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Global Education ConferenceStreaming Live Online November 13-16, 2017 Week-long, world-wide event featuring sessions and keynote addresses highlighting ideasand projects that inspire action in an increasingly connected world

I can tell you right now that we had almost 40,000 unique hits to the conference Ning web site during the course of the past week. Take a look at our Clustr map, too, for an interesting view of hits to our site since January of 2010. Clearly, this map needs more red dots in certain parts of the world, so let us all keep spreading the word!


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multivideoconference

for the last edition 

The second annualGlobal Education Conference,a week-longevent bringing together educators and innovators from around the world, will be heldMonday, November 14 through Friday, November 18, 2011. The entire conference willbe broadcast online for free using the Blackboard Collaborate platform (formerly knownas Elluminate/Wimba).The Global Education Conference is a collaborative, world-wide community initiativeinvolving students, educators, and organizations at all levels. It is designed tosigni?cantly increase opportunities for building education-related connections aroundthe globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity.The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, and projects related to connectingeducators and classrooms with a strong emphasis on promoting global awareness,fosteringglobal competency, and inspiring action towards solving real–world problems.Through this event, it is our hope that attendees will challenge themselves and others tobecome more active citizens of the world. Let us learn, question, create, and engage inmeaningful, authentic opportunities within a global context!Keynote addressesthis year will be given by noted thought leaders Alan NovemberChris Dede, Howard Gardner, Fernando Reimers, Esther Wojcicki, and many more.Conference sponsors includeBrainpopand iEARN-USA Partner organizationsare numerous as well and many will be presenting their work throughout the conference.Last year’s conference featured 387 sessions and 60 keynote addresses from 62countries with over 15,000 participant logins.

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iEARN project in Italy

abstract: we like to share what we have done in this period by internet and traditional tools, with students and Teachers around the world.

Art Miles Project In Italy we create a big exibition in Padova at :

Festival della Cittadinanza - The Art Miles Mural Project Special Event

THE ART MILES MURAL PROJECT

Also this year The Art Miles Mural Project are present in Padua

and show European Murales at " Palazzo Della Ragione" see the web site

http://www.narnia.it/padova_eu.htm

We have also many connections with Japanese peoples like you can see at

http://www.narnia.it/muralnipon_eu.htm

or :http://www.narnia.it/atsuko_eu.htm

The Art Miles Mural Project began in 1997 in Bosnia with 350 children painting on a bullet ridden sheet as a therapeutic art healing activity., under the direction of Mrs. Joanne Tawfilis, co-founder and Executive Director of the project. Later, the project was then initiated in the Tawfilis’ multicultural neighborhood in response to the need for after school activities and prevention of youth violence. The project then found a European home in the Avenida Culture of Peace Galleria in Vienna, Austria and later, a US based headquarters operation located in Oceanside, California was established and currently houses over 900 of the 1,300+ murals completed by this project.

The objective of the project is to create global harmony through art, one mural at a time, one mile at a time. Therefore it is the PROCESS that is emphasized in the creation of what has turned into a monumental global endeavor. The collaborative project has ignited spontaneity and freedom of expression by bringing individuals or groups together where not only creating murals has resulted, but also friendships established, and understanding, cultural awareness, respect, and simply having fun have been realized as sustainable benefits. The project has gained a formidable reputation in its ability to foster community development, literacy, and positive activities for people of all ages and locations.

Narnia iEARN Project

Many peoples around the world have read the magic books

"Chronicles of Narnia" written by CS Lewis, this books have very hight educational value , and can stimulate the students to think about right and wrong. Many students know this book and can speak about it for create a community all around the world.

