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Where global collaboration in education needs to go. My 4 minute ignite session on the future of collaboration in the classroom.

Where global collaboration in education needs to go. My 4 minute ignite session on the future of collaboration in the classroom.

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  • 3 challenges for the future of education
  • Right now global collaborative projects are inconsistent and unintentional
  • We can’t have a world class education without the world in our class.
  • Today we have so many things that we must connect in our curriculum – it isn’t just about a textbook any more. We have apps, computers, schools, teachers, projects, internet resources – each must be planned.
  • I don’t have time to go into our connection planning tool, but I use this tool to plan out all of the connections in my classroom so that I’m giving students a breadth of experiences as I extend my classroom diverse locations, communications, generations, and sources of information
  • I and my fellow collaborators must have the 3 habits essential to global collaboration: receive, read, respond
  • We must plan out our projects so that we differentiate and reach all students.
  • Julie:
  • Vicki:
  • Right now global collaborative projects are inconsistent and unintentional. Global projects should be a journey not a one time destination.
  • As teachers decide the course to take they are getting mixed signs
  • Make it easy to see if your project is a fit. Too many projects are fuzzy about what they are planning to do or get off task after the project starts.
  • Vicki:
  • Friday I learned to drive a Segway – it is like learning to ride a bike – we all have to learn one a time. That is how we have to bring teachers into global projects. There is a lot of fear involved, so we have to help them join in one at a time.
  • Right now global collaborative projects are inconsistent and unintentional
  • As teachers decide the course to take they are getting mixed signs
  • Klossner’s theory says that on social networks 90% of the people lurk, 9% contribute intermittently and 1% are heavy contributors. However, when we collaborate, klossners doesn’t cut it in the classroom. It just doesn’t work.
  • Education has been singular but students must have the skillset to operate in plural. We have to help students turn me into we at least some of the time and understand how to assess.
  • 3 challenges for the future of education
  • Julie: Our aim is to create projects and opportunities across all levels of education. Right now we have FCP and NetGenEd for high school, Digiteen for upper ES, MS and HS, AWL for upper ES, Eracism for MS HS and our new pilot this semester is Building Bridges to Tomorrow for K-2 level – over 40 classrooms from about more than 10 countries

Global Education 2012 Ignite: Where Global Collaborate in Education should go Global Education 2012 Ignite: Where Global Collaborate in Education should go Presentation Transcript

  • 3 Building blocks for global collaboration in education Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher© 2012 Vicki A DavisPhotos in this presentation werepurchased, so I do not have rightsto give this presentation away.
  • Problem #1: Inconsistent &Unintentional
  • “We can’t have a world class education without the world.” @coolcatteacher Flat Classroom Conference Bejing, China 2011
  • What kinds of things interface in today’s classroom? TextbooksStudents Apps /eBooks Computers Schools Teachers Projects
  • From Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds Creating a Connection Strategy p 51- 54
  • 3 R’s of Global Collaboration•Receive•Read•Respond P 128-130
  • Intentionally Differentiate Projects to reach all learners PLACES: Creating a physical environment conducive for learning p 171-173 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher -7/5/2012 SPACES: Designing Electronic Spaces for Choice p 173- 186 7 http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com
  • Create projects requiring original research & creation P 162-163 Revised 2001 by Lorin Anderson
  • Taxonomy of global©Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay connection p 54-56
  • Solution #1: We must plan participation inprojects that are intentionally planned in the curriculum &consistently partof the program.
  • Problem #2:Complexity & Exclusivity
  • Flat Classroom® Framework Make it easy to see if your project is a fit. P 236 – Chapter 10 Designing a global collaborative project
  • Make projects clear tounderstand.
  • Each oneteach one or two.
  • Solution #2:We must simplify & be welcoming.
  • Problem #3:We aren’t collaborating and co-creating. The Evolution of Global Collaboration in Education P7
  • Klossner’s doesn’t cut it in the classroom! Klossner’s (2010) 90-9-1 principle P 128Step 4: Contribute &Collaborate
  • Solution #3: Collaborate & Cocreate
  • 3 Building blocks for global collaboration in education Be consistent & intentional. Simplify and welcome. Collaborate & Co-create.
  • Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher Flat Classroom® Project P10-11* @flatclassroom Digiteen™ Project P11-12 @digiteen ‘A Week in the Life…’ Project Gr3-5 P13-14 @flatclassroom NetGenEd™ Project P12-13 @netgened Eracism™ Project P13 @eracismproject Incubator Program NEW! @flatclassroom K-2 Project Building Bridges to Tomorrow NEW! @flatclasskids*See the frameworks for each model on referenced page numbers.