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Setting up collaboration project
Boris Berlijn
Geography Teacher, iCoach, IT coordinator
Netherlands
@BorisBerlijn
About me:
• SEE Summits
• Google Apps for Education Summits
• Advanced Teacher Trainingscenter Paramaribo, Surinam
How to become:
https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/training
http://www.apple.com/es/education/apple-distinguished-edu...
Saturday 2nd April
Global Collaboration workshop
• Introduction
• Group session 1: share your thoughts
- break -
• Pedagog...
• Divide in small groups from 3-4 students
• Discuss the four upcoming topics
• Add the group results using shout it out!
...
What kind of activities would and could you do
with a class in Europe?
What kind of activities would and could you do
with a class that's more than 6 timezones away?
What other technology tools could you use to
collaborate IRT with each other?
What should your students gain from
a global collaboration project?
Global Collaboration Toolkit
Table of content:
• Hardware
• Software
• Platforms
• Lesson Ideas
What hardware do you need?
• SMART Board
• smartphone or tablet
• Tripod
• Extra projector/SMART Board
• (laptop)computer
...
Which software could be used to share content?
SMART Notebook
SMART Bridgit
LogMeIn
For creating content
For sharing conte...
Skype (multi-platform)
Facetime (on Apple devices)
For video and audio sharing
For video and audio sharing
Free video conf...
Click for high res. image
World Time Zones
Tip!
Where to meet other teachers?
Skype in the classroom
Google + Global Collaboration
Global Teenager Project
https://educati...
1. In my class with students within school Google domain
2. Students from another GAFE domain
(3. Add teachers/students fr...
• students/classes with gafe accounts and access to SMART amp.
• Create workspace in advance.
• Devices and either wifi or...
Technology (in real time):
1. Pre-created workspace
2. Sharing options from SMART amp within your class.
3. Sharing option...
Preparation (pedagogy):
A. Let students decide which way the learning is going. Wild ideas, just go as they please.
Pro: l...
Topic of today: Cultural heritage
How? Let students take pictures of things and describe what
cultural things they are pro...
Goals:
1. From a student perspective you are able to
determine what they think is their cultural heritage
2. Learning from...
When working together make sure that you as a teacher remark the students with the basic
principle that collaborating with...
SMART amp workspace:
- 4 groups
- contribute to three items:
1. built environment
2. natural environment
3. artefacts
Sources
iTEC Composer
http://edcompassblog.smarttech.com/archives/9948
http://edcompassblog.smarttech.com/archives/12221
vs.
vs.
Succes stories
Global Teenager Project
http://www.globalteenager.org
Global Teenager Project
Learning Circles
• 80 learning circles per year
• 6 languages
• 10 weeks
• collaboration & coopera...
Big idea!
"diversity in school setting"
"child rights"
"cultural heritage"
"environmental problems"
Create your own global collaboration project:
- small groups (2-4 persons)
A. decide which topic and specify lesson goals
...
Interesting links:
Community for teacher that want to collaborate
Global Teenager Poject website
More information about cu...
@BorisBerlijn
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  1. 1. Setting up collaboration project Boris Berlijn Geography Teacher, iCoach, IT coordinator Netherlands @BorisBerlijn
  2. 2. About me: • SEE Summits • Google Apps for Education Summits • Advanced Teacher Trainingscenter Paramaribo, Surinam
  3. 3. How to become: https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/training http://www.apple.com/es/education/apple-distinguished-educator/ https://education.microsoft.com/ http://education.smarttech.com/en/community-see-page
  4. 4. Saturday 2nd April Global Collaboration workshop • Introduction • Group session 1: share your thoughts - break - • Pedagogy and technology • ‘How to’ with the use of the Global Collaboration toolkit • Group session 2: SMART amp • Global Teenager Project - break - • Group session 3: Prepare a global collaboration project together • Closing
  5. 5. • Divide in small groups from 3-4 students • Discuss the four upcoming topics • Add the group results using shout it out! Share your thoughts
  6. 6. What kind of activities would and could you do with a class in Europe?
  7. 7. What kind of activities would and could you do with a class that's more than 6 timezones away?
  8. 8. What other technology tools could you use to collaborate IRT with each other?
  9. 9. What should your students gain from a global collaboration project?
  10. 10. Global Collaboration Toolkit
  11. 11. Table of content: • Hardware • Software • Platforms • Lesson Ideas
  12. 12. What hardware do you need? • SMART Board • smartphone or tablet • Tripod • Extra projector/SMART Board • (laptop)computer optional
  13. 13. Which software could be used to share content? SMART Notebook SMART Bridgit LogMeIn For creating content For sharing content on the SMART Board or For sharing desktop For sharing desktop Zoom
  14. 14. Skype (multi-platform) Facetime (on Apple devices) For video and audio sharing For video and audio sharing Free video conferencing software Google Hangout (Chrome Browser) For video and audio sharing
  15. 15. Click for high res. image World Time Zones Tip!
  16. 16. Where to meet other teachers? Skype in the classroom Google + Global Collaboration Global Teenager Project https://education.skype.com https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110187365939716229496 http://www.ict-edu.nl/gtp/wat-is-gtp/
  17. 17. 1. In my class with students within school Google domain 2. Students from another GAFE domain (3. Add teachers/students from other schools to your gafe domain)
  18. 18. • students/classes with gafe accounts and access to SMART amp. • Create workspace in advance. • Devices and either wifi or WLAN connection. Preparation (technology):
  19. 19. Technology (in real time): 1. Pre-created workspace 2. Sharing options from SMART amp within your class. 3. Sharing options from Google Drive to invite other gafe- users. How to?
  20. 20. Preparation (pedagogy): A. Let students decide which way the learning is going. Wild ideas, just go as they please. Pro: learning how to work within amp and explore possibilities. Con: does it aim your goals? B. Prepare good questions and share with students what the goals are that you as a teacher are aiming for with the class.
  21. 21. Topic of today: Cultural heritage How? Let students take pictures of things and describe what cultural things they are proud of and willing to share with others - ie. the world. Why?
  22. 22. Goals: 1. From a student perspective you are able to determine what they think is their cultural heritage 2. Learning from others about cultural heritage from their point of view. 3. Show and share to others will definitely bring the quality of the shared work to a higher level (due to the fact that others instead of just the teacher are watching as well)
  23. 23. When working together make sure that you as a teacher remark the students with the basic principle that collaborating with each other is based on equality. Especially when collaborating with students from other countries make sure that students have these two things in mind: reciprocity and equivalence Remember: created by #smartee Emil Waldhauser and me.
  24. 24. SMART amp workspace: - 4 groups - contribute to three items: 1. built environment 2. natural environment 3. artefacts
  25. 25. Sources iTEC Composer
  26. 26. http://edcompassblog.smarttech.com/archives/9948 http://edcompassblog.smarttech.com/archives/12221 vs. vs. Succes stories
  27. 27. Global Teenager Project http://www.globalteenager.org
  28. 28. Global Teenager Project Learning Circles • 80 learning circles per year • 6 languages • 10 weeks • collaboration & cooperation • using wiki's
  29. 29. Big idea! "diversity in school setting" "child rights" "cultural heritage" "environmental problems"
  30. 30. Create your own global collaboration project: - small groups (2-4 persons) A. decide which topic and specify lesson goals B. what activities/assignments will you add C. which technology will you use - presentation 3-5 mins. about your project. bdberlijn@gmail.com
  31. 31. Interesting links: Community for teacher that want to collaborate Global Teenager Poject website More information about cultural heritage
  32. 32. @BorisBerlijn

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