Also new film like "The C.S. Lewis's Life " and this IEarn Project Experience can help us. Students can also find why the name Narnia are choise by Cs Lewis, because this name are also the old name of an Italian Town named now Narni.

for more informations see also

http://www.narnia.it/home_scuole_eu.htm

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GLOBAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE

A FREE ONLINE EVENT

A week-long conference featuring sessions and keynote addresses highlighting ideas that inspire action in anincreasingly connected world

Our Mission

The Global Education Conference is a collaborative,world-wide community initiative involving students,educators, and organizations at all levels. It isdesigned to signi?cantly increase opportunities forbuilding education-related connections around theglobe while supporting cultural awareness andrecognition of diversity.The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, andprojects related to connecting educators andclassrooms with a strong emphasis on promoting

global awareness fostering global competency and inspiring action,towards solving real–worldproblems. Through this event, it is our hope thatattendees will challenge themselves and others tobecome more active citizens of the world. Let uslearn, question, create, and engage in meaningful,authentic opportunities within a global context!

More About the Conference...

During International Education Week (November14-18, 2011), the 2011 Global Education Conferencewill take place entirely online and around the clockusing the Blackboard Collaborate platform. Allsessions will be recorded and archived.Both pedagogy and technology play signi?cantsupporting roles in this event, but this is neither an ICT conference nor a general education conference. If you are considering submitting a proposal, individual toolsand content–area subjects should be addressedwithin the context of 21st century skills–basedprojects and initiatives. The call for proposals ends October 31, 2011.Our audience is primarily K-20 educators, students,organizations, and other stakeholders interested inglobal education. The primary language of theconference will be English, but presenters are stronglyencouraged to present in their native languages.

The 2011 Global Education Conference will be held November 14 - 18, online and free. Sessions will take place in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days. The 2010 Global Education Conference had 15,028 unique logins and presentations from 62 countries.

To attend and be kept informed of the latest conference news and updates, please join this network (you can still attend sessions if your membership is pending). The sessions schedule is now live and available in multiple time zones HERE.

The conference is held using the software platform Blackboard Collaborate (formerly Elluminate). To check that your computer is ready for Blackboard Collaborate, please go here. More information is here.

Special announcements during the conference will be listed here:

* The Twitter hashtag is #globaled11.

* Mac OSX 7.0 support help from Blackboard Collaborate is HERE

* Google Chrome user with some issues?

The conference is a collaborative, world-wide community initiative involving students, educators, and organizations at all levels. It is designed to significantly increase opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity.

The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, and projects related to connecting educators and classrooms with a strong emphasis on promoting global awareness, fostering global competency, and inspiring action towards solving real–world problems. Through this event, it is our hope that attendees will challenge themselves and others to become more active citizens of the world. Let us learn, question, create, and engage in meaningful, authentic opportunities within a global context!

Our goal is to help you make connections with other educators and students, and for this reason the conference is very inclusive and also provides broad opportunities for participating and presenting. We have expert presenters and keynote speakers, but we also encourage presenters who either have not presented before or have not presented in Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate).

We are still looking for conference volunteers, non-commercial partners, commercial sponsors, and international advisory panel members! You can let us know of your interests after you sign in on this site using the forms on the different conference pages. Potential sponsor organizations can contact Steve Hargadon immediately at the contact information below. 

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I can tell you right now that we had almost 40,000 unique hits to the conference Ning web site during the course of the past week. Take a look at our Clustr map, too, for an interesting view of hits to our site since January of 2010. Clearly, this map needs more red dots in certain parts of the world, so let us all keep spreading the word!

 

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The Global Education Conference Mission Statement

The Global Education Conference is a collaborative, world-wide community initiative involving students, educators, and organizations at all levels. It is designed to significantly increase opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity.

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The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, and projects related to connecting educators and classrooms with a strong emphasis on promoting global awareness, fostering global competency, and inspiring action towards solving real–world problems. Through this event, it is our hope that attendees will challenge themselves and others to become more active citizens of the world. Let us learn, question, create, and engage in meaningful, authentic opportunities within a global context!

 

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vedi anche il sito

http://globaleducation.ning.com/

 

During International Education Week (November 14-18, 2011), the 2011 Global Education Conference will take place entirely online and around the clock using the Blackboard Collaborate platform.

