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Created by Cathy Wolinsky, Betsye Sargent, Donna Roman, and Toni Olivieri-Barton

Created by Cathy Wolinsky, Betsye Sargent, Donna Roman, and Toni Olivieri-Barton

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  • Toni
  • Toni Developed as a final project for certification Ongoing teacher certification programs Book coming out in February  Flat classroom projects to develop networks
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  • Donna Add an example of a "Citizenship" document? http://arabspring.wikispaces.com/Digital+Citizenship
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  • Cathy & Toni “ Collaborative production is a more involved form of cooperation, as it increases the tension between individual and group goals. The litmus test for collaborative products is simple: what gets come into being no one person can take credit for created, and the project could not come into being without the participation of man. From Here Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky
  • If each of you want to add a slide here for your own projects or other projects you want to share this might be a good place.
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    • 1.   Cathy Wolinsky, Betsye Sargent , Toni Olivieri-Barton and Donna Román
    • 2. Presenters
      • Cathy Wolinsky
        • Instructional Technology Integrator in Yarmouth, ME, USA
        • Participated in A Week in the Life... Pilot
        • Certified Flat Classroom Teacher
        • iEARN Teacher Leader
        • twitter: @cathywo
        • yestechchat.blogspot.com
      • Toni Olivieri-Barton
        • Technology Coordinator at Shanghai Community International School, China
        • Participated in 2 Flat Classroom Projects, 1 Digiteen Project, 1 A Week in the Life Project
        • Certified Flat Classroom Teacher
        • twitter: @toniobarton
        • blog: toniobarton.wordpress.com
    • 3.
      • Betsye Sargent
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      • • Founder, Head, and teacher at 
      •     the Phoenix School in Salem, 
      •     MA, USA
      • • Master's degree in Early
      •     Childhood Education
      • • Participated in A Week in 
      •    the Life... Pilot
      • • Certified Flat Classroom 
      •   Teacher
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      • [email_address]
      • Facebook:  ThePhoenixSchool, Salem, MA
      • Donna Román
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        • 5th Grade teacher in Mill Creek School, Geneva, IL, USA
        • Master's degrees in Reading, Instructional and Education Leadership
        • iEARN Master Trainer
        • Certified Flat Classroom Teacher
      • Twitter @donnaroman
      • Blog: donnaroman.tumblr.com  
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    • 4. Global Project Design Model from: Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds Move to Global Collaboration one step at a Time by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay  Co-founders of FlatClassroom Projects, LLC  and FlatClassroom Conference and Live Events, Inc.   http://www.flatclassroombook.com   Coming out in February 2012   To apply for the Flat Classroom Certified Teacher program: http://www.flatclassroomproject.net/certified-teacher-program.htm l
    • 5. Project Design Essentials
        • Project Aims
        • Curriculum and Standard Alignment
        • Student Level/Age
        • Working Mode: Individual/Team
        • Required Inputs/Optional Inputs
        • Required Outcomes/Optional Outcomes
        • Workflow
        • Assessment & Evaluation
    • 6. Seven Steps Design Principles
      • Step 1: Connection
      • Step 2: Communication
      • Step 3: Citizenship
      • Step 4: Contribution & Collaboration
      • Step 5: Choice
      • Step 6: Creation
      • Step 7: Celebration
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/caitlinator/95534056/
    • 7. How many of you have a Personal Learning Network?
      • Yes  
      • No
    • 8. Step 1 Connection Connecting begins with you, the teacher
      • • Pull technologies
      • • eBook subscriptions
      • • Hand-held devices
      • • Social bookmarking
      • • Online presence
      • • Networking organizations
      •   Become a teacherpreneur:
      • • Recognize an opportunity.
      • • Customize your classroom to fit your learners
      • • Take a risk    GO GLOBAL!
      Kindle Diigo iPhone/Android Twitter BLOG
    • 9. Connect your students with others across the Globe
      • Taxonomy of Global Connection
      • • Level 1-Intra-connection (classroom)
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      • Level 2-Interconnection • Level 3-Managed global connections                                                              • Level 4-Student-to-student (teacher-managed)     A Week in the Life....      Read across the Globe • Level 5-Student-to-student ( student-managed)     
    • 10. Step 2: Communication
      • Opportunities:
      • • Synchronous -- live meetings or chats/Skype
      • • Asynchronous - blogs, wikis, video 'handshakes'
      • • Blended -- social networks
      •   Challenges:
      • • Time Zones
      • • Holidays/vacations
      • • School day
      • * Getting students to respond 
      •    to one another
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        People who are passionate about global collaboration stay connected     
    • 11. Communication
      • Web 2.0 & Multimedia tools:
      • • Google groups
      • • VoiceThread
      • • iMovie
      • • email
      • • Blackboard Collaborate
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    • 12. Step 3: Citizenship
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        • Discussions within class and among classes 
        • Reliable, responsible, ethical online standards
        • Agreed practices for copyright, intellectual property, fair use, and Creative Commons
        • Teacher monitoring 
      •              Project Monitoring Portals
      •              Class Monitoring Portals
            • Netvibes
            • Wiki notifications
            • Edmodo notifications
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    • 13. Step 4: Contribution & Collaboration
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        • Mechanism for equal and fair contribution
        • Determine project expectations
        • Consider tech access of your partners 
        • Can be assigned as 'homework' with older students
        • Teachers model this as they problem solve and collaborate throughout project
        • Wiki development for collaboration  
        • Use of discussion tab on wiki or Edmodo
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    • 16. Do you incorporate choice to your students' assignments?
      • Yes
      • No
    • 17. Step 5: Choice
        • Students customizing their own learning
        • Technology as discovery learning
        • Active teachers as coaches
    • 18. Step 6: Creation
        • Co-creation within a school, between schools & globally
        • Innovation and creativity as higher order skills
        • Publishing for a broader audience
    • 19. Examples
      • Arabspring - Yarmouth High school
      • http://arabspring.wikispaces.com
      • http://arabspringcomments.blogspot.com
      • http://sandersegypt.blogspot.com
      • http://cmes.hmdc.harvard.edu/research/transformation
    • 20. Add projects that you would like to share:  
      • http://ispycommunity.wikispaces.com
      • http://aweekinthelife11-2.flatclassroomproject.org/
    • 21. Step 7:  Celebration Skype Reflection after project is over to celebrate Student Summit meeting --     Blackboard Collaborate  
    • 22. What did you learn in this session?
      • Please type on the board:
    • 23.   Resources
        • Flat Classroom Certified Teacher program: http://www.flatclassroomproject.net/certified-teacher-program.html
        • FlatClassroom Certified Teacher Projects:
          • http://readacrosstheglobe.wikispaces.com
          • http://arabspring.wikispaces.com
          • http://phoenixkidsviewtheworld.wikispaces.com/
        • wikispaces.com
        • edmodo.com
        • voicethread.com

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