Build Your #GlobalEd Toolkit: Take ACTION With Technology
Location: Posters; Level 3, Skyline Ballroom Pre-function, Table 28
Participate and share : Poster
Sunday, June 24, 7:00–8:30 pm
Location: Posters; Level 3, Skyline Ballroom Pre-function, Table 28
Erin Dowd Amy Rosenstein Dr. Jennifer Williams
Looking for ways to motivate your students to become instruments of positive change as global citizens? Join for this inspired session to discover how to use emerging technologies and purposeful instructional practices to fuel the collaborative classroom and empower every student to advocate, innovate and campaign for the global goals.
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Topic:||Online tools, apps and resources|
|Subject area:||Language arts, Social studies|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Looking for ways to inspire your students to become instruments of positive change as global citizens? Join for this inspired session to discover how to use emerging technologies and purposeful instructional practices to fuel the collaborative classroom and empower every student to advocate, innovate, and campaign. Come curate ideas as we share specific programs, tech tools and apps, and technology-infused initiatives that develop global competencies for our students inviting them to (1) investigate the world, (2) weigh perspectives, (3) apply disciplinary and interdisciplinary expertise, and (4) take action! Session participants will learn about the UN Sustainable Development Goals and global education connections to standards of learning and practice and ways they can seamlessly infuse social good practices of empathy, compassion, and grit into current instruction. Come build your #globaled toolkit as we go broad to narrow and cover the continuum from pedagogy to practice and local to global.
Learn about the Sustainable Development Goals
Learn how to facilitate student action for social good in your classroom
Curate ideas for how to Teach the SDGs in your classroom using digital tools
How to join the Teach SDGs movement by signing the pledge
Digital tools including: Skype in the Classroom, Kahoot, Empatico, Microsoft SDG course, Buncee, Participate, World’s Largest Lesson
Collaborating from classroom to classroom throughout the world on common Sustainable Development Goals, ie: Gender Equality or Climate Action.
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Erin Dowd is the founder of JRNEY.org, a member of the Teach SDGs educator task force, professional learning chair for the ISTE Global Collaboration PLN, and was named an ASCD Emerging Leader for 2017. She also holds a master’s degree in Global and International Education from Drexel University. She recently presented on Solidarity Through Connectivity: SDGs in the IB Classroom at the 2017 IB Global Conference. Her writing has recently appeared in ASCD Express Getting Smart. A former teacher and curriculum director, Erin has spent her career working to provide equitable education for students all over the world.
Amy Rosenstein teaches elementary school in NY. Co-Founder of TeachSDGs.org, she is a Skype Master Teacher, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and PBS Digital Innovator. Amy holds a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Cornell University as well as a Master's in Elementary Education. Traveling the world via Skype with her students to places like Hong Kong, India, and Kenya, she incorporates digital storytelling, blogging, and self-publishing into her classroom. Author of the Scholastic eBook, 10 Fresh Ways to Incorporate Technology into Your Classroom, Amy is a recipient of the 2013 Pioneer Award and is a writer for KQED Education.
Dr. Jennifer Williams is a globally minded educator that works with classrooms of the world to connect learning and experience through meaningful uses of technology. As an Educational Strategist at Participate, she champions teachers to learn without limits through participatory learning experiences. She is a professor at Saint Leo University and serves on the Board of Directors for ILA. Jennifer is the co-founder of TeachSDGs, Edcamp TampaBay, and Edcamp Literacy and is a contributing author for Edutopia, Education Week, and Getting Smart. She’s inspired everyday by teachers and students that are catalysts for making the world a better place! @JenWilliamsEdu