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Global Ed Summit at ISTE2014 ignite session Louise Morgan

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  • 1. A Global Learning Community Is Born "While sharing new learning about India, Puja, whose family is from India, commented “My dad says that’s not really true.” From there we knew we needed more than books. We needed to talk with people in other cultures to discover the ways in which they meet their needs." Deb Frazier, Columbus, Ohio ● Through the power of a single blog post, Primary Perspective, and a single Tweet, GlobalClassroom came to be. ● VoiceThread extended our classroom walls, opened our ears, and shared our voices to the world.
  • 2. It Started With a Tweet...
  • 3. 2011
  • 4. 2012
  • 5. 2013
  • 6. Who We Are... ● 41 Countries ● 6 Continents ● 400+ Teachers
  • 7. Global collaboration is about empowering people and building community, not about the latest technology.
  • 8. By sharing ideas, and professional support, we can help teachers transform their teaching practice.
  • 9. Teachers, working together, are capable of turning dreams into reality.
  • 10. Monthly Twitter Chats #globalclassroom
  • 11. Our Projects ● 20+ Projects ● Created by educators like YOU! ● Supported by lead teachers and mentors
  • 12. Kid Speak - Deb Frazier @Deb_Frazier
  • 13. World Water Day - Michael Graffin @mgraffin
  • 14. Project Goals: ● Students will engage in discussions with other students in the project about provided topics. ● Students will learn to respect and appreciate the opinions, cultures and customs of others. ● Students will be able to see the differences and similarities between themselves and others around the world. Edmodo Pen Pals - Tina Schmidt @MrsSchmidtB4
  • 15. The Malala Project - Heidi Hutchison @heidihutchison
  • 16. Traveling Rhinos - Karen Stadler @ICT_Integrator
  • 17. Mystery Location - Louise Morgan @mrsmorgansclass
  • 18. Traveling Scrapbooks - Michael Graffin @mgraffin
  • 19. Please join us! The Global Classroom Poster Session after the opening keynote! Table 35

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