The Globally Connected Educator- Beyond Plugging In Towards Global Pedagogy

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With the increasingly interconnected nature of our global society and the need for a very different kind of literacy for our students, extending teaching and learning beyond the walls of our classrooms is especially vital in this digital age.

If you want globally connected students, you need globally connected teachers who are capable of communicating, collaborating and connecting to experts and peers from around the world. These educators are harnessing the power of global connections for their own learning in order to bring the world to their students.

What does collaboration, communication and connections mean in a connected world? What are the steps in becoming a globally connected educator? How do we move from being consumers to producers and contributors? How do we modernize and globalize our classroom practices while expanding our professional learning network to include colleagues from around the world?

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The Globally Connected Educator- Beyond Plugging In Towards Global Pedagogy

  1. The Connected Globally Educator Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano globallyconnectedlearning.com
  2. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ! GloballyConnectedLearning.com langwitches.org/blog
  3. Beyond Plugging in towards global Pedagogy
  4. 4Big Ideasaround the Model Connected Educator Local isolation Gaining for Students Data Crowdsource Perspective Resources Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches
  5. 1TLeoacchear l Isolation
  6. 2Perspective
  7. 3Crowdsource https://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810
  8. 4Model
  9. Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Network
  10. Speaking Sideways
  11. I don’t translate, nor wonder what comes first...the verb or the noun? I know how to respond to something unexpected. I am comfortable and not terrified. I can relate, communicate and connect with others. I know that a language is the sum of words, common history and traditions. It feels intuitive, unconscious and smooth. Language Fluency
  12. How do welearn ?
  13. & Social #CENOR14 How do we learn Collaborative
  14. DesigningNewLiteracies
  15. Global Buzz Words
  16. Who Do You Call a Image licensed under CC by laikolosse- http://www.flickr.com/photos/laikolosse/2712207735/ Friend?
  17. Image licensed under CC by BurgTender- http://www.flickr.com/photos/burgtender/4107564549/ Who Do You Call aStranger?
  18. What does it mean to be Literate?
  19. do we learn? Where and How Image licensed under CC by Emory Maiden- http://www.flickr.com/photos/44551921@N04/6240707542
  20. Wheredo we go for information ?
  21. What does a look like?Classroom
  22. Read How do we ?
  23. How do we Write ?
  24. Image licensed under CC by Laura Coughlin- http://www.flickr.com/photos/coughlinlaura/6908702332/ collaborate How do we ?
  25. communicate How do we ?
  26. Our World “It” is not changing back
  27. Shifts in Culture,affecting Education
  28. Are Traditional Notions of Literacy sufficient for a 21st Century Education?
  29. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning Will Richardson Thin the Walls of Your Classroom 1 2 3 Talk to Strangers Be Transparent http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/guest-post-three-starting-points-for-thinking-differently-about-learning/
  30. Ubiquitous Interconnections “In an era of , global awareness does not mean simply learning about other cultures, Scott McLoud foods and holidays.”
  31. Globally Connected students Teacher NEED a Globally Connected
  32. Network Network Identity Literacy Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches Network Technology Network Intelligence Network Capability Harvard Business Review: Eric Hellweg
  33. How To Get Started ?
  34. Globally Educator The Connected
  35. Pinterest Twitter Blogs Diigo/ Flickr Tools Delicious Skype Ning
  36. Degrees of Connectedness 7 framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches Lurker Image licensed under CC by Lintmachine- http://www.flickr.com/photos/lintmachine/2852375400/
  37. Image licensed under CC by Dany13-http://www.flickr.com/photos/dany13/7506307376/ Degrees of Connectedness 7 Novice framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches
  38. framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches Insider Image licensed under CC by ribarnica- http://7Degreewwsw.flick r.coom/phfotos/ ribCarnica/o219330n5041/nectedness
  39. Colleague framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches 7Degrees of Connectedness
  40. Collaborator image by Mirjam Parkinson used with permission framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches 7Degrees of Connectedness
  41. Friend framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches Degrees of Connectedness 7
  42. framework developed by Rodd Lucier- @cleversheep! with assistance from Zoe Branigan-Pipe @zbpipe! infographic created by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches Confidant 7 Degrees of Connectedness
  43. Sharing and sharing online specifically, is not in addition to the work of being an educator IS theWork It . Ewan Mcintosh
  44. What is Amplification?
  45. Possibilities Network
  46. Transfer Teaching & Learning Image licensed under CC by HeyThereSpaceman- http://www.flickr.com/photos/spacesuitcatalyst/372599654/
  47. Don’t just talk the world, about consult, speak, wthe iwtorhld! collaborate and learn Inspired by Vicky Davis, Julie Lindsay and my Global Network.
  48. Global Pedagogy ! is not about but about a a skill set, Mindset
  49. Global Literacy is not achieved with sporadic projects
  50. Pedagogy strategies, approaches & techniques to facilitate learning
  51. Global Projects Skype in the Classroom Mystery Skype Read Around the World
  52. Regularly Bring in Outside Experts Global Mindset Use Google Maps & Earth Consistently Collaborative Reading & Writing Opportunities Participate & Initiate Crowdsourced Projects/Surveys/Docs
  53. Overwhelmed?
  54. Ideas & Examples fromthe Classroom
  55. CSI-Twitter
  56. Bring in Experts
  57. Social Reading
  58. Perspective
  59. Quad-blogging
  60. Entrepreneurs
  61. Co-Teaching Across Oceans
  62. Student Blogging Challenge http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/
  63. Around the World with 80 Schools http://aroundtheworldwith80schools.net/
  64. What Could it Mean? https://voicethread.com/share/48359/
  65. Survey The World
  66. Authentic Data
  67. Communicate
  68. Embed Geography
  69. Add Perspective to Google Searches
  70. Global Partnership Hub http://www.c21hub.com/globalpartnership/
  71. 7Degrees of Connectedness

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