A webconference for language educators – 12th Virtual Round Table WebCon, 15-17 April 2021. Evaluating Your Connected Learning Programs and Spaces Video Series. Are you under pressure to show outcomes from your youth library programs, but don’t know where to begin?
Do you want to learn methods to capture qualitative and quantitative data about your programs beyond counting turnstile clicks? Join Josie Chang-Order and Tim Podkul, research team members from the Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) project, as they explore best practices for evaluating your connected learning programs and spaces. Library staff from all levels, particularly those involved in Youth Services, initiatives and programming, and/or assessment activities are encouraged to watch! The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) project is a partnership with YALSA, YOUmedia Learning Labs network, and Los Angeles Public Library, and is funded by IMLS. New videos will be posted here and announced via Twitter, so follow us at: @TheCLAlliance.
Video #1 Video #2 Video #1 of 6 “Introductions” Respond to the video questions from the end of the video here. Cloud computing and DRM: a match made in hell. As part of yesterday's International Day Against DRM, Public Knowledge's John Bergmayer published It’s Always DRM’s Fault, which uses this month's viral story about an Apple user named Anders G da Silva whose movie was deleted from his Itunes because he moved from one country to another.
As Bergmayer writes, this is a sterling example of where DRM has gotten us, and how toxic DRM becomes when it is mixed with cloud computing. In a world of cloud computing, everything we do is governed by tens of thousands of words of legal fine-print (including the fine print that warned Mr da Silva that his movies might stop working if he changed the region associated with his Itunes account) that no one (including Mr da Silva, and you, and me) has ever, ever read (famously so!). I spent several years fighting with the EU Digital Video Broadcast forum over its CPCM DRM for videos, which proposed to define, in software, what a "normal family" was, in order to allow family members to share videos.
(via /.) Connectivism. How Do I Get a PLN? What is a PLN? Will Richardson was the first person to clearly explain to me about six or seven years ago what a PLN was. Back then, PLN stood for Professional, or Personal Learning Network. A better label today, one that might quiet the nitpickers, is Personalized Learning Network -- the shift in nuance maintains that participants are both personal and professional learners. 2017 Global Leadership Week Resources. Seagull-TandemContact - Seagull-Tandem. Global Competence. By Anthony Jackson In matters of national security, environmental sustainability, and economic development, what we do as a nation and in our everyday lives is inextricably intertwined with what governments, businesses, and individuals do beyond our borders.
This new reality helps us more clearly define the role that education must play in preparing all students for success in an interconnected world. The United States have invested unprecedented resources in education, betting that our outmoded, factory-age system can be fundamentally transformed to prepare students for the rigors of a global economy. Telecollaboration: Solutions in Telecollaboration – Learn Experience Teach. Focusing our Teaching and Learning Priorities: A reading list. This post is essentially a copy of a message I’ve given to my staff, collecting some required reading to inform the next phase of the development of our curriculum and our approach to teaching and learning.
Hopefully you will recognise the Trivium in this; these ideas are ways of making things happen more deliberately and explicitly so that the conceptual ideas become more tangible and feature in the experience of HGS students every day. Our first run at devising a Highbury Grove model for Teaching and Learning last year captured lots of ideas but, now, we need to focus on fewer specific areas to make sure the default practice has shifted fundamentally; that the experience of every student is shaped more deliberately and consistently by all of us.
Why UK students want to learn in a global classroom - Universities UK blogUniversities UK blog. In the month when Universities UK is celebrating the cultural diversity of our universities with the #WeAreInternational campaign, research published today by Hepi provides a new angle to the debate on international students by looking at the soft power and educational benefits for UK students from learning and living alongside students from across the globe.
UUK’s infographic about the economic benefits for local communities and the country as a whole are regularly re-tweeted, and our report with British Future on international students and the UK immigration debate have added to our understanding about what the general public think about international students. But this research by Hepi and Kaplan International, with polling provided by YouthSight, asked those in the process of applying to UK universities what they think about the prospect of studying alongside students from abroad and being taught by international staff.
Head of Political Affairs and Deputy Director of Communications. COIL – Virtual mobility without commercialisation. Much, if not all, of the debate in higher education seems to be focused these days on massive open online courses, or MOOCs, which according to several people should be considered nothing less than a revolutionary new model for higher education teaching and learning.