 Both pedagogy and technology play significant supporting roles in this event, but this is neither an ICT conference nor a general education conference. Individual tools and content–area subjects should be addressed within the context of 21st century skills–based projects and initiatives that present global opportunities for connecting, collaborating, and taking action. Our audience is primarily K-20 educators, students, organizations, and other stakeholders interested in global education. The primary language of the conference will be English, but presenters are strongly encouraged to present in their native languages.

     This is a exemple of some  presentations

6:00pm
 Live Video Conferencing: Strategies for Humanizing Global Education - Jennifer D. Klein, Founder and Educational Consultant
6:00pm
 SlideSpeech: Present Directly to Video Using Text-to-Speech - John Graves, PhD Student
6:00pm
 Thinking Beyond Borders Global Gap Year: A Teacher and Student Perspective - Loren Abbate, TBB Program Leader (2010-11)
7:00pm
 Connecting to the World Begins at Home -- Young Writers Project -- Geoffrey Gevalt, director
7:00pm
 Gaining Global Perspective in an Elementary Classroom - Beth Holland, Senior Associate
7:00pm
 Going Global - Tom Stanley
7:00pm
 Reaching & Teaching Future-Ready Students - Dr. Bobby Hobgood, Coordinator of 1:1 Online Community of Practice
8:00pm
 Blogs para educar colaborativamente - Prof. Cristina Velázquez
8:00pm
 Developing a Global Issues Curriculum that Engages, Contributes, and Connects - Mike Gwaltney, Instructor
8:00pm
 KEYNOTE: Howard Gardner
8:00pm
 Promoting and recognising development as global citizens: The International Global Citizen's Award - Boyd Roberts, founder, animator
9:00pm
 From Global-"i"-zation to Global-"we"-zation - Noble Kelly, president
9:00pm
 Global engagement through literature - Ms. A. Whitehurst
9:00pm
 KEYNOTE: Greg Jacobs/Louder Than a Bomb
9:00pm
 SPOTLIGHT: Best Practices in Global Project-Based Learning - Jennifer D. Klein, Professional Development and Outreach Coordinator
9:00pm
 Virtual Field Trips and Video Conferencing to Enhance Classroom-to-Classroom Collaborations Around the Globe! - Cynthia Cornwell, Technology Resource Teacher
10:00pm
 10 Tips for Globalizing Your Curriculum - Terry Heick, Director of Curriculum
10:00pm
 Living, Reporting and Understanding the News as a Global Citizen - Veronica DeVore, Assistant Editor of Education
10:00pm
 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR GLOBAL EDUCATION : HOW TO CONDUCT PROJECTS OUT OF BOUNDARIES - Hiên-Minh Lê Thi, Ph.D. (c)
10:00pm
 The MY HERO Project: Resources to Create, Share and Discover Inspirational Media - Emma Olson Development Officer
11:00pm
 Globaloria Social Learning Network for Global STEM Education through Game Design - Dr. Idit Harel Caperton, President & Founder
11:00pm
 Intercambios Docentes... Ventana a la multiculturalidad - Lydia Judith Castro Navarrete
11:00pm
 Prende tu celular - Prende tu celular
11:00pm
 Reading Around the World - Jennifer Hanson, Librarian

