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TIE CO Flat Classroom 2013

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TIE CO Flat Classroom 2013

  1. 1. When You Go Flat You Never GoBack!Meet theFlat Classroom®DirectorsVicki DavisJulie Lindsay
  2. 2. Introduction• Who is the FlatClassroom®?Directors andco-founders– Julie Lindsay @julielindsay– Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher• Coordinator: Lisa Durff @durff• Where can you find us?flatclassroomproject.netflatclassrooms.ning.comflatclassroomconference.com@flatclassroom#flatclass
  3. 3. What do we do?• Flat Classroom® Projects LLC– Flat Classroom® Project and all other projects– Certified Teacher program• Flat Classroom® Conference and liveEvents Inc. a 501(c) 3 Non profit– Conference• to help scholarship students from areas of theworld in need.– Digiteen/Digitween Project
  4. 4. Flat Classroom® CertifiedTeacher• 14-week online course• Learn alongside othereducators how to flatten yourown classroom• Global collaboration designand pedagogy• Design your own project withother global educators likeyou!fcpteacher.flatclassroomproject.org/
  5. 5. Our Live Events• Flat Classroom® Conference– 2009 – Doha, Qatar– 2011 – Beijing, China– 2013 – Japan– 2014 - Australia• Flat Classroom® Workshops– Hong Kong 2009– Mumbai 2010, 2012, 2014– USA (educators) 2008, 2010• DigiTeacher™ Workshop– ISTE 2010, 2011, 2012?– Mumbai 2012
  6. 6. Flat Classroom® Conferencea 501(c)3 nonprofitAustralia 2014Sydney, June 18-21, 2014flatclassroomconference.com
  7. 7. Flat Classroom Book!Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds: Move toGlobal Collaboration One Step at a TimePublished January 2012www.flatclassroombook.comMore than a book…
  8. 8. Announcing F.L.A.T.s!Flat Learning Action TalksThe online talk youll want to hear!Regular online sessions featuringinspirational ideas from global educatorsand students.http://flats.flatclassroomproject.org/
  9. 9. projectsandpedagogy
  10. 10. Exploring Global Projects1. Why global projects?2. Global project sharing time.3. Where do I find partners?4. Brainstorming time by age level / topic.
  11. 11. POLL:What is your role at yourschool?A. TeacherB. IT DepartmentC. AdministratorD. ParentE. Other
  12. 12. 1. Why global projects?Teacher, IT Director@coolcatteacher
  13. 13. 1. Why?
  14. 14. How can we teach abstract tasks?
  15. 15. Can you learn how to do abstracttasks in a textbook?ConnectedReliable communicators‘Flat’ classroom walls
  16. 16. The Truth about Global CollaborationThe journey is the destination.Perfection is in the process of overcoming obstacles.
  17. 17. Glocalization: Thinking globally acting locally
  18. 18. Klossner’s (2010) 90-9-1 principle1. Why?Because socialmediabehaviorcannot definehow studentsinteract ineducationalspaces online.
  19. 19. POLL:How many projects have youalready done in yourclassroom?A. NoneB. 1C. 2D. 3E. 4 or more
  20. 20. 2. How do I define criteria forevaluating global projects?Teacher, IT Director@coolcatteacher
  21. 21. • Student age• Curriculum integration• Amount of time each week• Flexibility• Technology availability• My own technology proficiency2. How?
  22. 22. Flat Classroom®Global ProjectsFlat Classroom® ProjectDigiteen™ Project‘A Week in the Life…’ Project Gr3-5NetGenEd™ ProjectEracism™ ProjectIncubator ProgramK-2 Project Building Bridges to Tomorrow@flatclassroom@digiteen@netgened@eracismproject@flatclassroom@flatclasskidsP10-11*P11-12P13-14P12-13P13NEW!NEW!@flatclassroom*See the frameworks for each model on referenced page numbers.
  23. 23. Project sharing time 2 minute 1 person shares – 1 minute Other person shares – 1 minute You will share with 5 people. When we are done. Poll audience to shareANOTHER person’s project that you liked.(5 or more will be shared.)
  24. 24. Checklist for Sharing Select 1 thing you’ve done in your classroom(preferably a global project or one that couldbe a global project) and share the following in 1minute with your “partner” Name project Age of students What did you do? How much time did you spend each week? How long did the project last? What technology did you use? What did you learn?
  25. 25. Agreeing on core andoptional outcomes withstakeholders p 45-472. How?
  26. 26. 3. Where do I find globalpartners?Teacher, IT Director@coolcatteacher
  27. 27. How to find ProjectPartners?#1 Social Networks3. Where?3. Where?
  28. 28. How to find ProjectPartners?#2 Established Networks3. Where?3. Where?Location URLFlat Classroom Projects http://www.flatclassroomproject.netePals http://www.epals.com/Skype Education http://education.skype.com/
  29. 29. How to find ProjectPartners?#3 Hashtags3. Where?3. Where?Location URL#flatclass Conversations around the principles ofmerging classrooms and co-creatingtogether#globaled Global education conversations#globalclassroom Conversations around global classroomconversations#edchat Lots of conversations happen on thishashtag in education
  30. 30. How to find ProjectPartners?#4 Conferences3. Where?3. Where?Location URLK12 Online Conference(online only) - freehttp://k12onlineconference.org/Global EducationConference (online only)– freehttp://www.globaleducationconference.com/ISTE ($) http://www.iste.orgFlat ClassroomConferences (Free forvirtual $ for f2f)http://www.flatclassroomconference.comLots of conferences bycurriculum areaLook for them!
  31. 31. 4. Brainstorming activityTeacher, IT Director@coolcatteacher
  32. 32. Am I willing to redesign mycurriculum to embed a globalproject into what my class does?“Designing a globalcollaborative experienceinvolves transcending theobvious real time linkup,fostering higher order thinkingand providing opportunities forcultural understanding whileusually making a product thatimpacts others in a positiveway. ”4. When?
  33. 33. 4. When?The question is will you…
  34. 34. We will separate and plan: Grade level Existing networks
  35. 35. Our purpose: find others tofly with you today…
  36. 36. Activity 1: Birds of aFeather Flock togetherStep 1: Group yourselves bygrade/age level if possible
  37. 37. Step 2: Flock for 15! (minutes)• Brainstorm Ideas forCollaboration•Select best three ideas•Select a person to share
  38. 38. Step 3: Flock Reports•Share ideas w/ group
  39. 39. Open Discussion
  40. 40. Flat Classroom®Global ProjectsFlat Classroom® ProjectDigiteen™ Project‘A Week in the Life…’ Project Gr3-5NetGenEd™ ProjectEracism™ ProjectIncubator ProgramK-2 Project Building Bridges to Tomorrow@flatclassroom@digiteen@netgened@eracismproject@flatclassroom@flatclasskidsP10-11*P11-12P13-14P12-13P13NEW!NEW!@flatclassroom*See the frameworks for each model on referenced page numbers.
  41. 41. Is there a Flat Classroom® in yourfuture?Join usflatclassroomproject.netfcp@flatclassroom.orgflatclassrooms.ning.com@flatclassroom#flatclass
  42. 42. Visit UsTonihttp://toniobarton.wikispacescomhttp://toniobarton.wordpress.comJuliehttp://123elearning.blogspot.comhttp://learningconfluence.comVickihttp:/coolcatteacher.blogspot.comhttp://www.coolcatteacher.com

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