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Learning without Borders Learning without Borders Presentation Transcript

  • Learning without Borders Donna Farren & Laura Skolny
  • Who Said This or When Was It Said?
    • “ A nation, like a person, has a mind – a mind that must be kept informed and alert, that must know itself, that understands the hopes and needs of its neighbors – all the other nations that live within the narrowing circle of the world.”
  • Road Map
    • Getting Started
    • Types of Projects
    • Finding (and Posting) Projects
    • Tips for Success
    • Is it Worth It?
    • If you have questions – please ask along the way!
  • Getting Started
    • Choose Curricular Goals
    • Establish Criteria for Project
    • Determine Specific Activity
    • Logistics
    • Assessment & Evaluation
  • Types of Projects
    • Interpersonal Exchanges
    • Information Collection & Analysis
    • Problem Solving
    • (Judi Harris, 2005)
  • Interpersonal Exchanges
    • Key Pals
    • Global Classrooms
    • Ask an Expert
    • Impersonations
  • Information Collection & Analysis
    • Information Exchanges
    • Electronic Publishing
    • Virtual Fieldtrips
    • Pooled Data Analysis
  • Problem Solving Examples
    • Information Searches
    • Peer Feedback Activities
    • Parallel Problem Solving
    • Social Action Projects
  • Where to Find (and Post)
    • CILC *
    • Global School Net *
    • ePals *
    • CIESE
    • iEARN
    • Jenuine Tech
    • Global Nomads Group
  • Participation Projects
    • eIditarod
    • Sites Alive!
    • The JASON Project
  • What to Include & Look for in Projects
    • Goals & Objectives
    • Grade Levels
    • Contact Person
    • Timeline & Deadlines
    • Specific Tasks
    • What Will Be Done with Responses
  • Tips for Success
    • Join an Existing Project
    • Network with More than One Class
    • Well Defined Project with a Timeline and a Real Project
    • Meet Deadlines and Timelines
    • Keep a Journal or Scrapbook
  • Is It Worth It?
    • Fits a Curricular Goal
    • Authentic
    • Real Audience
    • At-Risk Students Experience Success
    • Less Dependent on Teacher as Source of Knowledge
    • Passive Students More Involved
    • Student-Centered Classroom
  • Thank-You! nyscate.wikispaces.org