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  • It's a Small (Jewish) World – Online Collaborative Projects
    • Reuven Werber – Sharon Peters
  • Who Are We?
    • Reuven Werber
    • Ed Tech Coordinator – Neveh Channah Girls HS
    • Pedagogic & Content Editor – MOFET JTEC (Global Jewish Education Portal)
    • National Counselor IPNCL – (emeritus) ‏
    • Member of Kibbutz Kfar Etzion since 1970
  • Who Are We? Sharon Peters Teacher of English and Computer Studies (educational technology), Volunteer for Teachers Without Borders, webcaster,
  • Neveh Channah HS for Girls Alon Shvut, Israel Girls HS – grades 9-12, 250+ students, Modern Orthodox Jewish, partial dorming, rich social & community activities. Infolit – ICT based curriculum. Located 20 kms. South of Jerusalem.
  • LCC & ECS
    • Lower Canada College
      • Independent co-educational school in Montréal with rich technology resources
    • Emmanuel Christian School:
      • Independent co-educational confessional school in Montréal
  • 5 Years of Working Together from Afar
    • First Prize Global Virtual Classroom – 2003-2004 - http://gvc03c34.virtualclassroom.org/
    • Sing with Our Land – 2004-5 – with LCC - http://www.nevechana.org.il/english/canada/
    • Yad Vashem – The Name – with LCC – 2005-6 - http://www.nevnet.etzion.k12.il/english/canada2/
    • From Jerusalem to Montreal – with LCC -2006-7 - http://jerusalem.wikispaces.com/ - ISTE Prize
  • 5 Years of Distance Collaboration
  • And Now First Time Face to Face at CAJE 33
  • Presentation Outline
    • Advantages of Online Collaborative Projects
    • Easy Online Tools for Collaboration
    • How to Organize Online Collaborative Projects - visiting successful online projects
    • Where to Find Global Partners
    • What Do You Need to Succeed?
  • Why Go Collaborative?
    • A Vision of K-12 Students Today - B. Nesbitt http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8
  • Why Go Collaborative?
    • Motivate Your Students
      • Authentic Project-Based Learning - Interact in real life with distant students
        • curiosity
        • learning about others
        • telling about ourselves
        • showing and sharing online - pride in our work
  • Why Go Collaborative?
    • Learn Collaboration Skills
      • Planning
      • Decision taking
      • Responsibility
      • Global communication skills
      • Giving and getting positive critical feedback
    • Use Information Skills
      • Ask questions, locate, assess, utilize information,
      • Create and display new knowledge
  • Why Go Collaborative?
    • Improve Technology Skills
      • Communication, Multimedia, Information & Social Tools
    • Multi-Cultural Citizenship
      • Promote knowledge, understanding and appreciation of other cultures
      • Encourage reflection on and pride in students cultural heritage
      • Jewish existence in a global world – getting to know Jewish communities around the world and learning to live as Jews in a global culture.
  • Why Go Collaborative? Adapted from CultureQuest Site http://www.culturequest.us/pt_a2.htm
  • Why Go Collaborative?
    • Making:
      • Effective Learners
      • Effective Collaborators
      • Effective Creators
      • Effective Jews
  • Web 2.0 Tools for Global Collaboration - 1
    • Text Messaging –
      • Windows Live Messenger, Skype, Twitter
    • Video Conferencing –
      • Windows Live Messenger, Skype
    • Collaborative Writing & Media –
      • Wikispaces, Ning, Blogs
  • Web 2.0 Tools for Global Collaboration - 2
    • Social Bookmarking –
      • Del.icio.us, Furl
    • Multimedia Production and Presentation
      • Flickr, YouTube, Animoto, VoiceThread
  • Organizing Online Collaborative Projects - 1
    • Define Project Goals & Class & School Status
      • Subjects, Standards, School & Class Assets
    • Locate Prospective Partners
      • Comprehensive Mutual Intros & Expectations
  • Organizing Online Collaborative Projects -2
    • Develop Explicit Expectations
      • Time commitments
      • School calendar and scheduling requirements
      • Task breakdown for teachers
      • Technological requirements, getting help
      • Communication schedule
    • Develop a Communication Interface
      • Moodle, Wiki, Blog, Ning
  • Organizing Online Collaborative Projects - 3
    • Determine Assessment Methods
      • Develop criteria and rubrics
    • Prepare the students
      • Communication skills and netiquette
      • Tech and information skills
      • Cultural and emotional skills
  • Organizing Online Collaborative Projects - 4
    • Carry out the project
      • Student intros
      • Project implementation
      • Assessment & finalization
    • Present Full Project Documentation
      • Use the project presentation media or alternative auxiliary media
  • Organizing Online Collaborative Projects - 5
    • Project Planning Resources:
    • Step-by-Step Guide to Global Collaborations – Kim Cofino
    • http://mscofino.edublogs.org/2007/12/20/a-step-by-step-guide-to-global-collaborations/
    • Learning with Etwinning – A Handbook for Teachers
    • http://www.etwinning.net/shared/data/etwinning/booklet/etwinning_handbook_2007/etwinning_en.pdf
    • PROMISE In-service online course – Kirsten M. Antilla
    • http://www.promise-comenius.org/p_modules/
  • Where to Find Global Partners
    • Jewish Sites
      • Gesher Collaboration Ning
      • Building a Jewish World
      • Israeli Pedagogical Network for Collaboration
      • Early Childhood Twinning Ideabook
    • General Sites
      • The Global Education Collaborative Ning
      • Global Schoolnet
      • Epals
      • TakingITGlobal
  • What Do You Need to Succeed?
    • KISS – ( K eep i t S mall & S imple)
    • Find reliable partners through networking.
    • Develop trust & confidence in partners.
    • Always answer messages.
    • “ Meet” regularly with partners – weekly.
    • Define your objectives. Don’t underplan!
  • What Do You Need to Succeed?
    • Be flexible, understanding and imaginative.
    • Make sure you understand each other – cultural differences! Don’t be afraid to ask!
    • Be optimistic and faithful!
  • What Do You Need to Succeed?