Thursday, November 17
00:00
 Lessons from the teapot: Using Facebook in the classroom - Anne De Manser
00:00
 Music Matters - Sally Walsh
00:00
 Powerful Web Tools for Elementary Global Collaboration - Nancye Blair, Technology and Gifted Specialist
01:00
 Connecting to Real World Problems with Google Earth - Thomas Petra, Teacher
01:00
 Designing a Global Collaboration Using FlatClassroom® Model - Cathy Wolinsky, Instructional Technology
01:00
 ePals 101: Global Collaboration Across 200 Countries, With Free Projects and Communication Tools - Rita Oates
01:00
 Occupy PD: Taking Control of Your Professional Development - Kristen Swanson, EdCamp Philly Organizer
02:00
 Book Club 2.0: How To Start and Run a 21st Century Book Club - Benjamin Curran, Educational Consultant/Teacher
02:00
 Haiku for Kids: Connecting Kids Around the World through Poetry - Mary Carole Strother
02:00
 IT and Learning Centers for Streetkids in Manila Philippines - Jon Mannion
02:00
 KEYNOTE: Carol Black
02:00
 Mi Experiencia Educando Estudiantes en el Mundo Virtual - Lilian M. Dyer
03:00
 Collaborative Tools for Global Communication & Reflection - Jason Graham Grade 1 Teacher & ICT Coordinator
03:00
 PROYECTO PEDAGÓGICO PRODUCTIVO - LUIS FERNANDO CAMUES VITERI , DOCENTE
03:00
 SPOTLIGHT: Las Mejores Prácticas en la Educación Global Basada en Proyectos - Jennifer D. Klein, Founder and Educational Consultant
04:00
 "Imagine Better": Participatory Culture and Literary-Inspired Activism - Cris Crissman, PhD
04:00
 ASB Goes Online - Debbie Grieve ASB Online Academy Co-Director
04:00
 Global Connections Through Blogging - Shawn Avery, 6th Grade Teacher
04:00
 Using a storytelling approach to curriculum for more equitable learning in multi-ethnic classrooms - Katherine Ireland, graduate student
05:00
 My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action - Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, Social Studies Teacher and Department Chair
05:00
 Pathways to Understanding the Other: Developing Students’ Global Competence - Aleks Nesic, Intercultural Specialist for Assessment and Training
05:00
 Promising Practices and Innovation in California Adult Literacy Education Programs - Equipping Low Skilled Adults for the Global Economy - Branka Marceta, Technology Projects Coordinator
05:00
 Using New Media to Solve New Challenges in a Connected World - Ken Morrison, Assistant Professor
06:00
 Global Education through Hip Hop: Teaching about the Palestinian Territories, a Case Study - Elisheva Cohen
06:00
 Using global journalism in your classroom - Mark Schulte, National Education Coordinator
06:00
 What I have done with (iEARN) organization to improve my skills and my teen peers - Sulaiman Saud Al-Qassabi,
06:00
 Within, Across, Beyond - Using technology to connect kids and realise a vision - Dr Robert Sbaglia, ICT coordinator, Castlemaine North Primary School
08:00
 Action research in education - Hery Yanto The
11:00
 Developing a rigorous and internationally recognized curriculum - Lennox Meldrum, Curriculum Manager (Physics and Mathematics)
11:00
 Kids talking to Kids - Edna Sackson
12:00
 '“TOWARDS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A DIDACTIC LEARNING UNIT TO ENHANCE THE TECHNOLOGICAL AND DIDACTIC COMPETENCE OF FUTURE ENGLISH TEACHERS' - Floralba Páez Fernández
12:00
 Cultural eLearning Adventures - Mrs Anne Mirtschin
12:00
 Designing and running a global project has its challenges but anyone can do it! - Jennifer Peterson, Academic Technology Coordinator
12:00
 ISTE & IB A Marriage Made in Digital Heaven - Sean Thomas Moroney M.Ed..
13:00
 Enhancing Information Fluency in Undergraduate Students and Faculty Through Study Abroad and Transcultural Communication - Michael Aldarondo-Jeffries, Director McNair Scholars Program
13:00
 Primary Source & Asia Society Present: Teaching About Afghanistan Through Primary Sources - Liz Howald, Program Director
13:00
 SPOTLIGHT: Embedding Global Collaborative Projects into the Curriculum - Julie Lindsay
13:00
 Utilizing technology to facilitate learning: 1000guru.net - Miftakhul Huda
14:00
 Liberating Curriculum from Monolingual Textbook to Multilingual Mobile Open Source - Melda Yildiz, Associate Professor
14:00
 Livro Aberto: Opening Books to Promote Literacy in Mozambique - a Student-Driven Project - Juliana, Mayara, Clarice, Olivia, Maire
14:00
 The Taiwan Government Scholarship Program: A Review of Taiwan’s Diplomacy through Internationalization in Higher Education - Chun-Chan Hsu
14:00
