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Global Collaboration in Elementary: Presentation (with audio)

The video below is from a webinar with Region 10 where I discuss the basics of global collaboration in elementary. This is one topic in a series of hangouts I will be doing with Region 10. You can see the full schedule here and register for FREE (required for CPE credit.) I hope you enjoy the presentation and will check out the topics on the schedule.

Global Collaboration in elementary: The How and Why– “Learn about tech tools and example projects that will give your class a global audience while discussing how these connections lead to collaboration and authentic learning in the classroom. Tools shared include blogs, Twitter, Google Docs, and Skype. Real-life project examples will be shared and importance of digital citizenship will be an underlying topic.”


3 Responses to Global Collaboration in Elementary: Presentation (with audio)

  1. Veronica Hernandez says:

    This was awesome! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Louise MacPherson says:

    I’m a preservice Mandarin Chinese teacher and this has given me some great ideas about things I’d like to try in my classrooms. How did you find willing schools to play/chat/share with your kids?

  3. Angela says:

    Thanks for the information!!! I use LOTS of tech tools in my classroom, but have never used Twitter. I am going to try it this year!

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