Presenting at #ACEC2012

Cross Posted at The Global Classroom Project On Wednesday October 1, 2012, I had the wonderful opportunity to present with Nigel Mitchell (@1nbm) on the topic: “Working in the Global Classroom” at theAustralian Computers in Education Conference.      Despite some initial technical hurdles, including the fact that Skype was blocked at the school, the presentation […]

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The Next Step: Presenting @ ACEC2012

Cross Posted at The Global Classroom Project In several hours time, on October 3, at 10.15AM local time, I will be presenting (with Nigel Mitchell) on ‘Working in the Global Classroom‘ at the Australian Computers in Education Conference in Perth, Western Australia. This is late evening of October 2 for teachers in the Americas, morning […]

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Classroom 2.0 Book Project: #globalclassroom Stories

  This post originally appeared on The Global Classroom Project blog We are proud to announce that our chapter submission to The Classroom 2.0 Book project is now live. With over 75 submissions from leading educators worldwide, this amazing project was organised by Steve Hargadon, Richard Byrne, and Chris Dawson of the Classroom 2.0 network.     Now, we need YOUR […]

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Celebrating Global Collaboration (#flatclass Book Club Reflections: Part 7)

Over the past year, an extraordinary bunch of international educators transformed a vision of global collaboration community, dreamt up right here in Western Australia, into a real world reality. The Global Classroom Project has been an extraordinary experience, and we thought this was something worth celebrating. Chapter 9: Celebration, in Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds, filled […]

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Imagining a World of Global Collaboration (#GlobalEd11)

“ A small group of thoughtful people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  Margaret Mead Comment shared at our #globaled11 presentation On November 15, 2011, I was lucky enough to present alongside Deb Frazier, and members of the #globalclassroom team at the Global Education Conference 2011; sharing our […]

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The Global Classroom Project: #GlobalEd11 Presentation

  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 […]

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An Important Milestone – #RSCON3

The third Reform Symposium e-Conference has broadened my horizons and expanded my PLN. It is hard to describe the Reform Symposium e-Conference, but the words ‘inspiring’, ‘informative’, and ‘insightful’ come to mind. #RSCON3 was a wonderful opportunity to connect, learn and share with new and experienced teachers around the world; and it will have tangible […]

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“What the heck is a PLN?” @ #RSCON3 (Video)

This Weekend, we kick off the third Reform Symposium eConference (#RSCON3)! What the heck is a PLN?: Personal Learning Networks for Educators When? 8.30AM Australian Western Standard Time (Please check the schedule for your timezone – this is just before the Closing Keynote on Day 1)   Where? Please click on this link to access […]

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Looking Forward to #RSCON3

Six months ago, I’d never heard of the Reform Symposium Virtual Conference; the fantastic, FREE, online global education conference presented by teachers for teachers. That all changed when I attended #RSCON11 in January this year; an event which attracted 4 100 global participants, and marked the birth of my Twitter PLN. And, now to my […]

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