RC to talkHow we got started Transition to Short Term Study Abroad
RC set up for our target audience, Community college students
HW.. Uneven levels of students,grammar gremlins ….english discussion board More sophisticated student on our end and to take the part that work intro extended, types of students
Making concessions,We make the tech concession,They are making the language concession,Saving face with the MexicansEHU had gone on line for Political reasons
Kick off the collaborationPersepolis smuggled in
International course collaborating is still in its infancy on our campus. Every semester we learn more about how the international collaborations can improve. Presently, we are adopting a meaty introductory component devised with Rebecca Smolar of Globalization 101, SUNY Levin Institute. We will start the students introducing themselves, by investigating cultural differences in relation to the Media and investigating the gathering of "News". Our introductory lesson plan will be on the Globalization 101 website later this year.
RC -Lesson plan was developed with the Levin Institute but we were still consulting with Alesia and Victoria , who are both adjunct, overworked and underpaidAdding Belarusan quiz, excel doc Alesia made, truly molding the course by all instructors RC joke –surgeons discussing their day, the operation was a success but the patient died …lesson plan without the educatable moments in the class slip by.
Graphic Novel because of ESL connection but the surprise and re-group was the sophistication in the responses from all
People exchange different thoughts and visuals better comprehend the story and the context of the story. Great to see the imagery as well as the conversation about the reading
Pixton online tool to allow the students to collaborate without having artistic or drafting ability but to convey the concepts and thinking about the course and the connections made
example of collessing truly Media Lesson plan and Persepolis and the structure of the graphic novel
Introduction of Scholar Rescue Fund and to Marc van RoosmalenHero forthe planet2000
Saving the endangered species…scholarsDon’t sit on this page
Point out this connection to AUGUSTINE and then Move on to the next page
Sit on this page to explain about the connection and the course
- A past history with the medium: having taught online or an experience using a LMS to communicate with students. - Familiarity with the languages involved, or some sort of motivation for embarking on a language chosen for discourse. - An interest in providing students an opportunity to learn about other cultures and other viewpoints to enhance and evolve the course content. An open mind with flexible planning skills. - Time to meet with their counterpart at least 3 times by video conference before the interaction begins. - Time to set up the online course space in advance as a place where the course collaboration can occur.
Walk before you run...Skype oftenoperative word is yesMaintaining dignity for our partners
As the Instructional Designer for SUNY Ulster, I am constantly seeking out about ways that the faculty and students can take advantage of the LMS in all different settings. In addition to providing a stepping off point in our LMS for people travelling and studying abroad, I work closely with Ulster's International Program Director, Richard Cattabiani, to establish partners interested in international online collaborations. Richard and I find faculty interested to make these collaborations happen. I also work with Jon Rubin, the director of COIL, Center of Online International Learning. http://coilcenter.purchase.edu/ He has established connections with multiple professors from a number of schools worldwide who are interested in collaborating on projects. There are links on the COIL site, where you will find proposed courses from SUNY Faculty as well as from Faculty Abroad seeking academic partners.It's like "match.com" for international academic collaboration!
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Engaging our students in International Online Learning Communities! <br />Hope Windle Instructional Design SUNY Ulster<br />Richard Cattabiani Director of International Programs SUNY Ulster <br />Rebecca Smolar Globalization 101 SUNY Levin Institute<br />SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning <br />
Greece & Italy: History of Math </li></ul>Two weeks in Mexico <br />Two weeks in Ireland<br />Two weeks in Greece<br />Online<br />At Ulster, Face to Face<br />Travel, teach face to face <br />
<ul><li>Three weekMarketing Case Study </li></ul>Universidad Internacional<br /><ul><li>Four week Spanish & English </li></ul>Universidad Internacional<br /><ul><li>Three week & 3 Day f2fEthnic Literature: Chicano writers Business: Principles of ManagementUniversidad Internacional
Four week EFL & ESOL English (English for speakers of other languages)</li></ul>European Humanities University<br /><ul><li>Six weeksContemporary World Lit & EFL</li></ul>European Humanities University<br />International Online Collaborations<br />Three week <br />Online collaboration<br />+ 3 day <br />Face to<br />Face<br />Four week collaboration<br />Six week collaboration<br />
Augustine Hungwe<br />Human Rights and International Law Programme at the University of Cape Town and the University of the Western Cape, South Africa <br />Author of Good Governance and Democracy in Zimbabwe<br />Visiting professor in International Studies at Trinity College, Bard College, Emerson College, George Washington University, Haverford College, and Yale University <br />
Agree upon lead instructor (Situational leadership)
Agree upon Learning Management System (LMS)</li></li></ul><li>How do you make connections with international partners? <br />Are there places on the web where one might find interested partners? COIL, SUNY’s Center of Online International Learning. Jon Rubin, Director http://coilcenter.purchase.edu/<br />