Expert Advisors - Flat Connections Global Project

We invite educators and other experts to join the Flat Connections Global Project 16-1 (February-June, 2016) NOW and support student teams.

Applications due by Sunday March 6
Team allocation Monday March 14
Expert Advisor interaction March 14 - mid-April

You will find details and further information on the Expert Advisors Information Doc - http://tinyurl.com/fcgpexperts

We need experts to work virtually with student teams in March/April and September/October each year. This is part of our 'flattened' approach to learning - with and from the world. The walls of the classroom do not exist in the traditional way when doing a Flat Connections Project and we value and need Experts and others who can interact and support learning. This does not take a great deal of your time, but is an important part of the process for students and classes in the project. You will also become immersed in research and shared/collaborative content with the aim of developing coherent and original communication on the selected topic.

The Flat Connections Global Project attracts schools from across the world who want to work in a 'flat' and 'connected' learning mode and collaborate and co-create. More information about this project - http://tinyurl.com/fcgpinformation

We invite you also to join our joint teacher and student educational network (Ning) for this project - http://flatconnectionsglobalproject.net/ and to join the Expert Advisors Group - http://flatconnectionsglobalproject.net/group/expert-advisors-for-fcgp

This form can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/fcgpexpertsform


Julie Lindsay, Australia
Director Learning Confluence Pty Ltd
Founder, Flat Connections - http://flatconnections.com
julie@flatconnections.com

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