Next week, on September 17, it is Global Collaboration Day. Organised by Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon from the Global Education Conference, along with advisors, this one day (nearly 48 hours - it is September 17 somewhere in the world for this long!) event brings together organisations, educators and creative ideas.
READ MORE on the GEC website
READ the EDUTOPIA article co-authored by me and Lucy
I just wanted to update you on ONE (of many) ISTE Global Collaboration PLN initiatives for Global Collaboration Day....
Educators at all levels and from all parts of the world are invited to be part of...
The World's Largest Global Education Collaboration and Challenge
during ‘Global Collaboration Day, September 17, 2015.
are looking for as many educators as possible at all levels to
participate, contribute and collaborate around the theme of ‘online
global collaboration’ over the 24+ hours of the collaboration (see time conversion chart).
Challenge: “What do school/university communities and systems need to
know about the benefits and processes of global collaborations for
teaching and learning? What’s the evidence and how do you do it?”
To participate in The World's Largest Global Education Collaboration Start HERE: http://bit.ly/1isJFBv
are invited to fill in an online form, after which they will be
directed to another Google doc where they can contribute in a number of
ways within these parameters:
Part 1: Telling the story of online global collaboration in educationVia Google doc or Voicethread (full instructions given for using this tool)
Part 2: Online global education collaboration: An educational imperative?via Google doc
are excited to include K-12 and post-secondary levels of education and
welcome contributions from across the world - and we really do hope this
will be the World's LARGEST Global Education Collaboration!!
Please plan to contribute! Please spread the word!