Please use this space to take collaborative notes!
Global Ed Day Collaborative Notes: http://bit.ly/GEDnotes
Today’s Meet Backchannel: https://todaysmeet.com/globaledday
Global Ed Day planning document: http://bit.ly/GEDplanning (Ignite talk slides will be available here)
Lucy’s Presentation Slides: https://www.haikudeck.com/p/jjsdp6FBzc/global-education-day
2:00 - 2:15 Opening Remarks by Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon
2:15 - 2:30 First three ignite talks on the sign up sheet
2:30 - 3:15 PM Roundtable Discussion - Round 1
3:15 - 3:30 PM Next three ignite talks
3:30 - 4:00 PM Roundtable Discussion - Round 2
4:00 - 4:30 PM Global Resources/Tools Duel
4:30 - 5:00 PM Last set of ignite talks
Haiku Deck- pulls in copyright free images, and adds the CC link on the bottom of the slide, this is web based & an app (super easy to use, esp. w/students)
Global story telling - a great idea for global collaboration. Oral
Teachunicef has resources
free online portfolio topics/resources
Unicef Tap Project—Global Water Campaign
TeachUNICEF free online resources (teachunicef.org)
The global classroom project http://theglobalclassroomproject.wordpress.com/
Not relying on printed text to tell the stories that the people there can do more accurately.
Kid speak voice thread - deb frazier
#globalclassroom : monthly Twitter chats
Louise on twitter @frugalteacher
Mystery location - where people connect to others different in space
Notes from MOOCs group with Vicki Davis:
PBL - nichole lynne wilson https://www.linkedin.com/pub/nichole-wilson/30/802/442
- storytelling is very Key in the current as a way of communicating
Developed a personal branding project
Bridging cultural differences with Anne Mirtschin
Peggy George @pgeorge http://live.classroom20.com ranker25
Toni Olivieri-Barton @toniobarton german85
Sue Wyatt @tasteach http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org tuscan74
Elizabeth L. Schultz @ThinkSchultz ElizabethSchultz@fcps.edu kiosk17
Anne Mirtschin firstname.lastname@example.org, @murcha anne.mirtschin cord14
What does it look like?
you cannot tell by looks
colloquial customs - dressed in way that indicates that I am not in local culture, food
slang, talk differences - english is more than 2nd language. Need to celebrate differences (different acronyms in Twitter, social media)
the appearance of the person - facial, colour of skin ???
different customs, games they play
Dress is becoming less and less - spaghetti straps eg but still considerations, headdress
gestures, ways we greet each other, religion
it is okay to still be educated
many students are biracial and are part of many cultures, 3rd culture generation
People slip in and out of their culture: day to day jobs then go to temples adapt the two cultures
What does it sound like?
accents of different languages
spit a lot in China
some have at home language, school language and her friend language
What does it feel like?
want to be part of another group or culture
What does it smell like?
Why bridge cultural differences
race thing may not be an issue in the future as they become more multi racial
it helps people understand each other and supports peace in the world
How can we bridge cultural differences?
celebrate different cultural days - listening to other cultural differences
expose them to other cultures
virtual exchange projects
provide experiences that expose students to different cultures including skype, google hangouts where they can talk with each other
collaborate in different ways, doing projects, discussing matters, sharing ideas
Other challenges to global projects
Lisa Parisi: NY, USA - email@example.com @lparisi
Skype in the classroom
happiness video get videos
Need to be able to stick it out once you find some one to collaborate with.
Stick it out.
Muraly- rethinking faculty meetings, visual thinking, concept mapping tools, collaborative, templates, stickers
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