 What does it mean to be a Global Educator and how can we design lessons that help students become Global Citizens? - Honor Moorman, International Studies Schools Network Coach
15:00
 A online course model for preparing educators worldwide to integrate youth media-making into the classroom. - Allan Kakinda
15:00
 Authentic Learning Experiences for Elementary Students, a U.S. - Uganda Connection - Kim Sivick, Coordinator of Lower School Technology
15:00
 Get Out of the Classroom with Virtual Field Trips - Jayme Linton, Instructional Technology Facilitator
15:00
 KEYNOTE: June Lee & Dr. Louise Mares
16:00
 KEYNOTE: Michael Lees
16:00
 Learning with a Global Perspective - Penny Lorenzo, Assistant Dean of Faculty
16:00
 Promoting Industrial Project Presentations for International Collaboration - Dr. Revathi Viswanathan
16:00
 Realidad Aumentada aplicada al Dibujo Técnico - Señora: Anabel Sánchez Cabana
16:00
 Using Innovative Online Technologies - Dr Katya Toneva
17:00
 DeforestACTION!: Global Education for Environmental Stewardship - Sara Hassan, Program Officer
17:00
 European Collaboration through Math, Science and Technology (MaST) - ILESAN DANIELA FLORENTINA
17:00
 KEYNOTE: Jarmo Viteli
17:00
 KEYNOTE: Anna Batchelder, Christopher Batchelder, Karen Fasimpaur
17:00
 Reading Across the Globe: addressing the context of cultural difference through collaborative discussion - Donna Roman Teacher and Andrew Barrett Director of Curriculum and Instruction
17:00
 Using Online Primary Sources K-12 for World History and 21st Century Skills - Susan Zeiger, Program Director
18:00
 Arab Spring: Using Social Media to Teach in Real Time - Jennifer D. Klein, Director of Educational Development
18:00
 got water? Join this annual virtual expedition from Guatemala with your students (March 2012) and gain an understanding of our most basic human need: water. - Joan Roehre, Distance Learning Facilitator
18:00
 KEYNOTE: Esther Wojcicki
18:00
 Using Technology to Promote Global Awareness in the Early Childhood Classroom PreK-2 - Althea Penn, m.ed.adm., Educational Consultant
19:00
 A District Approach to Collaboration - Christy Fennewald, Technology Coordinator
19:00
 Across Curriculum and Across Oceans: collaboration , technology and 21st century skills for students - Steve Sandy, Technology Resource Teacher
19:00
 Aprendiendo colaborativamente con modelo 1 a 1 en el aula - Prof. Cristina Velázquez
19:00
 Honing Interaction with International Online Projects - Ms Rita Zeinstejer, EFL Teacher
19:00
 KEYNOTE: Carrie Wagner
19:00
 Making Connections Around the World - Jaime Steward k-12 technology integration specialist
20:00
 Building a Global High School Blogger's Collaborative - Mike Gwaltney, Instructor
20:00
 Finding Global Primary Sources - Jennifer Hanson
20:00
 Learn about earth smarts: A freely available educational construct for socioecological literacy - Bryan H. Nichols
20:00
 One Schools Story, Student exchanges: Impacts & Success - George Thornton, Teacher
20:00
 Social Media Student Clubs - Terry Eberhart, Executive Director of SMGECP
21:00
 Across Borders - Lisette Casey, Technology Integration Specialist
21:00
 Connecting Classrooms Project - Adelina Moura
21:00
 KEYNOTE: Tara Abrahams
21:00
 Techniques on How to Handle Poverty, Trauma, Adult Learning and the Web or " You can help the pushouts." - Richard Close CEO
21:00
 Using Live Broadcasting services to build collaboration between learners from different schools! - Mr Alessio Bernardelli
22:00
 FACE IT-TRACE IT-ERASE IT - JAck Strelec, teacher, coordinator
22:00
 Foreign language exchanges via Skype: more productive, more relaxing and more fun with this free resource - Jim Sarris, High School Spanish Teacher
22:00
 National Security Language Initiative for Youth: A Students' Experience Abroad - Curtis Young, Grant Programs Coordinator
22:00
 Videos for Communities and Service - Rushton Hurley, Executive Director
23:00
 Education Special Forces: A Complete Education System - Bob Zenhausern CEO
23:00
 Global Projects - Theresa Allen, Technology Teacher and Coordinator
23:00
 Global Virtual Project Based Learning (GVPBL): A Structured Theoretical Framework for Cross Hemispheric Collaboration - G. Andrew Page, PhD
23:00
 Integration of the Asia Society Global Competency Matrix in Teaching and Learning: Developing KM Global Charter School - Valerie Schmitz - Director
23:00
 Social Media Club Education Chapters - Terry Eberhart, Executive Director of SMGECP
Visualizzazione degli eventi fino al 18/11.

