Harmonogram sesji GEC na wtorek (15-11-2016)

Poniżej harmonogram sesji Global Education Conference na dzień 15 listopada 2016 r. w naszej strefie czasowej.

Poniżej podajemy tylko spis poszczególnych sesji.
Odnośniki do samych konferencji dostępne są na stronie oficjalnej GEC: TUTAJ.

Przypomniamy, że nagrania z poszczególnych sesji są udostępniane na bieżąco bezpośrednio po ich zakończeniu: TUTAJ

wtorek, 15 listopada
00:00
 (iEARN) Sharing International Exchange Through Mutlimedia - Elaine Huang, Alumna
00:00
A Case Study in Global Business Awareness - Connecting Students to the World Marketplace - Penny Lorenzo, JD
 
00:00
 Assessing Cross-Cultural Skills in Experiential Learning and Study Abroad - Rebecca Smolar, Manager of Education
 
00:00
 Create meaningful classroom experiences by connecting your classroom with a school in a developing country - Joanne Trangle, Executive Director
00:00
 Storytelling goes global - Ms Silvana Carnicero
 
01:00
 Keynote Hold
 
01:00
 KEYNOTE: Anne Polaski, Diane Repaal, + Colt Willcox - "Pages for Peace Foundation"
 
02:00
 Establishing and Running a Successful Two-Way Home Stay Exchange Program - Thomas Kennelly
 
02:00
 Personalizing Learning by Pursuing Student Passions in a Global Learning Community - Dr. Julie Barrett, Consultant
 
02:00
 The People's Market - Cheryl Nelson
 
02:00
 Women + Web = <STRONG> - Kim Wilkens, technology activist
 
03:00
 How can you build your personal global competence? One teacher’s journey in the Global Competence Certificate program - Jennifer Boyle, Global Competence Certificate Program Manager
 
03:00
 Voice Pals: Lessons learned from developing an international audio pen-pal program - Linda Ciano, Clinical Assistant Professor
 
04:00
 Keynote hold
 
04:00
 KEYNOTE: David Ross - "Six Strategies for Supporting Global Ed"
 
05:00
 Authentic Global Connections through an Inquiry Lens - Jason Graham- Digital Literacy Coach
 
05:00
 Strategies to Increase Student Transfer of Knowledge to Real-World Contexts & Facilitate 21st Century Skills - Tamara Galoyan, Ph.D. student
 
11:00
 (iEARN) cultural package exchange project - Mrs Asma Al Beriki
 
11:00
 Why Baki Matters II: Stories and Projects from Silk Road - Melda Yildiz, Ed.D.
 
13:00
 Creating Broader Perspectives Through Oral History - Ryan Harwood - Technology Integration Coach
 
13:00
 Five Years of Global Learning in a Little World- HLW Skypers - Anne Mirtschin
 
13:00
 Pescando Estudiantes: Aguilas pescadoras y la clase experiencial de español - Mark Viser, Spanish Teacher, Dept. of Foreign Languages
 
14:00
 (iEARN) Using Digital Media for Global Collaboration: A Look at Two iEARN Projects - Chris Baer, Arts and Technology Teacher, iEARN Project Facilitator and Curriculum Developer
 
14:00
 Psychic Distance Phenomena and Global Education - Susan Boyle, MFA, Full Time Faculty
 
14:00
 Publishing Student-Created eBooks to Foster Collaborative Global Sharing and Building of Knowledge - Francis Jim Tuscano, Grade School Teacher and Ed Tech Coach and Consultant
 
15:00
 (iEARN) Global Collaboration Creates Bridges for Globa Citizens - Kheira Mezough , Country Coordinator
 
15:00
 Enhancing Understanding in the Culturally-Diverse or Globally-Connected Classroom Using Screencasts - Dr. Crystal L. Sears, M.A., LLPC - Faculty
 
15:00
 Harmonizing Global Alliances: A Case Study of Afghanistan - Maria A. Beebe, Ph.D., Anthropology Department Affiliate
 
15:00
 One Heart Anti-Bullying Program - Janet Lee-Instructional Designer
 
15:00
 Resources for Integrating Latin American Studies Across the Curriculum - Mary Risner, Associate Director
 
16:00
 Keynote Hold
 
16:00
 Keynote Hold
 
16:00
 KEYNOTE: Kevin Smith - "Global Competence and Dual Language Programming: A purposeful, systematic integration of language and culture"
 
17:00
 (iEARN) Talking Kites Around the World - Ruty Hotzen
 
17:00
 Citizen Journalism - Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
 
17:00
 Creating Global Competency by Infusing Media Asset Projects into your Classroom - Darla Kay Hill, Education Consultant and EdTech Strategist
 
17:00
 Preparation for Teaching in a Global Classroom - Heather MacCleoud, Director – Academic Programs
 
17:00
 The importance of global education to the inquiry approach to learning in preparing the child for the 21st century - Paul Loranger
 
18:00
 (iEARN) EFL Youth Voices Project - Dr Daniela Munca-Aftenev
 
18:00
 Building Bridges Though Intercultural Communication - Joe McVeigh, Author and Educational Consultant
 
18:00
 Effective Use of Collaborative Online Discussion Boards and Netiquette Guidelines - Nadine Aboulmagd, Online Content Developer
 
18:00
 Learning to Ask Better Questions, Together. - Reuben Thiessen, CTO
 
18:00
 The Partnership Continuum: Building Global Partnerships that Work - Jennifer D. Klein, Global Educator and Author
 
19:00
 Keynote Hold
 
19:00
 KEYNOTE: Beate Nguyen, MA.Ed. - "Global Ed (Urgent Action + Critical Lens)"
 
20:00
 El Continuum de "Asociaciones Globales": Creando Intercambios Globales que Funccionan - Jennifer D. Klein, Educadora Global y Autora
 
20:00
 Integrating Dual Language with Global Learning through Project-Based Inquiry - Meg Van Voorhis, Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Services
 
20:00
 Study Abroad, Language Acquisition and Cultural Competencies A Case Study - Nadra Garas
 
20:00
 What Does Global Competency Look Like for Our Youngest Global Citizens--Toddlers and Preschoolers? - Susannah Wheelwright (former World Geography teacher, now stay-at-home mom)
 
21:00
 #GlobalSpeedChat--A Worldwide Collaboration of Students - Jennifer Hesseltine & Kim Preshoff, Teachers in New York
 
21:00
 Create globally connected students with a 'school within a school' - Kyle Wagner- Futures Academy Coordinator at The International School of Beijing
 
21:00
 Learning for a Purpose and Caring about the World with The Dream Flag Project - Jeff Harlan, Co-Founder
 
21:00
 Notes from the Field: Dual Language and Global Content in Action - Rocio Aguilar, Instructional Specialist
 
22:00
 Keynote Hold
 
22:00
 KEYNOTE: Joseph Ball - "Crash Into Digital Content With Crash Course"
 
23:00
 Excursions in Mathematics: A Global Education Project - Tammy L Jones, Consultant
 
23:00
 Experiential Learning: Discover Cuba Without a Passport - Ruth Valle, Spanish Teacher
 
23:00
 The concept of participation in education and learning: What can the educational field learn from other domains? - Ioana Literat, Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design
 
23:00
 What roles can school librarians play in global cultural competence? - Dr. Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
 
 
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