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  • How many History teachers? Tech people? Secondary/Upper? Middle? Elementary/Lower? ENCOURAGE QUESTIONS THROUGHOUT!!!
  • Sushmita intro self , how got to current position.
  • How got to current position. What you do now.
  • 3 rd year focus
  • Give credit, don’t put on web How technology can be glitchy, but the rewards when you figure it out. Don’t be afraid to take chances.
  • SH- 1 st year only, used Wikis, and Facebook. Librarian helped with technology because Chris wasn’t here yet.
  • SH – Studied education around the world
  • SH – How I found NAIS project, Education for all Wiki page
  • SH- Positive- able to collaborate over distance, make experience authentic with an authentic audience. Concerns of Quality and rigor of work were brought up, but you can mantain both of these and introduce problem solving along with analysis and synthesis. Negative- Time- it is a lot of work, this didn’t happen over the weekend. Time restraints. Last year class was 8:15 here which meant 7:45 pm. Workable. This year class is at 12:45 so Skype isn’t a reality, but YouTube works. 2. Make sure you get all students on board. All seniors can be a challenge.
  • SH – How we used Wiki’s and Facebook for collaboration and how we have moved towards Wiki as the final product Intro informal, get to know one another Common interests
  • CW – My first year at the school. A week or two before I learned of this project. “we should get the kids together.” Skype YouTube
  • CW – with bluebells school in India
  • SH – Bluebells – Different school to work with in 2 nd year. Another connection. Be ready for questions
  • SH – 2 perspective are important
  • SH
  • Discussions over distance and time zones
  • SH - Solutions
  • fixed
  • CW – Year of planning, Network, Ustream, NINGS, How we used – how we used all these, global ed NING,flatclassroom
  • Collaborative space – I had to set it up – sh got excited and took off . Went from a mild user of tech to one of the best in the school if not the best.
  • BRIC
  • Objective: Use online tools to teach collaboratively between schools, cultures and geographies Objective: Achieve a cross-cultural learning process not just an individual learning process Result: A classroom with a virtual dimension and new challenges
  • Learn from different schools and their cultures First hand accounts from Students Authenticate experience for students
  • Pros & Cons of Globalization in emerging markets How has society/history/global economy influenced the “rise of the rest”? Degree to which market reforms positively impacted each BRIC society How can effective reforms benefit/increase per capita income?
  • Explore relevant global issues through collaboration and partnership BRICS; A focus on emerging markets and their societies Go beyond just mastering basic information Learn through collaboration to discuss, analyze and interpret Problem-Solving: arrive a meaningful conclusion
  • Education Literacy Social Entrepreneurship Micro-Credit Sustainable Development Key Question: How can social media tools enable both learning and solutions Can social media tools help drive positive social change?
  • Discussion threads yr 3 on NING
  • I’m not comfortable with title, lack of ideas at the moment. Get Sushmita’s input
  • Asb Presentation V 1

    1. 1. Collaboration to Learn About Emerging Markets and Societies <ul><li>Sushmita Hodges (History teacher) </li></ul><ul><li>and </li></ul><ul><li>Chris White (Technology Integrationist) </li></ul>
    2. 2. Sushmita http://globaleducation.ning.com/
    3. 3. Chris http://whites-geometry-wiki.wikispaces.com/
    4. 4. Global Economies
    5. 5. Technology
    6. 6. The First Year <ul><li>Product </li></ul>Collaboration
    7. 7. The Global State of Education
    8. 8. NAIS Project http://spa-asbglobalchallenge2020.wikispaces.com/
    9. 9. NAIS – Opportunities and Limitations
    10. 10. Collaborating
    11. 11. Year 2
    12. 12. Global Poverty
    13. 13. Global Challenge (again) http://bsispaglobalchallenge.wikispaces.com/
    14. 14. 2 Perspectives
    15. 15. Aspects of Global Poverty http:// spa-asbglobalchallenge2020.wikispaces.com /
    16. 16. Discussion
    17. 17. The 2 Perspective Solutions
    18. 18. Conclusions Year 2 <ul><li>http://bsispaglobalshallenge.wikispaces.com/SPAconclusion </li></ul><ul><li>http:// bsispaglobalchallenge.wikispaces.com/BSIconclusion </li></ul>
    19. 19. Year 3
    20. 20. BRIC or BRIICS http://bricclassroom.ning.com/
    21. 21. BRIC Nations
    22. 22. History Online
    23. 23. Cross Cultural Communication
    24. 24. Topic: Globalization
    25. 25. Curriculum
    26. 26. Framework for Analysis
    27. 27. Final Product http://briicsclassroom.wikispaces.com/
    28. 28. Ongoing Discussions
    29. 29. … to gain focus… and more…
    30. 30. Beginning of Something http://www3.clustrmaps.com/counter/maps.php?url=http://bricclassroom.ning.com/
    31. 31. http://www.spa.edu/
    32. 32. Contact Information

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