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Designing	
  Engaging	
  Curriculum	
  
for	
  Global	
  Collabora4on	
  in	
  the	
  
Classroom	
  
ASB	
  Unplugged	
  2...
Julie Lindsay
Director Learning Confluence P/L
MA Music, MA Educational Technology Leadership
EdD Student, University of S...
Let’s	
  get	
  started…..	
  
OPEN	
  this	
  WIKI:	
  
•  hSp://learningconfluence.wikispaces.com/	
  	
  
•  Follow	
  l...
AGENDA	
  
•  PART	
  1	
  
–  Ge)ng	
  started	
  with	
  global	
  projects	
  and	
  
collabora:ve	
  pedagogy	
  

•  ...
GeVng	
  started	
  with	
  global	
  projects	
  
and	
  collabora4ve	
  pedagogy	
  
PART	
  1	
  
Discuss!	
  
What is ‘collaboration’?
What is ‘global collaboration’?
What conditions must exist to support
global collabo...
What	
  is	
  Collabora4on?	
  
Something	
  
we	
  do	
  
already	
  

Enhanced	
  
using	
  
technology	
  

More	
  tha...
ISTE	
  NETS.S	
  
Students	
  use	
  digital	
  media	
  and	
  environments	
  to	
  
communicate	
  and	
  work	
  coll...
ISTE	
  NETS.T	
  

Collaborate	
  with	
  students,	
  peers,	
  parents,	
  and	
  
community	
  members	
  using	
  dig...
Defining	
  the	
  Global	
  Collabora4ve	
  Classroom	
  
A classroom that is:
connected
engages with multiple audiences
e...
Challenges	
  of	
  Global	
  Collabora4on	
  
Having
realistic
expectations

Going Beyond
the ‘Wow’

Shifting
traditional...
Why	
  Global	
  Collabora4on?	
  
Global competency

d	
  
ills	
  an
l	
  sk
ltura ded	
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-­‐cu
	
  cross ding	
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Global	
  Learning:	
  Holis:c	
  and	
  ‘Flat’	
  
Global	
  Project	
  Design	
  
Blended	
  
Learning	
  

Culture	
  o...
Recipe	
  to	
  FlaSen	
  Your	
  Classroom	
  

Simple	
  ACTIONS	
  to	
  Go	
  Global	
  
Simple	
  ACTIONS	
  to	
  Go	
  Global	
  
Collaborate	
  

Ci:zenship	
  

Choice	
  

Create	
  

Communicate	
  

Conn...
Connection

Personal Learning Network (PLN)
Connection

Strategies for meaningful interactions

You

School

Students
Connection

Pull Technologies

1. RSS	
  Reader	
  
2. Tablet-­‐Sized	
  Devices	
  
3. Handheld	
  Devices	
  
4. Social	...
Connection
Taxonomy

©	
  Vicki	
  Davis	
  and	
  Julie	
  Lindsay,	
  ‘FlaSening	
  Classrooms,	
  Engaging	
  Minds’.	
...
Connec:on	
  

Teacherpreneur

'Good	
  teacherpreneurs	
  aren't	
  renegades;	
  	
  
they	
  are	
  connectors'	
  
hSp...
Connec4on!	
  The	
  2	
  minute	
  challenge	
  

How	
  connected	
  
are	
  you	
  as	
  an	
  
educator?	
  

How	
  a...
Communica:on	
  

The Handshake

hSp://padlet.com/wall/asb2014	
  	
  
Image:	
  'customer-­‐loyalty_reten4on.jpg’	
  hSp:...
Communica:on	
  

Two types to sustain a global project

Tradi:onal	
  
Classroom	
  

Connected	
  ‘flat’	
  	
  
Classroo...
Communicate	
  
Synchronously	
  
Red	
  arrow	
  
poin4ng	
  to	
  
latest	
  
ac4vity	
  by	
  
students	
  on	
  
the	
  Ning	
  	
  

Flat	
  
Connec:on...
Communicate	
  –	
  Blended	
  modes	
  
Virtual Participation
Digital	
  Citizenship	
  
“…the	
  norms	
  of	
  behavior	
  with	
  
regard	
  to	
  technology	
  use”	
  
