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Updated: 2017-11-25T04:59:59Z

 



Share Your Favorite Idea, Resource, or Moment from the 2017 Global Education Conference

2017-11-18T16:24:15.626Z

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Please reply to this discussion thread! We're compiling reflections, ideas, & resources from the 2017 Global Education Conference.…

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Please reply to this discussion thread! We're compiling reflections, ideas, & resources from the 2017 Global Education Conference. What were your favorite ideas, initiatives, and tools that you learned about last week? Feel free to share your own resources from your presentations if you were a presenter!




How can you teach history to shape global citizens ?

2017-11-18T08:03:12.176Z

I enjoyed your discussion about your experience living in Japan, and the US as a Korean person with the different history context in the textbooks etc... But how can you teach history to shape global citizens ?

I enjoyed your discussion about your experience living in Japan, and the US as a Korean person with the different history context in the textbooks etc... But how can you teach history to shape global citizens ?




Some very interesting presentations !! I want to see all of them but so little time !!!

2017-11-18T04:14:04.726Z

Some very interesting presentations !! I want to see all of them but so little time !!!

Some very interesting presentations !! I want to see all of them but so little time !!!




Global Competence Fieldwork Intensive

2017-11-16T18:47:02.926Z

World Savvy is excited to offer a Global Competence Fieldwork Intensive designed to give educators the opportunity to take part in an immersive experience abroad focused on global competence. Participants will complete Dialoguing in Global Education and Global Fieldwork courses and then travel in July for project work abroad. Coursework begins January 8th. Registration closes December 19,…

World Savvy is excited to offer a Global Competence Fieldwork Intensive designed to give educators the opportunity to take part in an immersive experience abroad focused on global competence. Participants will complete Dialoguing in Global Education and Global Fieldwork courses and then travel in July for project work abroad. Coursework begins January 8th. Registration closes December 19, 2017. 

For more information visit the website or contact Connie Rensink at 415-993-9159 or connie@worldsavvy.org.



Student transitional education and training Global Communities

2017-11-16T04:37:10.879Z

Is there an opportunity to connect to a Global Community that is working to improve employment, and soft job skills for students with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities? I am passionate to figure out why after 20 years the data on employment for this population is stagnant. 65% of these people are either under employed or unemployed. How do Global communites meet the needs of educating these students so they can be in a career that will utilize their talents and…

Is there an opportunity to connect to a Global Community that is working to improve employment, and soft job skills for students with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities? I am passionate to figure out why after 20 years the data on employment for this population is stagnant. 65% of these people are either under employed or unemployed. How do Global communites meet the needs of educating these students so they can be in a career that will utilize their talents and gifts?

Robin Ruiz




2017 Global Education Conference - 29 Live Sessions on Thursday, Our Final Day!

2017-11-16T02:11:51.045Z

Thursday, November 16th, is day four of the eighth annual Global Education Conference. This is our final day of sessions and keynotes! IMPORTANT NOTES: There was an error in Jennifer Klein's room link for her session entitled "Digging Beneath the Fs for Deeper Global Learning." No one was able to get into her room early Wednesday, but she still did a full recording and it's available here. Kudos to Jennifer! Check out our new guide to attending the conference. Everything you need is here. https://www.smore.com/0h4rj-the-globaledcon-guide Earn a certificate of participation by playing the GEC Connect Game from Alludo. http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/game-on-gec-connect Recordings of any sessions that have taken place are accessible on the conference recordings page, usually within a few minutes after a session has ended. Note: you need to be a member and logged into the conference site (all free, of course): http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/2017-conference-recordings Follow the Twitter conversation with #globaled17 Responses to Tuesday's Sessions: "Powerful to see the great work young people are doing to create social change. It is so important that they have a platform like GEC to share about their world, their reality, their ideas." "Easy to listen and learn." "I loved this session! Anne was an incredible facilitator and got many of us involved directly." "AWESOME!" "It is wonderful." "Eye-opener." "Excellent" "I'm so grateful for all the presenters shared." "Very interesting, will watch it again later." "Wonderful event that brings together educators (including aspiring educators!) at all levels to learn with and from one another." "Wonderful. Thank you!" "It was inspiring." "A great event all educators can benefit from." "I think is a great effort to have this Global Conference to connect a great community of leaders and teachers around the globe." "I was very energized when I saw two loving former teachers join my session. Who knew life would bring us together in a GEC? Now we are planning projects together to change the world... it´s an incredible platform!" The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, REGISTER NOW (free)--or, if registered, check your conference email confirmation.  Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers! Thursday, November 16th (US-Eastern Time) 12:00 am Flipped Learning in L2: How to Encourage Cross-Cultural Critical Thinking to Teach Global Problem-Solving Skills - Birgit A. Jensen 3:00 am Green Digital Footprints - Sebastian Panakal, Sophia T Pascal, Mertle Williams, Sunitha, Nisa 6:00 am Amplifying Student Voices Globally Via the Our Global Classroom What If Grid. - Bronwyn Joyce Connected Learning Activities through Social Service - Sebastian Panakal, Gladwin Xavier, Muhammed Fardeen, Muhammed Mufsal, Sophia T Pascal High Quality Career Counselling as a Push for the Global Development – presenting best practices from the Erasmus+ Career Tree Project - Grzegorz Kata, PhD. with Robert Porzak, PhD and Jacek Łukasiewicz, PhD 7:00 am Intercultural Competence - Shawn Simpson 8:00 am A Joined Up Approach to Education and Learning - Christine Farrell Global Project-Based Learning with iEARN: Sharing Impact and Opportunities - Jennifer Russell, Allan Kakinda, Hela Nafti Preparing Teachers for Global Learning and Collaboration - Linda Haynes University-Industry Collaboration in Vietnam: When the boss says Jump, you say Why? - Dr. Thi Tuyet Tran 9:00 am Connecting through Architecture: Minecraft in the Language Classroom - Kathleen Reardon Quality[...]



