Global Collaboration Meets Curriculum
Listen and learn : Snapshot
Monday, November 30, 12:45–1:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Presentation 2 of 2
Cultivating Intentional Global Collaborations with Students
JoyAnn Boudreau Robyn Stout
Interested in trying global collaboration? Tried it and hungry for more? Discover global collaboration opportunities you can easily implement in person or remotely! We will share some favorites; then dive into collaborative conversations and brainstorming. Come with ideas and questions; leave with a plan to take students around the world!
|Audience:||Coaches, Teachers, Library media specialists|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
|Subject area:||Language arts, STEM/STEAM|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
|Additional detail:||Session recorded for video-on-demand|
The purpose of our presentation is to speak to educators that are interested in global collaboration and provide them ideas, tools, and resources on how to become involved or grow what they are already doing. The opportunities that we will speak on will be ones that educators that have never participated in global collaboration before can easily jump into but also that may be new to veterans. We will give examples of collaboration projects that that weave nicely into various content areas. Attendees will leave with a goal and rough draft of a plan or idea in mind.
1. Sharing out why's.
2. Sample focus areas for collaborating happening globally and integrating into curriculum.
A. Global Goals
1) Sustainable Development Goals
B. Connecting around Reading
1) Global Read Aloud
3) Tying into events
C. Taking Coding Global
1) Global Coding Project
D. Creativity Centered Collaborations
1) Traveling Mural Project example
2) Tools - Wakelet, Canva, Adobe Spark
3. Wrap up
"5 ways students benefit from global collaboration" by Julie Randles
Teach Boldly by Dr. Jennifer Williams
The Global Educator by Julie Lindsay
The Global Education Guidebook: Humanizing K-12 Classrooms Worldwide Through Equitable Partnerships
by Jennifer D. Klein
Becoming a Globally Competent Teacher
by Ariel Tichnor-Wagner, Hillary Parkhouse, Jocelyn Glazier, J Montana Cain
JoyAnn is a middle school librarian, a co-founder of EduPride Alliance, a member of the ISTE Librarian PLN, and the recipient of the Outstanding New School Librarian in 2019 from the Indiana Library Federation.
I have been a Teacher Librarian for 7 years in Hamilton Southeastern Schools on Indiana. I love all things library, STEM and robotics. My passion is to help ALL students see their value and true potential. I want to help students and teachers achieve their goals.
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