 Friday, November 18
12:00am
 Making Global Collaboration Work: A Concrete Example for the 21st Century - Steven Sowell, English Department Chair
12:00am
 Redefining 21st Century Literacy: Is Digital Literacy Underrepresented In Curriculum Around The World? - Paul Garofano - Educational Technology Specialist
12:00am
 World Savvy Students - Charmagne Campbell-Patton, Program Manager
12:00am
 Youth Media Creation in the At-Risk Student Population - Gregg Witkin, Adobe Youth Voices Lead Educator
1:00am
 'La incorporación del teléfono celular en el aula como recurso tecnológico audiovisual.' - Profesor Sergio D. Bosio
1:00am
 Essentializing the Global “Other”: Defining and Teaching “Culture” as a 21st Century Skill - Craig Perrier
1:00am
 Personalized Learning Toolkits: Designing New Pathways for Every Student - Barbara Bray, Creative Learning Strategist
1:00am
 Students of Today Building the Schools of Tomorrow in S. Sudan - Jordan Frank, PR Director FBF; Executive Director, TWS
2:00am
 Curriculum as a platform - Dr. Maria Droujkova
2:00am
 Educación en contextos de privación de la libertad - Andrés Leiva Beil
2:00am
 Google Lit Trips: Sharing the wisdom of OUR Global Literary Heritage via Google Earth - Jerome Burg, founder, Google Lit Trips
3:00am
 Developing Authentic Global Collaborative Science Projects - Robin Cochran Dirksen
3:00am
 Dipping into the EdTech fun -- outside Silicon Valley - Betsy Corcoran, Tony Wan, editors
3:00am
 Gathering Around the Fire: Story in the Digital Age - Judy Goldberg
3:00am
 Igniting Creativity, Collaboration and Innovation through Integrated Assessment - Karen Yager Dean of Studies
4:00am
 be you. - monika hardy
4:00am
 Globalize Learning with Local Opportunities and Technology Tools - Rita Oates, PhD
4:00am
 Preparation of teachers as educational researchers in the borderless new media community - Yin-Mei Wong, PhD
4:00am
 Sandra Soler Daza, Master en Tecnologías Aplicadas a la Educación. Docente Lic. en Informática
5:00am
 Digging into Minecraft - Dr Bronwyn Stuckey
5:00am
 eTextbook in Academia: Issues and Solutions - Plamen Miltenoff, Professor
5:00am
 Terry Eberhart Cultural and Geographic Variations in SM use by higher education instructors with their students - Terry Eberhart, Executive Director of SMGECP
5:00am
 World Language Teaching to Language Immersion Teaching: Opening Career Doors - Shannon Peterson, Assistant Director
6:00am
 Aprender en Colaboración Desde la distancia, con los PTI es posible. - Amanda Silene Russi. Docente
6:00am
 Building a Global High School Blogger's Collaborative - Mike Gwaltney, Instructor
6:00am
 Lacadalet and the (inter)national poetry Channel - Hana Sustkova
6:00am
 Perspectives of the Education System in Finland - Dr. Ann Gaudino, President
8:00am
 Learning from everywhere: English 3.0 Pilot Project - Hery Yanto The
8:00am
 Proyectos Colaborativos Globales: interterritorialidades y relaciones transdisciplinares en la construcción ampliada del currículum de ciencias. - Reina Cortellezzi Lagos
9:00am
 Esteem individually, engage internationally: Autonomous Personal Learning for Language Teachers - Mgr. et Mgr. Lenka Kroupová