2017 Global Education Conference - 46 Live Sessions on Wednesday, Day Three!

2017-11-15T01:00:26.288Z

Wednesday, November 15th, is day three of the eighth annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for another great day of sessions and keynotes! IMPORTANT NOTES: Check out our new guide to attending the conference. Everything you need is here. https://www.smore.com/0h4rj-the-globaledcon-guide Earn a certificate of participation by playing the GEC Connect Game from Alludo. http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/game-on-gec-connect Recordings of any sessions that have taken place are accessible on the conference recordings page, usually within a few minutes after a session has ended. Note: you need to be a member and logged into the conference site (all free, of course): http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/2017-conference-recordings Follow the Twitter conversation with #globaled17 Responses to Tuesday's Sessions: "This was a wonderful opportuntity to share and connect. So grateful." "A wonderful event that brings together people from around the globe." "Great concept. Really appreciate the 24/7 format. Whenever I have 20+ minutes, I check in to any session that is on. Some very pleasant surprises 'picking' sessions this way."  "Thank you for this lovely session =)" "I plan on using this in my classroom." "Very informative. Great!" "My Middle School class was participating with me to see how to interact and learn on Eluminate Blackboard. Very cool!  I want to present next year!" "This was great. I will be watching it a second time when I'm not interrupted by my young students! First time attending. So far it is wonderful." "I am always inspired by so many different aspects of this conference. The way it all comes together seamlessly. The array of great ideas and different types of educators. Thanks!" "GEC is a wonderful way to engage with global educators around the world to learn, network and create partnerships." "Great job by the moderators! There was both live audio and chat from participants to coordinate. They both did an excellent job of filtering and responding." "So many great tools shared for global collaboration." "Really enjoy being part of this." "Really awesome!" The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, REGISTER NOW (free)--or, if registered, check your conference email confirmation.  Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers! Wednesday, November 15th (US-Eastern Time) 12:00 am Curriculum is the most important 'C' word in Global Projects! - Christine Trimnell 1:00 am Let's Talk Global Education - Anne Mirtschin 4:00 am Globally Responsive Teaching Practice: Overcoming Social Disparities - Sajdah Ali George Why and How Collaborative Projects Work Best according to the Mind, Brain, and Education Science - André Hedlund 6:00 am KEYNOTE: Kevin Crouch, Director of Technology Services, Consilience Learning 7:00 am Digging Beneath the Fs for Deeper Global Learning - Jennifer D. Klein Hello Little World Skypers - the Continuing Adventures - Anne Mirtschin, Presenters from across the world (names to be added closer to the time) 8:00 am A World of #CollaborativePD: Build Your Global PLN Twitter Chat - Dr. Jennifer Williams, Brad Spirrison How to Globally Mobilize High School Students to Actualize the United Nations SDGs. - Linda Flannelly, Ralph Viggiano, Megan Scharf, Pete Robinson, Ann Michelsen, Kristian Otterstad Andresen, the students at Lindenhurst and Sandvika High School Student conversation on World Religions - Sean Terwilliger and Tica Simpson Teaching the SDGs through experiential and service learning - Caroline Weeks, Liz Radzick[...]



Learning Photography Programs

2017-11-14T14:05:26.842Z

Good day All, I'm very glad to be present.

If interested in Photography learning take a look @walkingclasstours on facebook, I will be available for any query and opinion exchange. 

Looking forward. 

Good day All, I'm very glad to be present.

If interested in Photography learning take a look @walkingclasstours on facebook, I will be available for any query and opinion exchange. 

Looking forward. 




