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    • Virtual Teamwork Presented By Ella Brown Anchorage School District
    • Teamwork with educators
      • Teachers and executives from General Electric company worked on a mutual project.
      • Together, they discussed what were schools doing to prepare students for the world.
    • Teachers working with GE
    • What is Virtual teamwork?
      • The GE Team wanted the students to be involved in projects that required them to work collaboratively.
      • None of the educators ever heard of virtual teamwork.
    • The Heart of Business
      • Virtual collaborations are at the heart of the way business is now being done.
      • Individuals in the business world are expected to work cooperatively.
    • Components of Virtual Collaborations
      • Sharing documents
      • Running products tests over time zones
      • Real time discussions
      • Dialog through online approaches
      • All are essential to participating and thriving in a global market.
    • Sharing documents
    • Running products tests over time zones
    • Real time discussions
    • Dialog through online approaches
    • Virtual Teamwork in Virginia
      • Virtual collaborations teams have worked across six rural school systems in central Virginia.
    • Results on Virtual Teamwork
      • Students participating in the project have experienced 91% of success. Through their participation online they have been able to learn more about the subject and clarify their opinions through discussions.
    • Research on Plants
      • Virtual collaborative teams are now working on research projects involving unlocking the DNA of plant species.
      • Teams conduct same experiments in different school districts.
      • Online collaboration to share results and discoveries.
    • Sharing the Research
      • The concluding research allows the students to create reports, spreadsheets for a presentation to scientists at Virginia Tech.
    • Conclusion
      • Virtual collaboration is bringing students into the emerging story of scientific discovery.