10:00am
 Higher Engineering Education : Integrating Blooms Taxanomy, PBL, Students Personality and ICT for outcome based curriculum Design of Industry relevant Courses - Satyadhyan Chickerur
10:00am
 Project Purpose: Students Making a Difference in Mozambique - Ariana, Yahn, Allysen, Chantal
10:00am
 Shared Mindspace: trading places for high impact - Nina Prodinger, CVO
11:00am
 Distributed Concurrent e-Design - Anne Fox (Owner/Manager)
11:00am
 Getting a Sense of the Whole Game: The Idea of Scientific Conferences as Educational Simulations - Dr. Haido Samaras, Director of Instructional Design and Development
11:00am
 Global(ized) EFL Education and Stereotyping - Dr. Kimberly Brooks-LEwis
12:00pm
 99 Ways to Give & Receive: Service Learning & CAS Informing Global Awareness & Citizenry - Sean Thomas Moroney M.Ed.
12:00pm
 Las TIC y su influencia en la educación. Técnicas y recursos didácticos. Proyectos colaborativos con TIC - Lic. y Prof. Claudio Ariel Clarenc
12:00pm
 SPOTLIGHT: 7 Steps to Flatten Your Classroom: Simple Steps from the Flat Classroom Project - Vicki Davis, Teacher/ IT Director
12:00pm
 The globally solidary responsibility as an educational goal - Dr Maria del Carmen Patricia Morales
1:00pm
 iInnovate. iIntegrate. iPublish - Eric Walters, Director of Science and Technology
1:00pm
 NetGeneration of Youth : A Catalyst for Education Transformation in the Global –Digital Age - Emilio Garza, Assistant Principal
1:00pm
 Proyecto Telecolaborativo: Ciencia Enredada - Experiencia H2.0 - Prof. Cristina Velázquez
1:00pm
 SPOTLIGHT: Integrating Technology into Blended Learning in Higher Education - Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D
2:00pm
 "La educación prohibida" - Germán Doin campos
2:00pm
 Finding Solutions to Hunger - Deanne McBeath, Educator & Janna Wilson, Educator
2:00pm
 iEARN Master Trainer Seminar reflections: Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art grant recipients discuss their experience - Donna Román and Zeenat Munir
2:00pm
 Your Students Are Changing: Are You? - Mrs. Najwa Farha Chalabi
3:00pm
 #Redeschat, networked learning about a hashtag - Luz Pearson - ICT Coord - Teacher
3:00pm
 Creating a Global Education: From Mission to Practice - Richard Swanson, Assistant Principal
3:00pm
 Creating a Global Issues Curriculum: From Awakening to Empowering Empathic Action - Rob Ferrin, High School Humanities
3:00pm
 International Collaboration: Seeking 4 Schools to Partner with TI Charter in the Bronx - Steve Bergen and Adjowah Scott, co-founders
4:00pm
 Digiteen Dream Team - Vicki Davis, Teacher/ IT Director
4:00pm
 KEYNOTE: Pam Allyn
4:00pm
 Oral Communication for an Interconnected World: Creating Competent Speakers - Erik Palmer, Author (Well Spoken: Teaching Speaking to All Students, Stenhouse, 2011), Consultant
4:00pm
 Student-Authored Wiki Textbooks: Composition and Review - Edward F. Gehringer, Assoc. Professor, Comp. Sci.
5:00pm
 CLOSING KEYNOTE: Ed Gragert
6:00pm
 GlobalEdCon11 Closing Party!

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