Ribble	
  a...
Enlightened Digital
Citizenship model

©	
  Vicki	
  Davis	
  and	
  Julie	
  Lindsay	
  2011	
  
Ci:zenship	
  

Global competency and confidence
Digiteen/tween	
  project	
  outcomes	
  
Team	
  forma:on,	
  Handshakes	
  
Research	
  Topics,	
  
Collabora:ve	
  Wiki...
Be	
  a	
  DigiTeacher	
  
•  Research	
  the	
  
technology	
  and	
  lead	
  the	
  
way	
  
•  Monitor	
  and	
  be	
  ...
Ci4zenship!	
  The	
  
Ci:zenship!	
  2	
  minute	
  challenge	
  

Digital	
  
Ci:zenship	
  
	
  

What	
  are	
  you	
 ...
If	
  Collabora4on	
  is	
  a	
  needed	
  &	
  
required	
  21st	
  Century	
  skill,	
  
educators	
  need	
  to	
  not	...
Online	
  Existence	
  

“The	
  weakness	
  is	
  that	
  if	
  there	
  is	
  a	
  problem,	
  and	
  you	
  e-­‐mail	
 ...
FlaSening	
  the	
  classroom	
  is	
  
technology	
  enabled	
  collabora4on	
  

hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/superkimbo/3...
Collabora4on!	
  The	
  2	
  minute	
  challenge	
  
Ci:zenship!	
  

Contribu:on	
  
and	
  
Collabora:on	
  
	
  

How	
...
“‘Beefsteak or liver’ quite took away
Philip’s power of choice. He begged
for a glass of milk…”	


MARK TWAIN

“PuVng	
  c...
Using	
  Web	
  2.0	
  
technologies	
  to:	
  
• 
• 
• 
• 
• 
• 
• 

Ques4on	
  
Build	
  
Invent	
  
Connect	
  
Have	
 ...
Choices	
  for	
  different	
  learning	
  styles	
  

http://k-2buildingbridges.blogspot.com/2012/04/voicethread-sharing.h...
To be able to
Create is a 21C
Learning Objective
Revised 2001 by Lorin Anderson
Challenge yourself……….
From

Create
To

Co-create
Co-creation

Co-creating a Popplet with students around the globe.
Robyn Thiessen - Vancouver, B.C.
Collabora:on	
  

Co-Creation

©	
  Emily	
  McCurran,	
  Flat	
  Classroom®	
  Cer4fied	
  Teacher	
  
Student Summit
Celebrate
New friends and achievements
Reflect and evaluate
A sense of accomplishment
Enhanced cultural understanding
Maki...
The	
  2	
  minute	
  challenge	
  
What	
  is	
  missing	
  here?	
  What	
  would	
  you	
  add?	
  Take	
  
away?	
  Ho...
Time	
  to	
  Team	
  Up	
  
•  Find	
  like-­‐minded	
  partners	
  
–  hSp://padlet.com/wall/asb2014	
  

•  Awer	
  bre...
Global	
  project	
  curriculum	
  design	
  
PART	
  2	
  
Flat	
  Connec4ons	
  Global	
  Projects	
  
Flat	
  Connec:ons	
  
Global	
  Project	
  

•  Grade	
  8-­‐12,	
  Ning	
  ...
Flat	
  Connec:ons	
  Global	
  
Project	
  
•  Grade	
  8-­‐12,	
  Ning	
  &	
  Wiki	
  
•  Emerging	
  technologies,	
  ...
Ning	
  for	
  community	
  development	
  
hbp://flatconnec:onsglobalproject.net/	
  	
  
	
  
Community	
  
Collabora4ve	
  
Learning	
  

Teachers	
  
Students	
  
Extended	
  
community	
  

Building	
  working	
  ...
Project	
  Content	
  
Horizon	
  Report	
  K-­‐12,	
  2013	
  
Emerging	
  technologies	
  impac5ng	
  
educa5on	
  and	
...
Project	
  Themes	
  
• 
• 
• 
• 
• 

The	
  future	
  of	
  learning	
  and	
  educa4on	
  
Emerging	
  technologies	
  a...
Collabora4ve	
  wiki	
  leading	
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published	
  eBook	
  
