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 …

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