Image Credit                                      building global competenciescollaboration ● content ● community   throug...
the U.S national ed tech planlearning: engage by empowerThe model of learning described in this plancalls for engaging and...
the U.S national ed tech planlearning: how       & what                                tools                              ...
the U.S national ed tech planteaching: prepare and connectJust as leveraging technology can help usimprove learning and as...
the U.S national ed tech planinfrastructure: access and enableAn infrastructure for learning is always on,available to stu...
learning infrastructureInternet2  The Internet2 Website
learning infrastructureinternational networks
learning infrastructurethe global development learning network The World Bank’s Global Development Learning Network
learning infrastructureMAGPIThe non-profit network for research and education in eastern Pennsylvania, NewJersey and Delawa...
learning infrastructurethe MAGPI K20 community                           K12 Education                          Higher Edu...
synchronous inter@ctive learninginteractive video   classroom based                 individual based
synchronous inter@ctive learningaccess to experts through IVCGlobal Nomads Group Great Wall of China Video
project examplesglobal collaborationMegaconference Jr.Collaboration with CCIU, TIES, Internet2 and more…http://megaconfere...
project examplesinteractive video & virtual reality                                                                      D...
project examplesvirtual reading group                                                       •   3 sites: 2 schools and    ...
supporting inter@ctive learningit’s all about the dialog...(ic) instruction                                          Ask ‘...
supporting inter@ctive learningit’s not about the ‘right’ answer...                                         meaning       ...
supporting inter@ctive learningbuilding cross-site dialogue  facilitator interaction         facilitative interaction
supporting inter@ctive learningnetworked interactive whiteboards students @  location b                                   ...
supporting inter@ctive learningvirtual worldsMy China 360
supporting inter@ctive learningstreaming video & archival featured video                                        live strea...
supporting inter@ctive learningsharing multimediaAlex’s Lemonade Stand Video from National Dali High School, Taiwan
supporting inter@ctive learningdigital collections Teacher’s Domain             Library of Congress Chinese New Year Examp...
supporting inter@ctive learningweb 2.0 tools
supporting inter@ctive learningbloom’s taxonomy of web 2.0 tools
what’s next for tech-based learningaugmented realityHans Roslings 200 Countries, from BBC
Heather Weisse Walsh                 MAGPI Manager of Educational Serviceshweisse@magpi.net215-573-6417twitter: magpik20 o...
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Content Collaboration Community: Increasing Global Compentencies through Inter@ctivity

  1. 1. Image Credit building global competenciescollaboration ● content ● community through advanced networks & inter@ctivity
  2. 2. the U.S national ed tech planlearning: engage by empowerThe model of learning described in this plancalls for engaging and empowering learningexperiences for all learners.• Focus what and how we teach to match what people need to know, how they learn, where and when they will learn, and who needs to learn.• Brings state-of-the art technology into learning to enable, motivate, and inspire all students, regardless of background, languages, or disabilities, to achieve.• Leverage the power of technology to provide personalized learning and to enable continuous and lifelong learning.
  3. 3. the U.S national ed tech planlearning: how & what tools web navigation critical thinking web-based collaboration (wikis, blogs) digital content for researchskills web-based communication data gatheringcritical thinking data analysiscomplex problem solving visualization tools. graphical and 3-D modeling toolscollaborationmultimedia communication
  4. 4. the U.S national ed tech planteaching: prepare and connectJust as leveraging technology can help usimprove learning and assessment, themodel of learning calls for using technologyto help build the capacity of educators byenabling a shift to a model of connectedteaching.• Teams of connected educators replace solo practitioners• Classrooms are fully connected to provide educators with 24/7 access to data and analytic tools• Educators have access to resources that help them act on the insights the data provide.
  5. 5. the U.S national ed tech planinfrastructure: access and enableAn infrastructure for learning is always on,available to students, educators, andadministrators regardless of their location orthe time of day.• Unleash new ways of capturing and sharing knowledge based on multimedia that integrate text, still and moving images, audio, and applications that run on a variety of devices.• Enables seamless integration of in- and out-of-school learning.• Frees learning from a rigid information transfer model (from book or educator to students) and enables a much more motivating intertwinement of learning about, learning to do, and learning to be.
  6. 6. learning infrastructureInternet2 The Internet2 Website
  7. 7. learning infrastructureinternational networks
  8. 8. learning infrastructurethe global development learning network The World Bank’s Global Development Learning Network
  9. 9. learning infrastructureMAGPIThe non-profit network for research and education in eastern Pennsylvania, NewJersey and Delaware and regional connector for Internet2.Our mission is to introduce new technology, to collaboratively develop new applicationswith our subscribers and to make access to technologies sustainable and affordable. MAGPI’s Website
  10. 10. learning infrastructurethe MAGPI K20 community K12 Education Higher Education Healthcare Public/Cultural Research Government
  11. 11. synchronous inter@ctive learninginteractive video classroom based individual based
  12. 12. synchronous inter@ctive learningaccess to experts through IVCGlobal Nomads Group Great Wall of China Video
  13. 13. project examplesglobal collaborationMegaconference Jr.Collaboration with CCIU, TIES, Internet2 and more…http://megaconferencejr.org
  14. 14. project examplesinteractive video & virtual reality Digger VermontFleshing the Bones Virtual Reality Project Digger VermontCollaboration with The Academy of Natural Sciences
  15. 15. project examplesvirtual reading group • 3 sites: 2 schools and the facilitator • 6 students involved in the project, all proficient decoders • Each session included reading a short text and guided SHEP discussionIncreasing Reading Comprehension via VideoconferenceGetting Real in Virtual Talk about Text
  16. 16. supporting inter@ctive learningit’s all about the dialog...(ic) instruction Ask ‘open ended’ questions Refrain from evaluating teacher as Don’t rely on explicit strategy instruction or facilitator other forms of directive guidance Uptake. Uptake. Uptake.Shared Evaluation PedagogyGetting Real in Virtual Talk about Text
  17. 17. supporting inter@ctive learningit’s not about the ‘right’ answer... meaning construction the cow is blue. image credit: the red cow image credit
  18. 18. supporting inter@ctive learningbuilding cross-site dialogue facilitator interaction facilitative interaction
  19. 19. supporting inter@ctive learningnetworked interactive whiteboards students @ location b teacher @ location a Video from Ligbron E-Learning Project
  20. 20. supporting inter@ctive learningvirtual worldsMy China 360
  21. 21. supporting inter@ctive learningstreaming video & archival featured video live streaming channelscommenting & tagging MAGPI’s Video Center
  22. 22. supporting inter@ctive learningsharing multimediaAlex’s Lemonade Stand Video from National Dali High School, Taiwan
  23. 23. supporting inter@ctive learningdigital collections Teacher’s Domain Library of Congress Chinese New Year Example Asian Reading Room
  24. 24. supporting inter@ctive learningweb 2.0 tools
  25. 25. supporting inter@ctive learningbloom’s taxonomy of web 2.0 tools
  26. 26. what’s next for tech-based learningaugmented realityHans Roslings 200 Countries, from BBC
  27. 27. Heather Weisse Walsh MAGPI Manager of Educational Serviceshweisse@magpi.net215-573-6417twitter: magpik20 or hlw2skype: hweissefacebook: www.facebook.com/magpik20blog: http://k20interactions.blogspot.comhttp://www.magpi.net

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