	
  

cc	
  licensed	
  (	
  BY	
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Personal	
  Mul4media	
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  to	
  Topic	
  
	
  
Personal	
  
content	
  

Topic	
  
subtheme	
  

Outsourced	
  ...
How	
  will	
  Workflow	
  support	
  FCGP	
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FCGP-­‐01:	
  January-­‐May	
  
•  Applica4on	
  Deadline:	
  Jan...
How	
  will	
  Student	
  Teams	
  func4on?	
  
Researchers	
  

Student	
  
leaders	
  

Media	
  
fossickers	
  

Team	
...
Team	
  Grid	
  -­‐	
  Topics	
  
Team	
  Grid	
  –	
  FCGP14-­‐1	
  
Main	
  Topic	
  ID	
  and	
  Research	
  
Primary	
  &	
  Secondary	
  sources	
  

Expert	
  Advisors	
  

Sub-­‐topic	
...
Global	
  Youth	
  Debates:	
  Deba:ng	
  into	
  Ac:on	
  
hbp://globalyouthdebates.com	
  	
  

Slovakia	
  

Japan	
  
...
Explore	
  Global	
  Projects	
  
•  Find	
  a	
  partner	
  
•  Spend	
  some	
  4me	
  now	
  exploring	
  another	
  Fl...
What are the CHARACTERISTICS
of a GOOD Global Project?
How can we design learning experiences that embrace
global educatio...
Design,	
  pitch	
  and	
  evaluate	
  global	
  projects	
  
PART	
  3	
  
Global	
  project	
  design	
  features	
  
Find	
  like-­‐minded	
  educators	
  
Design	
  Outcomes	
  	
  
Select	
  To...
“Designing	
  a	
  global	
  collabora4ve	
  experience	
  
involves	
  transcending	
  the	
  obvious	
  real	
  :me	
  
...
Global	
  project	
  design!	
  	
  
The	
  2	
  minute	
  challenge	
  

Ci:zenship!	
  

Engage	
  students	
  
globally...
Project	
  Design	
  Rela4onships	
  
Project Design Essentials
These include:

¡ The Flat Classroom Framework
¡ Curriculum Planning, Standards
Alignment, Inp...
Pg 257
Pg 257
What to do now?

•  Design a global project – use whatever tools
• 
• 
• 
• 

you need
Be ready to ‘pitch’ this verbally a...
Global	
  projects?	
  Where	
  to	
  start?	
  
•  Flat	
  Connec:ons	
  –	
  fully	
  managed	
  and	
  supported	
  –	
...
Flat	
  Classroom	
  Conference	
  Sydney	
  