In the meantime, a slower burning addition to international teaching and learning is already taking place with much less attention – ‘virtual mobility’, as it is called in Europe, or ‘collaborative online international learning’ (COIL), as it is more correctly referred to in the United States. While in MOOCs the teaching stays more or less traditional, using modern technology for a global form of delivery, in COIL the technology is used to develop a more interactive and collaborative way of international teaching and learning. Education Everywhere: School Success Stories from Abroad. Global Education. Global Competency. Students can: Generate and explain the significance of locally, regionally or globally focused researchable questions.
Identify, collect and analyze the knowledge and evidence required to answer questions using a variety of international sources, media and languages. Weigh, integrate and synthesize evidence collected to construct coherent responses that is appropriate to the context of issues or problems. Develop an argument based on compelling evidence that considers multiple perspectives and draws defensible conclusions. The Professional Power of Twitter by @Tim_Jumpclarke.
Selling the benefits of using twitter for professional development purposes to the uninitiated can be a challenge, but in this re-blog post, Tim Clarke points out some of the benefits he has gained from interacting with the platform, as well as guidance and tips to get colleagues started.
Tim is a primary head teacher. The professional power of Twitter Key benefits. ICTEvangelist - education, learning & technology. 11/10-11/23 Unit 5: About Co-learning. Connected Learning. The headlines are legion, the sentiment, widespread: “Why Social Media is Destroying Our Social Skills” (USA Today).
“Evidence Grows That Online Social Networks Have Insidious Negative Effects” (MIT Technology Review). The rise of social media, many fear, is ruining authentic interpersonal relationships. No amount of social media, we are repeatedly told, can ever equal face-to-face interaction. International Network of Educators.
Learn how to focus on content by Chromecasting in your Chromebook 1:1. When I taught in a 1:1 iPad environment, I had to teach differently in order to utilize the devices to their potential.
I started to move away from worksheets and textbooks to more engaging activities, but my focus was still on the content. The tools being used were allowing me and the students to focus on content as much as we could, rather than training them to do ineffective worksheets and turn them…or else it’s a zero. Putting Content in the Front of the Classroom… UKED Magazine Oct 2014 by UKedchat. Why Connected Learning. For more than a century, educators have strived to customize education to the learner. Connected Learning leverages the advances of the digital age to make that dream a reality — connecting academics to interests, learners to inspiring peers and mentors, and educational goals to the higher order skills the new economy rewards. Six principles (below) define it and allow every young person to experience learning that is social, participatory, interest-driven and relevant to the opportunities of our time.
Connected learning thrives in a socially meaningful and knowledge-rich ecology of ongoing participation, self-expression and recognition. In their everyday exchanges with peers and friends, young people fluidly contribute, share and give feedback. How Social-Emotional Learning Transforms Classrooms. Research clearly demonstrates that integrating social-emotional learning (SEL) into the classroom is good for both students and the adults who work with them.
But there’s a story that the research hasn’t captured—the one of powerful transformation that can result from the practice of SEL. I recently spoke to a number of educators about the impact of SEL on themselves and their students. 20 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom. Google Classroom Guide: Help and Support for Educators. Classroom: The Story So Far Google Classroom officially launches in August 2014, but educators like me who have been lucky enough to get access to it ahead of its public unveiling have largely been very impressed. Are there features missing that we would love to see? Sure, but they will no doubt come in time. So, if you are curious as to what it looks like right now, take a look at this step-by-step help guide for Google Classroom. How to Create a Class with Google Classroom. Michael Graffin's Page - Flat Connections.
Google Announces Classroom Their Take On A Learning Management System. This year at SXSWedu there was a lot of buzz in the Google lounge about a new product coming down the pike. Thousands of teachers were already using Google Docs as part of Google Apps For Education as their own free LMS (learning management system). Teachers were adapting Google Apps For Education in the ways that best met their needs but it still wasn’t totally an educational offering. Well Google heard that call. Educational Hash Tags. Week 0 webinar - learning the ropes. Twitter: How to archive event hashtags and create an interactive visualization of the conversation. Design Thinking « Design Thinking for Educators. ‘Team Teaching’ as shared experience. For many educators the professional experience can be a paradoxically lonely one.
Teaching is all about communication and relationships, they spend most of their time with large groups of people, yet their position is unique and in many ways isolating. They spend class time as an ‘other’ in a large group of peers, conceptually if not physically alone, and when the classes leave and the work of planning and assessment begins they are often physically alone as well. The personal implications of this are obvious but there are professional implications as well.
