Skype

Building Global Connections
and Learning Opportunities
“I lost my tooth! Can I Skype with Nana?”
Global Citizenship
Authentic Audiences
Connecting Classrooms
Speaking, listening, communicating
Photo Credit: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alberts
Expert Skype
Sleuth Skype
Literacy Block Skypes
Simultaneous Skypes
Mystery Skype
http://www.education.skype.co
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Create a symphony of learning
Photo Credit: www.murrayssymphony.org
Jigsaw Skype

Photo Credit: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alberts
Roles

Introductions/Presenters/Closers
Questioners
Presenters
Atlas keepers
Google Earth
Google Searchers
Clue Keepers
Ph...
ehearsal, presentation, collaboration

Classroom Blog: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alber
Co-teaching and co-learning
Building connections
Mystery Skype
*Each class takes turns asking
yes/no questions.
*Presenters/Hosts are the
spokespeople for the class.
Rules
We are friendly and respectful,
but avoid giving away
information about our location
or time of day.
Etiquette
What will be your role?

Roles
Let’s #Mystery Skype!
Questions?
“Wouldn’t it be cool if...”

Re-envision lessons
Start whole group.
Gradually add complexity.
Global Collaboration
Global Collaboration and Connections with Skype
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Ellen Kraska developed this presentation for the Powerful Practices Conference in Palo Alto on October 18, 2013. Presentation also included a live Mystery Skype connecting teachers from California to students in Ontario, Canada.

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Global Collaboration and Connections with Skype

  1. 1. Skype Building Global Connections and Learning Opportunities
  2. 2. “I lost my tooth! Can I Skype with Nana?”
  3. 3. Global Citizenship
  4. 4. Authentic Audiences
  5. 5. Connecting Classrooms
  6. 6. Speaking, listening, communicating Photo Credit: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alberts
  7. 7. Expert Skype
  8. 8. Sleuth Skype
  9. 9. Literacy Block Skypes
  10. 10. Simultaneous Skypes
  11. 11. Mystery Skype
  12. 12. http://www.education.skype.co m
  13. 13. Create a symphony of learning Photo Credit: www.murrayssymphony.org
  14. 14. Jigsaw Skype Photo Credit: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alberts
  15. 15. Roles Introductions/Presenters/Closers Questioners Presenters Atlas keepers Google Earth Google Searchers Clue Keepers Photographers Bloggers Tweeters Joke Tellers Tech Support Student designed roles and responsibilities
  16. 16. ehearsal, presentation, collaboration Classroom Blog: http://www.loyolaschool.org/home/In+Classrooms/4th+Grade/Alber
  17. 17. Co-teaching and co-learning
  18. 18. Building connections
  19. 19. Mystery Skype
  20. 20. *Each class takes turns asking yes/no questions. *Presenters/Hosts are the spokespeople for the class. Rules
  21. 21. We are friendly and respectful, but avoid giving away information about our location or time of day. Etiquette
  22. 22. What will be your role? Roles
  23. 23. Let’s #Mystery Skype! Questions?
  24. 24. “Wouldn’t it be cool if...” Re-envision lessons
  25. 25. Start whole group. Gradually add complexity.
  26. 26. Global Collaboration
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