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Globally Connected Educator

  1. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational ConsultantGloballyConnectedLearning.com Langwitches.org/blog
  2. http://globallyconnectedlearning.com
  3. http://langwitches.wikispaces.com
  4. http://langwitches.org/blog
  5. @langwitcheshttp://twitter.com/langwitches
  6. onnected globally c t does a look like?Wha educator
  7. Ignorance  of  HOW  the  Country  fits  into  a  Wider  World
  8. Only  37%  of  young  Americans  can   find  Iraq  on  a  map
  9.  20%  of  young  Americans  think    Sudan  is  in  Asia
  10. 50%  can’t  find  New  York  on  a  U.S.  map
  11. 6  in  10  young  Americans  dont  speak  a   foreign  language  fluently.
  12. Young  people  in  the  USA  are  unprepared  for  an   increasingly  global  &  interconnected  future.
  13. 9  in  10  (89%)  do  not  correspond  regularly  with  anyone  outside  the  US.
  14. In  an  era  of  ubiquitous  interconnection,  global  awareness  does   not  mean  simply  learning  about  other  cultures,    foods  and  Scott McLoud holidays.
  15. 21st  Century  Teachers  &  Learners      recognize  that  everything  is  connected
  16. It’s NOTIt’s About the About the Tools! Tools!
  17. Investigate the World
  18. Recognize Perspective
  19. Communicate Ideas
  20. http://todaysmeet.com/global2
  21. What does it mean to globalize the classroom?
  22. How can I prepare my students for THEIR future?
  23. How can I become a globally connected educator?
  24. Global Issues and News
  25. Newspapermap.com,
  26. Be  Web  Literate:  Add  Global  Perspective  to  your  Searches
  27. Use Translation Tools
  28. Offer Collaboration & Help
  29. Don’t be a Wallflower
  30. Don’t Shout out into the World
  31. Upgrade
  32. Seek Collaboration Partners
  33. Connect, Trust & Share
  34. Participate in Global Conferences
  35. My#Personal#Learning#Network#
  36. Resources
  37. Teddy%Bears%Around%The%World% http://langwitches.org/blog/travel/teddybearsaroundtheworld
  38. AroundTheWorldWith80Schools.net4 http://aroundtheworldwith80schools.net
  39. Flat Classroom Projects http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/
  40. Global AwarenessProjects & Reflections http://langwitches.org/blog/category/global-learning/
  41. Student Blogging Challenge http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/
  42. http://www.c21hub.com/globalpartnership/
  43. Credit&Resources •  SurveyNationalGeographic9Roper PublicAffairs2006Geographic LiteracyStudy •  http:// www.myWonderfulWorld.org •  GoogleMaps •  GoogleEarth •  VoiceThread •  Wikis •  Blogs •  Skype
  44. Silvia&Rosenthal&Tolisano& Globally&Connected&Learning&& Website:( globallyconnectedlearning.com& & Blog:( Langwitches.org/blog& & Twitter:( (langwitches& & Wiki:&& langwitches.wikispaces.com&&
  45. Image&Credits&•  Upside&Down&Globe& http://www.flickr.com/ photos/jenmaiser/ 3694740123/&•  Drill&by&Mike&Fisher& http://www.flickr.com/ photos/grade6kms/ 5103565561/&&&

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