique Media Artifact.
#1: Expand Your PLN
Browse and Join the various social networks for educators (there are many out there to choose from).
Use Twitter and Facebook to make new connections (also LinkedIn).
Read blogs and stay current.
Conferences? Workshops? Edcamps?
Work in groups
Understand how to avoid a “Wiki War”
We are lucky. We have macs!
Staple of most global projects.
Structure for international student collaboration
FCP, Digiteen, NetGenEd, Eracism
#2: Prepare Your Students Wikis Social Networks Video Creation Research & Synthesize
Add text title Add text title 80% 88% 90% 95% Text 4 Text 3 Text 2 Text dads Co-Op Report: Survey Results Participants would recommend project Participants were satisfied with project Participants “breadth” of information Participants “depth” of information
Add title text Edublog Award Winners Content Is King #3: Find the Best Projects & Teachers Professional And Proven Use Your PLN
So...get out there.
Expand your PLN and start making new connections.
Think of ways to prepare your students.
Establish technology scaffolding projects in your class to prepare students.
Find and join a global project. You won’t regret it.
Questions? Thank You! What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand. -- Confucius