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Breakout - Julie
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Global Action Citizenship
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Yokohama International School presents
Create the Future: Think, Learn, Create!
An EARCOS Weekend Workshop led by
, 2-3 October 2010
Julie and Kim present for the K12 Online Conference, October 2010
View the video on the RH side of this page.
Is your school interested in a 'Create the Future Workshop'?
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Kim's photos from the workshop are now posted
Explore exciting web 2.0 tools (like blogs, wikis, podcasts, Twitter, digital storytelling, and social bookmarking) through this project-based, practical 2-day workshop. A hands-on approach is emphasized with opportunities for learners at all levels to explore, discuss and model 21st Century pedagogy using digital tools. The focus of the workshop is for participants to design an engaging, technology-rich, collaborative project to implement in their classroom.
Participants will work in teams on ideas and objectives including Web 2.0 skill building, global collaboration and project management, designed to flatten the learning experience. Break out sessions will include building a personal learning network and digital portfolio development, digital citizenship best practice, and enhancing your web 2.0 toolbox. This workshop is designed to open doors to new modes of teaching and learning and focus on the learner (teacher and student) as a communicator, collaborator and creator.
As a result of this workshop, participants will:
power of Web 2.0 tools & learn how to choose
right tool for
potential of globally collaborative projects for students and teachers - increasing internationalism, inter-cultural understanding, and global awareness.
Build a network of interested and enthusiastic colleagues, both face-to-face as well as virtual participants.
Experience a hands-on workshop model where student-centered, project-based learning is fully integrated with a technology-rich environment.
strategies, structures and techniques in this model are easily applied to
What could (should) learning look like in the future?
How can we begin to embrace the future, today?
How can global collaboration bring the world into our classrooms?
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