hbp://www.flatconnec:ons.com/	
  
Flat Connection Global Educator
http://flatconnections.com
12-­‐week	
  course	
  	
  -­‐	
  global	
  cohort	
  
2-­‐grad...
hbp://www.asbacademy.org/courses.asp	
  

6-­‐week	
  course	
  	
  -­‐	
  global	
  cohort	
  
3-­‐graduate	
  credits	
 ...
Learning about the world, with the world
Main website - http://flatconnections.com
Teacher Network- http://flatconnections...
Julie Lindsay
Director Learning Confluence
Global Educator, Leader, Innovator, Author
@julielindsay
about.me/julielindsay
...
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
Designing engaging curriculum for global collaboration in the classroom
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  1. 1. Designing  Engaging  Curriculum   for  Global  Collabora4on  in  the   Classroom   ASB  Unplugged  2014   Hands-­‐on  Learning  Ins4tute   learningconfluence.wikispaces.com   Julie  Lindsay  
  2. 2. Julie Lindsay Director Learning Confluence P/L MA Music, MA Educational Technology Leadership EdD Student, University of Southern Queensland @julielindsay | about.me/julielindsay learningconfluence.com | flatconnections.com
  3. 3. Let’s  get  started…..   OPEN  this  WIKI:   •  hSp://learningconfluence.wikispaces.com/     •  Follow  link  to  Designing  Engaging  Curriculum  
  4. 4. AGENDA   •  PART  1   –  Ge)ng  started  with  global  projects  and   collabora:ve  pedagogy   •  PART  2   –  Global  project  curriculum  design   •  PART  3   –  Design,  pitch  and  evaluate  global  projects  
  5. 5. GeVng  started  with  global  projects   and  collabora4ve  pedagogy   PART  1  
  6. 6. Discuss!   What is ‘collaboration’? What is ‘global collaboration’? What conditions must exist to support global collaboration in learning?
  7. 7. What  is  Collabora4on?   Something   we  do   already   Enhanced   using   technology   More  than   coopera4on   Aligned  with   standards  
  8. 8. ISTE  NETS.S   Students  use  digital  media  and  environments  to   communicate  and  work  collabora:vely,  including   at  a  distance……   Develop  cultural  understanding  and  global   awareness  by  engaging  with  learners  of  other   cultures.  
  9. 9. ISTE  NETS.T   Collaborate  with  students,  peers,  parents,  and   community  members  using  digital  tools  and   resources  to  support  student  success  and   innova:on  
  10. 10. Defining  the  Global  Collabora4ve  Classroom   A classroom that is: connected engages with multiple audiences engages with diverse resources, and tools creates authentic, collaborative learning outcomes •  •  •  • 
  11. 11. Challenges  of  Global  Collabora4on   Having realistic expectations Going Beyond the ‘Wow’ Shifting traditional pedagogies Engaging learners and leaders
  12. 12. Why  Global  Collabora4on?   Global competency d   ills  an l  sk ltura ded  to   -­‐cu  cross ding  nee  one’s   The stan side nder icate  out o  act  on   u un .   d  t comm nment  an gnificance i o envir of  global  s s   issue International mindedness Cultural awareness .   e.   ike  m ome  ways t  l  is  no n  s yone  like  me  i er Ev ne  is veryo E Glocalisation! !   Local Act    and   bal k  Glo Thin  
  13. 13. Global  Learning:  Holis:c  and  ‘Flat’   Global  Project  Design   Blended   Learning   Culture  of   sharing   Flipped   Classroom   Inter-­‐ connected     Collabora4ve Connected   Learning   Leadership  for   connected   learning   Project  &   Challenge-­‐ based   ‘Flat’   Learning   Pedagogy   Web  2.0  
  14. 14. Recipe  to  FlaSen  Your  Classroom   Simple  ACTIONS  to  Go  Global  
  15. 15. Simple  ACTIONS  to  Go  Global   Collaborate   Ci:zenship   Choice   Create   Communicate   Connect   Global,   Flat,   Connected   Classroom   Celebrate  
  16. 16. Connection Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  17. 17. Connection Strategies for meaningful interactions You School Students
