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Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
Kids Going Global
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  • 1. Kids going global Global distance multimedia learning for children
  • 2. The world is our classroom – www.globalskolen.no
  • 3. Globalskolen – The Global school
    • Online primary school that provides
    • education in three subjects: Norwegian Social science Religion and ethics
    • These three subjects are included in the
    • document «Complementary education for
    • children abroad».
    Photo: Wiking Magazine
  • 4. The organisation Globalskolen
    • A department of Norsk Nettskole (Norwegian Net School),
    • A private institution for distance education.
    • Officially accredited by the Department of Education and
    • Research.
    • The curriculum of Globalskolen is based on the Norwegian
    • national curriculum.
    • Financed through the Norwegian national budget as a private
    • school – 85%.
  • 5. Administration and teacher’s location
  • 6. OLC-EDEN
    • Member of OLC-EDEN - Own Language and Culture - European Distance Education Network.
    • Members of OLC-EDEN:
    • Denmark, Danes worldwide www.danes.dk
    • Germany, Deutsche Fernschule www.deutsche-fernschule.de
    • The Netherlands, Edufax www.edufax.nl
    • Norway, Globalskolen www.globalskolen.no
    • Other schools offering distance education:
    • Sweden: www.sofiadistans.nu
  • 7.
    • Free of charge for Norwegian citizens attending
    • local or international schools.
    • All learning and teaching on the internet.
    • Weekly and asynchronous .
    • Use our self-developed learning managment system –
    • PedIT.
  • 8. Going global
    • 1999 15 students aged 10 to 15.
    • 2002 – offering online-program for first-graders.
    • 2009 – 1050 pupils in 90 countries.
    Not only Norwegians: Descendents of emigrates Children of guest workers Grown ups that want to learn a new language. Own classes for beginners.
  • 9. From 15 to 1050 – why and how? 1. Online 2. Personalized
  • 10.
    • 3. Local contact person Parents/teachers
    • 4. Simple usability
    • 5. Time: 90 minutes a week
    • 6. Interactivity
  • 11.
    • 7. Openness parents/students
    • 8. Quickly response to submissions, questions and messages.
    • 9. Software compability
    • 10. Quality, not quantity
    • 11. Cost free/non-profit
  • 12. The school-year
    • 15 plans in the period from the 1 st of September until middle of December.
    • 15 plans in the period from the 10 th of January until 31 st og May.
    • New plans are published every friday.
    • 90 minutes working time for the students pr. lesson.
    • E-mail every time a new plan is published.
  • 13. The next ten years
    • Is it possible to: Offer a lot of foreign languages in public school this way? Why can’t pupils in Portugal learn Norwegian as a second or third language? And why do Norwegian school only offer French, German and Spanish? Why not Italian, Russian, Portugese? We have the tools….

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