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Global Pedagogy in the World Language Classroom

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Global Learning as Pedagogy, Not as a Project...

It’s time to move beyond the “wow” factor of a global project designed to connect your students with other kids who happen to live halfway around the world. Most of these projects don’t go beyond students working parallel to each other, contributing their perspective, data, or participating in Q & A sessions via synchronous or asynchronous technology platforms.
Global skills, literacies, and capacities need to push our teachers and students to not just talk about the world, but learn, speak, and collaborate with the world. Let’s explore examples and ideas to connect to experts, mentors, and peers from around the world as a way of teaching and learning.
‣ the amplified possibilities of global connections to move beyond your classroom,
‣ a global learning network at your disposal,
‣ using your imagination to bring the world (language and
culture) to your students,
‣ opportunities to support and embed 21st century skills and
literacies in your curriculum,
‣ a showcase of examples from the World Language

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Contact me via http://globallyconnectedlearning.com

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Global Pedagogy in the World Language Classroom

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