  18. 18. Connection Pull Technologies 1. RSS  Reader   2. Tablet-­‐Sized  Devices   3. Handheld  Devices   4. Social  Bookmarking   5. Joining  Online  Conversa4ons   6. Networking  Organiza4ons   7. Loca4on  Based  Apps   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/jrhode/375671790/in/pool-­‐rss  
  19. 19. Connection Taxonomy ©  Vicki  Davis  and  Julie  Lindsay,  ‘FlaSening  Classrooms,  Engaging  Minds’.  Pg  55  
  20. 20. Connec:on   Teacherpreneur 'Good  teacherpreneurs  aren't  renegades;     they  are  connectors'   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/51035553780@N01/344832591  
  21. 21. Connec4on!  The  2  minute  challenge   How  connected   are  you  as  an   educator?   How  are  you   connec:ng  your   students  to  the   world?  
  22. 22. Communica:on   The Handshake hSp://padlet.com/wall/asb2014     Image:  'customer-­‐loyalty_reten4on.jpg’  hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/36001761@N02/3364250371  
  23. 23. Communica:on   Two types to sustain a global project Tradi:onal   Classroom   Connected  ‘flat’     Classroom   Separated  by     Loca4on   Unified  by  the   Internet   Separated  by  Time   Unified  by   asynchronous   communica4on   tools   SYNCHRONOUS and ASYNCHRONOUS
  24. 24. Communicate   Synchronously  
  25. 25. Red  arrow   poin4ng  to   latest   ac4vity  by   students  on   the  Ning     Flat   Connec:ons   Global  Project   Ning  (Educa:onal   Community)    -­‐  Connect    -­‐  Communicate   Blue  arrow   poin4ng  to   global  real   4me  chat  by   students  on   the  Ning     Communicate  -­‐  Blended  
  26. 26. Communicate  –  Blended  modes   Virtual Participation
  27. 27. Digital  Citizenship   “…the  norms  of  behavior  with   regard  to  technology  use”   Ribble  and  Bailey  
  28. 28. Enlightened Digital Citizenship model ©  Vicki  Davis  and  Julie  Lindsay  2011  
  29. 29. Ci:zenship   Global competency and confidence
  30. 30. Digiteen/tween  project  outcomes   Team  forma:on,  Handshakes   Research  Topics,   Collabora:ve  Wiki  Authorship   Ac:on  Project  Design  and   Implementa:on   Celebra:on,  Reflec:on,   Sharing  outcomes  
  31. 31. Be  a  DigiTeacher   •  Research  the   technology  and  lead  the   way   •  Monitor  and  be   engaged   •  Avoid  the  fear  factor  &   make  a  difference   •  Model  legal  wisdom  &   choose  your  own   copyright   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/8540095171/  
  32. 32. Ci4zenship!  The   Ci:zenship!  2  minute  challenge   Digital   Ci:zenship     What  are  you  doing  in   your  school  to  foster   global  digital   ci4zenship?  
  33. 33. If  Collabora4on  is  a  needed  &   required  21st  Century  skill,   educators  need  to  not  only   teach  it,  but  employ  &  model  it   as  well  
  34. 34. Online  Existence   “The  weakness  is  that  if  there  is  a  problem,  and  you  e-­‐mail  them,  they  can  just  ignore   the  email,  or  they  can  just  do  their  own  thing  and  not  listen  to  what  you  ask  of   them.”   Student  in  the  Horizon  Project  
  35. 35. FlaSening  the  classroom  is   technology  enabled  collabora4on   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/superkimbo/3940303947/  
  36. 36. Collabora4on!  The  2  minute  challenge   Ci:zenship!   Contribu:on   and   Collabora:on     How  do  you  teach   collabora4on?   What  technology   tools  foster   collabora4on?  
  37. 37. “‘Beefsteak or liver’ quite took away Philip’s power of choice. He begged for a glass of milk…” MARK TWAIN “PuVng  choice  into  the  classroom  will  naturally   direct  students  toward  their  own  interests  and   strengths.  It  can  allow  students  to  “shine”  in   unimaginable  ways.”  Fla$ening  Classrooms  Chapter  7  
  38. 38. Using  Web  2.0   technologies  to:   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Ques4on   Build   Invent   Connect   Have  meaning   Understand   Excel   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/35590362@N02/5791320785/  
  39. 39. Choices  for  different  learning  styles   http://k-2buildingbridges.blogspot.com/2012/04/voicethread-sharing.html
