The Global Educator - Case Study 4.1
The Global Education Conference
Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon
It feels like I have known Lucy and Steve forever as we continue to collectively and globally build understanding about connecting with the world for deeper learning. The work that Lucy and Steve do together through The Global Education Conference is inspirational and transformative.
We declare the critical importance of helping our students, teachers, administrators, parents, and all others to connect globally and to learn from each other; we express appreciation for those who provide opportunities for such global learning activities; and we devote ourselves to furthering the cause of global education.
Just as this blog post becomes public, the 2017 Global Collaboration Day in conjunction with the Global Education Fair is being launched. These events take place on and around September 21. This is another authentic opportunity to connect with global educators and organisations, to share experiences and opportunities and to learn from and with each other. The Fair is designed for you to find the BEST global education resources for your school.
The entire event is virtual, which means you can come and go to suit your own schedule. Make sure you participate in something!
This is the 11th post in what will be a 36-week series featuring the 36 case studies from my book, 'The Global Educator: Leveraging Technology for Collaborative Learning and Teaching'. This book was published by the International Society for technology in Education in July 2016. The book contains contributions from over 100 educators and case studies featuring over 50 educators.
Read more about The Global Educator and find out where to purchase the hard copy and eBook/ePub versions. In addition, access other Case Studies in this series.
Flat Connections is proud to be an exhibitor at the Global Education Fair 2017
Julie Lindsay is the author of The Global Educator, and of this blog.