Just a quick post to let you know that I will be presenting on The Global Classroom Project 2011-12, with Deb Frazier (Ohio, USA) at the Global Education Conference 2011, on Tuesday, November 15, 2011.
We hope you can join us for:
“A discussion about The Global Classroom Project 2011-12; a new online global projects community helping K-12 teachers and students share their expertise, learning, and voices on a global stage.”
We will be exploring our stories and latest global collaborative projects. With contributions from #globalclassroom teachers in Australia, Romania, New Zealand, USA, Canada, France, and Denmark, this is a presentation not to be missed!
For full details of our presentation, please visit our session overview.
We will be presenting on Tuesday, November 15, 2011, at 6AM New York (EST), 11AM London (GMT), 4PM Delhi, 7PM Beijing, 10PM Sydney.
We have attempted to find a time friendly to teachers in Europe, Africa, and Asia, as we strive to make Global Classroom more globally representative.
We recommend finding our session, “The Global Classroom Project 2011-12: A Global Learning Community is Born” using the official schedule for YOUR time zone.
To join our presentation in Blackboard Collaborate, please click on this session link shortly before the start time:
We will be publishing the slides, and recording link on this blog (and our wiki) following our presentation.
This sounds like an awesome presentation. When I was at ISTE this year, I had the chance to talk to a lot of representatives from many, many schools that were using edtech to allow their students to collaborate with other students around the world. So cool! I can’t wait for global collaboration in schools to be the norm.
I’ll do what I can to help spread the word on your presentation. Thanks!
Many thanks John. One day, we hope that every classroom will have the opportunity to connect and collaborate globally. This project provides an opportunity & supportive environment to bring this to the wider education community.