In an isolated situation is is hard to develop and progress in what you are doing, as the impetus to do so must come entirely from within, and the models and ideas for next steps must be created from nothing or very deliberately sought out. Why else are so many teachers eagerly communicating through platforms such as twitter, blogs and other social media?
Photo Credit: Dave McLean via Compfight cc. Internet mentors could supplant traditional lecturers. How can we connect to other educators using Twitter? What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World « Nutrition News. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! It seems as a people, we have a fascination with photographing our food. From Henry’s series of riders, to looking on instagram we cant help but document what we consume. Photographer Peter Menzel started this intriguing series of one weeks of groceries from around the world, taking traditional food photography to a much larger scale. Mexico Great Britain Australia Germany Italy Canada France Japan China Poland Kuwait Mongolia Turkey Mali India Bhutan Chad Ecuador Guatemala. Teachers Tweeting Teachers: Building a Community of Practice through Twitter.
The Future of Education. 2-Character Alphabetical Country Codes - Digraphs of All Countries. International Education News l The PIE News l 2020: Demand for HE to outpace international student mobility. Improved domestic provision of higher education, increased intraregional student mobility and the overall growth of Transnational Education (TNE), will meet the growing demand for higher education in 2020 say over 20 global higher education leaders. Using Video for Social Learning. ‘Un autre monde/ Eine andere Welt : Echange scolaire virtuel à l’aide d’une plateforme Moodle et de Machinimas’
Building global learning communities. UNDG Report 2013. Qui sont nos camarades de classe? Faisons la connaissance. Tell users about Google+ - Google Apps Help. ESL EFL Conversation worksheets. Learn Mandarin the Chineasy Way. Using Digital and Multi-modal Texts. Primary Perspective. 3 Reasons To Try Google Chromebooks In The Classroom.
Erasmus faces demand and management problems – LERU. 18 Things To Know About Education In Mexico. Flipped Learning Network Ning - A professional learning community for teachers using screencasting in education. Q&A: Mimi Ito on Connected Learning for All. 50 Google Charts Tricks for Your Next Classroom Presentation. Technology: Virtual mobility with a difference « European Association for International Education European Association for International Education. Teacher's Guide to Using Shared Google Docs with Students. Fair Use: Remix Culture, Mashups, and Copyright. Center for Online Learning, Research & Service.
Our New Interactive Book: Connected from the Start: Global Learning in the Primary Grades. EYES, the next gener@tion! Accessibility Guides - Google Apps Help. Ten Tips for Becoming a Connected Educator. Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School: We had mail (from Japan)! Google Docs Collaboration In Hangouts Is Now Available To All Users [Updates] Five Essential Google Drive Skills For Teachers. Supporting virtual intercultural exchange between university classrooms across Europe and beyond. Check out the TeacherCast review of the app: Skype. The language of Twitter: the rise of MFL teachers online. JISC Quiz - ShareSWF.com - Upload and Share your Flash SWF Animations.
How a Social Collaboration Platform Can Overcome Virtual Team Distance. Collaboration Basics. Launching The Global Classroom Mentors Project. Cross-Cultural/International Communication - Ethnocentrism, Factors affecting cross-cultural business communication. Rise of the Chromebook: Lenovo is the latest to challenge Windows laptops. Wisconsin, United States Time Zone Converter Difference Calculator. Numérique éducatif : 5 bonnes idées pour le ministre. Classroom 2.0 LIVE! - Home.
What Online Tools Work for Teaching Language Arts? 3 Core Essentials of Collaboration Tools. An Interactive Tutorial: Google Presentation. Teaching with Online Collaboration Tools: U-M Faculty Examples. Waking the dead - Halloween, 31 October - Day of the Dead, 31 October to 2 November - resources. World Languages. Pédagogie. ACCUEIL - Site de ecouterlirelemonde ! 15 Great Google tutorials for Teachers. Some quick notes on Google+ Hangouts On Air JISC CETIS MASHe. Classroom 2.0. A Relief Teacher's Journey - A new teacher's thoughts on working in the Western Australian education system.
Classrooms as Complex Adaptive Systems: A Relational Model. Why Teachers Need Social Media Training, Not Just Rules. Jeunesses 2.0 et médias sociaux : comment explorer virtuellement la vraie vie ? Year 9 Passion-driven project … using social media to have a real world impact! Designing for Participant Engagement with Blackboard Collaborate. Clivesir - Ed Blog Register. Advice for New Globaled Teachers. Are You Ready for BYOD?