  40. 40. To be able to Create is a 21C Learning Objective
  41. 41. Revised 2001 by Lorin Anderson
  42. 42. Challenge yourself………. From Create To Co-create
  43. 43. Co-creation Co-creating a Popplet with students around the globe. Robyn Thiessen - Vancouver, B.C.
  44. 44. Collabora:on   Co-Creation ©  Emily  McCurran,  Flat  Classroom®  Cer4fied  Teacher  
  45. 45. Student Summit
  46. 46. Celebrate New friends and achievements Reflect and evaluate A sense of accomplishment Enhanced cultural understanding Making the world a better place
  47. 47. The  2  minute  challenge   What  is  missing  here?  What  would  you  add?  Take   away?  How  will  you  use  this  in  your  classroom  or  in   your  school  on  Monday  morning?   Collaborate   Choice   Ci:zenship   Create   Communicate   Connect   Flat,   Global,   Connected   Classroom   Celebrate  
  48. 48. Time  to  Team  Up   •  Find  like-­‐minded  partners   –  hSp://padlet.com/wall/asb2014   •  Awer  break  sit  together  
  49. 49. Global  project  curriculum  design   PART  2  
  50. 50. Flat  Connec4ons  Global  Projects   Flat  Connec:ons   Global  Project   •  Grade  8-­‐12,  Ning  &  Wiki   •  Emerging  technologies,  E-­‐Book,  Video   Digiteen   Digitween   •  Digital  ci4zenship  leading  to  ac4on   •  Tween:  up  to  13,  Teen:  over  13   Global  Youth   Debates   •  Asynchronous  formal  deba4ng   •  Global  discussions  leading  to  ac4on   A  Week  in  the  Life   K-­‐2  Building  Bridges   to  Tomorrow   •  Gr  3-­‐5,  Edmodo  &  Wiki   •  Comparing  lifestyles  and  living   •  Cross-­‐classroom  groups  share  and  create   •  The  start  of  technology-­‐based  global  interac4on  
  51. 51. Flat  Connec:ons  Global   Project   •  Grade  8-­‐12,  Ning  &  Wiki   •  Emerging  technologies,  E-­‐Book,  Video   hSp://www.flickr.com/photos/32625013@N00/17135231/  
  52. 52. Ning  for  community  development   hbp://flatconnec:onsglobalproject.net/      
  53. 53. Community   Collabora4ve   Learning   Teachers   Students   Extended   community   Building  working   rela4onships  
  54. 54. Project  Content   Horizon  Report  K-­‐12,  2013   Emerging  technologies  impac5ng   educa5on  and  learning  shared  via  a   5meline  of  poten5al  relevance.   hSp://www.nmc.org/horizon-­‐ project/horizon-­‐reports/horizon-­‐ report-­‐k-­‐12-­‐edi4on  
  55. 55. Project  Themes   •  •  •  •  •  The  future  of  learning  and  educa4on   Emerging  technologies  and  how  we  can  and  will  use  them   Connected  and  flat  learning   Collabora4ve  and  social  entrepreneurship   Global  issues  and  ac4ons  to  solve  them   Open   Learning  futurist,  David  Price  OBE,  argues  that  ‘open’  is   not  only  affec5ng  how  we  are  choosing  to  live,  but  that   it’s  going  to  be  the  difference  between  success  and   failure  in  the  future.   hSp://engagedlearning.co.uk/    
  56. 56. Collabora4ve  wiki  leading  to  a   published  eBook     cc  licensed  (  BY  SA  )  flickr  photo  by  Anita  Hart:  hSp://flickr.com/photos/anitakhart/4586879133/  
  57. 57. Personal  Mul4media  Response  to  Topic     Personal   content   Topic   subtheme   Outsourced   content   Storyboard  &   planning   Video   specifica4ons   Student   final   video   Credits  &   cita4ons  
  58. 58. How  will  Workflow  support  FCGP  14-­‐1?   FCGP-­‐01:  January-­‐May   •  Applica4on  Deadline:  January  23   •  Online  Teacher  Informa4on  mee4ng:  Before  February  7   •  Classroom  and  student  handshake:  February  7-­‐21   •  Wiki  edi4ng  and  collabora4on:  February  22  -­‐  March  22   •  eBook  planning  must  be  started  by:  March  8   •  Video  pitches  and  crea4on:  March  23  -­‐  April   •  Video  outsourced  requests  due:  Up  before  break  or  by  April  5   •  Video  outsourced  requests  completed  and  uploaded:  April  17   •  FCGP  videos  due:  April  26   •  FCGP  eBooks  due:  May  1   •  Student  Summits:  April  26  -­‐  May  31   •  Video  Judging  Phase  1:  April  26  -­‐  May  6   •  Video  Judging  Phase  2  (meta-­‐judging):  May  6  -­‐  13   •  Awards  ceremony:  Awer  May  13  as  determined  by  the  project  organiser  
