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Flattening theClassroomGlobal Collaborationhttp://todaysmeet.com/flatclassroom
Flat Classroom Poster Table, ISTE2012
Increasingly, those who use technology inways that expand their global connectionsare more likely to advance, while thosew...
“Global competition for jobsmeans that today’s studentsmust not only be well-educated,problem solvers but they mustalso be...
What is a Flat       Classroom? A classroom that connects and engages with multiple audiences, resources, and tools to cre...
The Five Phases of               Flattening a Classroom1. INTRA-connected classroom •  First teach students to collaborate...
3. Many to One/One to Many communication •  Presenting to another class via Skype •  Interact with an expert4.Many to Many...
Traditional               Flat Classroom  Classroom         VSSeparate by              Unified byLocation                 ...
The Flat Classroom Project          http://flatclassroomproject.ning.com/          http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/   ...
Step 1 - Digital CitizenshipTechnology Bootcamp1. Introduction to devices2. Internet school policy3. Netiquette/Cyberbully...
Digital Footprints         Your First ImpressionSource: http://edtechsteve.blogspot.com/
5 Steps to Internet Safety1) StopStop what you are doing. Dont keep clicking.2) ScreenshotTake a screenshot. Save a copy a...
Step 2 - The Handshake1.Two weeks prior to project launch, teachers joined   students to Edmodo and wiki.2. Students were ...
Step 3 - Collaborative Writing    1. Introduced/instructed students on the use of the       Digitween wiki    2. Students ...
Step 4 - Meetups1. Synchronous class meet-ups2. Use Elluminate (virtual classroom) or Skype3. Weekly staff meetings as wel...
Sandy Wisneski –wisneskis@ripon.k12.wi.usJen Erickson –ericksonj@ripon.k12.wi.usCatalyst Charter Middle Schoolhttp://www.r...
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  1. 1. Flattening theClassroomGlobal Collaborationhttp://todaysmeet.com/flatclassroom
  2. 2. Flat Classroom Poster Table, ISTE2012
  3. 3. Increasingly, those who use technology inways that expand their global connectionsare more likely to advance, while thosewho do not will find themselves on thesidelines. Horizon Report 2009
  4. 4. “Global competition for jobsmeans that today’s studentsmust not only be well-educated,problem solvers but they mustalso be equipped to collaborateglobally.”“Flattening means more thanjust connecting students. Itadvocates connecting authors,experts, and people throughoutthe world with commoninterests. Students who missout on global collaborationopportunities may just bemissing out on their future.”Vicki Davis/Julie Lindsay
  5. 5. What is a Flat Classroom? A classroom that connects and engages with multiple audiences, resources, and tools to create authentic collaborative learning outcomes. ~ Vicki DavisGlocalization: “think global, actlocal”. This means maintaining alocal identity in culture and lifestylewhile learning about lifestyles andcultures. Thomas Friedman ~ The World isFlat
  6. 6. The Five Phases of Flattening a Classroom1. INTRA-connected classroom •  First teach students to collaborate appropriately within your classroom •  Use a backchannel to teach appropriate behavior •  Use Edmodo/Kidsblog to communicate within your classroom and hold small group discussions.2.INTER Connected classroom •  Collaborate with another classroom in your building •  Use Edmodo/Kidsblog that is closed •  Asynchronous communication sharing photos/videos on a topic
  7. 7. 3. Many to One/One to Many communication •  Presenting to another class via Skype •  Interact with an expert4.Many to Many with Teacher management •  Collaborative writing on a wiki •  Use wiki for instruction •  Edmodo groups with various schools5. Many to Many communication with Student management
  8. 8. Traditional Flat Classroom Classroom VSSeparate by Unified byLocation INTERNETSeparated by Time Unified by Asynchronous communication tools
  9. 9. The Flat Classroom Project http://flatclassroomproject.ning.com/ http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/ http://www.flatclassroomproject.net/index.html
  10. 10. Step 1 - Digital CitizenshipTechnology Bootcamp1. Introduction to devices2. Internet school policy3. Netiquette/Cyberbullying lessons4. Copyright issues/Creative Commons
  11. 11. Digital Footprints Your First ImpressionSource: http://edtechsteve.blogspot.com/
  12. 12. 5 Steps to Internet Safety1) StopStop what you are doing. Dont keep clicking.2) ScreenshotTake a screenshot. Save a copy and print a copy.3) BlockAnyone offensive should be blocked and removed as a friend if he or sheis on your friends list.4) TellTell your teacher or network administrator (or your parents if you are athome) about the situation and give them a copy of the screenshot. Whenyou have a problem, do not stop speaking out until you find someone whocan help you.5) ShareAfter talking with your parents and/or teacher, if the incident is appropriateto discuss, share it with others to promote Internet safety.
  13. 13. Step 2 - The Handshake1.Two weeks prior to project launch, teachers joined students to Edmodo and wiki.2. Students were assigned an introductory post3. Student created a "handshake" to learn appropriate behavior and netiquette on Edmodo
  14. 14. Step 3 - Collaborative Writing 1. Introduced/instructed students on the use of the Digitween wiki 2. Students were assigned a part of the wiki 3. Students researched area before entering image and text about section Five Areas of AwarenessTechnical Access and Awareness Social AwarenessIndividual Awareness Cultural Awareness Global Awareness
  15. 15. Step 4 - Meetups1. Synchronous class meet-ups2. Use Elluminate (virtual classroom) or Skype3. Weekly staff meetings as well to discuss and plan
  16. 16. Sandy Wisneski –wisneskis@ripon.k12.wi.usJen Erickson –ericksonj@ripon.k12.wi.usCatalyst Charter Middle Schoolhttp://www.ripon.k12.wi.us/schools/catalyst/Catalyst Bloghttp://catalystchannel.blogspot.com/Stampcat2technified Bloghttp://stampcat2technified.blogspot.com/
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