2017 Global Education Conference - 39 Live Sessions on Tuesday, Day Two!

2017-11-14T03:02:03.229Z

Tuesday, November 14th, is day two of the eighth annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for another great day of sessions and keynotes!  REGISTER NOW (free) if you haven't already. IMPORTANT NOTES: Check out our new guide to attending the conference. Everything you need is here. https://www.smore.com/0h4rj-the-globaledcon-guide Earn a certificate of participation by playing the GEC Connect Game from Alludo. http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/game-on-gec-connect Recordings of any sessions that have taken place are accessible on the conference recordings page, usually within a few minutes after a session has ended. Note: you need to be a member and logged into the conference site (all free, of course): http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/2017-conference-recordings Follow the Twitter conversation with #globaled17 Responses to Monday's Sessions: "Very informative and motivational. Awesome." "What a wonderful speaker! The gaming component is AWESOME!" "a lot of useful links and interesting information... great inspiration for further work" "It was a helpful session for all the teachers. All teachers should see this event and learn it." "Great presentation! Great ideas shared." "great resources which I can use in my projects and classroom" "Learned a lot, it was great. Thank you." "I love being able to attend online from my work or home. Thank you!!" "Great information and some great thoughts and links. Awesome." "it was a wonderful session... just a wonderful event. Very informative and educative." "Incredible abundance of useful resources." "I have my students attending - 5 years in a row." "Awesome and inspiring! Definitely a powerful way to connect the world and raise people's awareness about issues that are affecting us as stipulated in the Global Goals." The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, REGISTER NOW (free)--or, if registered, check your conference email confirmation.  Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers! Tuesday, November 14th (US-Eastern Time) 3:00 am talking kites in the footsteps of J. Korczak - Ruty Hotzen The positive impact of digital exchanges around the globe - Quratulain Hussain 5:00 am My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action - Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, Said Belgra, Asma Albriki 6:00 am Free research-based educational material from Finland - Marianne Juntunen, Ph. D. 7:00 am Cavando Bajo las Fs de la Educación Global para Experiencias Más Profundas - Jennifer D. Klein Harnessing Global Efficacy through Literature and Technology - Justin Peter Manwell Learning math from students around the world - Chris Collins 8:00 am Globally Conscious Mathematics - Kristy Beam How can schools be vehicles for creating community wellness? - Jennifer Moore How might preparation for and engagement in a protest poetry festival enhance Grade 10 boys’ understanding of global conflict? - Glynnis Moore 9:00 am Global Students Global Perspectives - Amazing Race Project - Laurie Clement Self Identity and Global Connection - Erin Dowd 10:00 am KEYNOTE: Ariel Tichnor-Wagner, Senior Fellow of Global Competence, ASCD 11:00 am Bringing learning BACK INTO the classroom - Liu Yijie Kids @SOS Children Village Going Global with iEARN and Mathletics - Sheeba Ajmal Teaching Math and Global Themes with Children's Literature - Glenna Gustafson, Pre-service educators in the Teaching and Learning Mathematics 12:00 pm Bridges to Argentina: Teach[...]



#IssuesInRealTime: Student conversation on Gender and Ethics

2017-11-10T19:23:06.924Z

DescriptionSession Title:  #IssuesInRealTime: Student conversation on Gender and Ethics   Your Name and Title:  Sean Terwilliger, Dean of Global Initiatives & CTOYour School, Library, or Organization Name:  Chatham Hall School… DescriptionSession Title:  #IssuesInRealTime: Student conversation on Gender and Ethics   Your Name and Title:  Sean Terwilliger, Dean of Global Initiatives & CTOYour School, Library, or Organization Name:  Chatham Hall SchoolYour Twitter Handle (@name): @seanterwilligerName(s) of Co-Presenter(s):  Deborah Glymph   Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  USA, VirginiaLanguage in Which You Will Present:  EnglishTarget Audience:  students, teachers and otherwise interested parties   Short Session Description:  A student led conversation on the state of gender, ethics and equity in the world. Session Strand (use the "tag"):  2017studentsFull Session Description:  Chatham Hall, an all-girls boarding school in Virginia, will facilitate a discussion, live on the internet, with any middle or highschool of any gender balance that wants to participate. This is a video conference session, so audio and video will be helpful. We can take chat requests, but those will be limited. This will be a student led conversation. The format will be conversational rather than ‘report-based’. The core topic will be 'Climate Change', but that can include any perspective on those words. The changing climate of the world (temperature, religion, gender, war, etc), the changing climate of our schools, the influx of technology, popular media, news etc. For this session (see schedule for others), the primary topics will be on the climate of gender relations and global ethics. We invite you to join us, whenever you can and for however long you’d like! Our hope is to make this a monthly (or more) gathering, to facilitate relationship building and intercultural understanding. The overall purpose of these sessions is to give our students global insight into the workings and thoughts of those in other areas of the world. What do we think about and why? How does our place on the planet effect our thought process? Why do we fear that which is different?Link to GlobalEdCon Session Proposal (full URL with http://):  http://www.globaleducationconference.com/forum/topics/conference-proposal-webdayOther Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:  Your Bio:  Sean Terwilliger has been working in boarding schools, both US and abroad for nearly 20 years. This year he's thrilled to add the global perspective to his litany of duties.Email:  sterwilliger@chathamhall.org [...]