  59. 59. How  will  Student  Teams  func4on?   Researchers   Student   leaders   Media   fossickers   Team   Wiki   Outsourced   video  clip   organisers   Content   editors   E-­‐Book   managers  
  60. 60. Team  Grid  -­‐  Topics  
  61. 61. Team  Grid  –  FCGP14-­‐1  
  62. 62. Main  Topic  ID  and  Research   Primary  &  Secondary  sources   Expert  Advisors   Sub-­‐topic  ID  and  Ranking   Challenges  &  Trends     Collabora4ve  ranking   eBook  Content  Selec:on   Topics,  subtopics,  mul4media   Edi4ng,  cita4ons,  formaVng   Personal  Video  Topic  Selec:on   Student  chooses  topic   Aligns  with  research  &  eBook  crea4on  
  63. 63. Global  Youth  Debates:  Deba:ng  into  Ac:on   hbp://globalyouthdebates.com     Slovakia   Japan   Singapore   Hong  Kong   USA  
  64. 64. Explore  Global  Projects   •  Find  a  partner   •  Spend  some  4me  now  exploring  another  Flat   Connec4ons  Global  project   –  hSp://www.flatconnec4ons.com/flat-­‐ projects.html    
  65. 65. What are the CHARACTERISTICS of a GOOD Global Project? How can we design learning experiences that embrace global education as well as enforce rigor and relevance.....or are these the same? Discuss!
  66. 66. Design,  pitch  and  evaluate  global  projects   PART  3  
  67. 67. Global  project  design  features   Find  like-­‐minded  educators   Design  Outcomes     Select  Tools   Manage  for  Success  
  68. 68. “Designing  a  global  collabora4ve  experience   involves  transcending  the  obvious  real  :me   linkup,  fostering  higher  order  thinking  and   providing  opportuni4es  for  cultural  understanding   while  usually  making  a  product  that  impacts   others  in  a  posi:ve  way.  ”  
  69. 69. Global  project  design!     The  2  minute  challenge   Ci:zenship!   Engage  students   globally     What  is  an  INSPIRING,   CHALLENGING,   RELEVANT  and   GLOBAL  topic  or   theme  to  join   classrooms/learners   across  the  world?  
  70. 70. Project  Design  Rela4onships  
  71. 71. Project Design Essentials These include: ¡ The Flat Classroom Framework ¡ Curriculum Planning, Standards Alignment, Inputs and Outcomes ¡ Seven Steps Design Principles and Teaching Strategies Pg.237-258
  72. 72. Pg 257
  73. 73. Pg 257
  74. 74. What to do now? •  Design a global project – use whatever tools •  •  •  •  you need Be ready to ‘pitch’ this verbally and with artifacts of your choice ‘Pitch’ for feedback Review and update Share via Google Doc
  75. 75. Global  projects?  Where  to  start?   •  Flat  Connec:ons  –  fully  managed  and  supported  –   (caveat  –  entry  is  via  subscrip4on,  some  scholarships   available)  hSp://flatconnec4ons.com     •  Global  Classroom  –  community  of  global  educators  keen   to  connect   –  hSp://globalclassroom2013-­‐14.wikispaces.com/     •  iEARN  –  learning  circles  and  other  projects   –  hSp://iearn.org  and  hSp://iearn.org.au/     •  Join  networks   –  Flat  Connec4ons  –  hSp://flatconnec4ons.net   –  Global  Educa4on  Conference  –   hSp://globaleduca4onconference.com    
  76. 76. Flat  Classroom  Conference  Sydney   hbp://www.flatconnec:ons.com/  
  77. 77. Flat Connection Global Educator http://flatconnections.com 12-­‐week  course    -­‐  global  cohort   2-­‐graduate  credits  through  University  of  Northern  Iowa  
  78. 78. hbp://www.asbacademy.org/courses.asp   6-­‐week  course    -­‐  global  cohort   3-­‐graduate  credits  through  CSU  
  79. 79. Learning about the world, with the world Main website - http://flatconnections.com Teacher Network- http://flatconnections.net Contact: admin@flatconnections.com
  80. 80. Julie Lindsay Director Learning Confluence Global Educator, Leader, Innovator, Author @julielindsay about.me/julielindsay learningconfluence.com
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