Global Education Conference Day 4 – Final Day. Why not join in?

image We have been including daily blog posts on the schedule of the Global Education Conference. These can be accessed as follows:

Day 1:here.

Day 2: http://goo.gl/R89Lbz

Day 3: http://goo.gl/4IY2FO

The Global Education Conference Network tells us about the plan for today, Day 4, in an email: “Thursday, November 19th, is the fourth and final day of the sixth annual Global Education Conference! We’ve had three great days of sessions and keynotes, and the recordings of any sessions that have taken place are accessible on the conference recordings page.”

Kim Wilkens ‏@kimxtom 4 hours ago

I joined a conference today during my breaks & connected with folks around the world – you can too! http://www.globaleducationconference.com/ #GlobalEd15

The list of Thursday’s sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page. Follow the conference through Twitter using the hashtag #globaled15. Session recordings are posted immediately following each session.

We do still need more volunteers to help moderate sessions! Sign up and information here. It’s a ton of fun, you’ll be doing some good, and you’ll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!


Thursday, November 18th
Schedule based on Cape Town time (GMT+2)
(Visit this page to get the link to the actual session)

http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/globaledcon-schedule-gmt-2-1

12:00am

Global Content, Local Lessons: Discover new strategies for creating interactive blended lessons with content created by teachers around the world through TES and Blendspace. – Erica Magnusson, Content Analyst, TES

12:00am

Global Encounters: Connecting Classrooms to Address the World’s Great Challenges. – Terry Godwaldt, Director of Programming

12:00am

International Project-Based Learning: The Monarch Butterfly – Mrs. Ruth Valle

12:00am

Write Our World – Multicultural eBooks by Kids for Kids – Julie Carey, Founder

1:00am

Developing Attitudes of Global Mindfulness: Linking Globalization with the Practices of Science – Jillian Wendt, Assistant Professor of Science Education

1:00am

Global Collaboration Ideas from Flat Connections – Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator

1:00am

Globalizing US History: How to do It! – Craig Perrier, High School Social Studies Specialist, Fairfax County Public Schools & History Adjunct, Northeastern University

1:00am

How to Embrace the Wonder of Global Learning Without Completely Messing with Your World – Jenna Broadbent, Community Director Kidnected World

2:00am

Divided Memories: Comparing History Textbooks in China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States – Rylan Sekiguchi, Curriculum Specialist

2:00am

KEYNOTE: Henry Harboe and Ritesh Mishra

2:00am

La Medicion de la Calidad Educativa y la Acreditacion – M.Ed Estuardo Salazar Gini

2:00am

Proyecto internacional “Un Mundo de Juegos” – Profesora Cristina Velázquez

3:00am

Going Global within your Curriculum – Lisa Parisi, GT Teacher, PLTW Teacher Trainer

3:00am

Mobile Learning for Adult English Learners (ESL Students) – Expanding the Classroom Boundaries – Heidi Larson, Project Advisor

3:00am

Promoting Global STEM through Educational Robotics Competition (RoboCupJunior) – Amy Eguchi, Associate Professor of Education

3:00am

Shift Thinking of Middle School Students Who Come With Low Expectations About Their Ability to Learn: An introduction to the world at large, to the difficulties and the similarities of young people – Ginger Heller

4:00am

Global Projects, Grants, & Resources for Edupreneurs – Melda N. Yildiz, Global Scholar, Edupreneur

 

4:00am

International Clinical Placements – Ann C. Gaudino, Ed.D., Founder and Editor

4:00am

Why Develop a Student-Run Global Affairs Forum? – Isabella Nuñez ‘17, Azaria Segall ‘18, Students

5:00am

KEYNOTE: Will Piper and Pedrio Aparicio – “Engaging Learning Beyond Borders (in both English and Español)”

6:00am

Ambientes de Motivación para el aprendizaje – Julio Aviles Romero

6:00am

Building a Community of Problem-Solvers – Kristin Maksymec, Advanced Learning Facilitator

6:00am

Conversión de un docente tradicional a un tutor de educación virtual – Lorena Jiménez

6:00am

Low-Context Delivery, High-Context Classroom: Meeting the Challenges of the Global Classroom – Dr. Betsy Bannier, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics

7:00am

Dialogue Culture in Education – PhD Galina Pokhmelkina

7:00am

Exploring Global Learning Opportunities – Nikolette Grace A. Ojerio, Exploring Global Learning Opportunities

7:00am

Simulating the practice of a foreign language at work through the Open-Access Languages at Work through Drama Method (LWD) – Carlos S. Huerta Jimenez – USMEXFUSION Executive Director

7:00am

Why study abroad? – Ms. Angelica Bartolome

8:00am

iCareProject: Teaching Students to Make Global Impact – Justine Ericz Tapang

10:00am

Can East meet West? Problematizing Westwards-looking educational reforms in Vietnam – Dr. Thi Tuyet Tran

11:00am

The Global Connected Educator – Anne Mirtschin

12:00pm

Fostering Global Competency in an International School in Mongolia – Dr Kate Sutton Jones

12:00pm

Global Flipped Classrooms: Gaining Knowledge from All Around The World – Igo Trazo

12:00pm

My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action – Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, iEARN USA Master Trainer and Project Facilitator; Chris Stevens Youth Network (CSYN) Facilitator, Social Studies Teacher

12:00pm

Social Networking Homes to Green with Love – Sajimol Sajeev, Dance Teacher

1:00pm

LInking Colleagues, Researchers, Industries and Investments Today – Dr. Mirzi L. Betasolo

2:00pm

Finding Solutions To Hunger, Poverty & Inequality – Bridget Stout

2:00pm

My Language, Your Language: Teaching and Learning Unfamiliar Scientific Terms In Filipino – Victoria J. M. Quindara

2:00pm

So You Think You Can Tweet ….in Multiple Languages? – Kae Novak, Instructional Designer

2:00pm

Teachers Matter Everywhere: Professional Development in Rural School – Kay Stokes- Alidu, Associate Professor, International Business Studies

3:00pm

Can College Prepare You to Be a Global Citizen? – Michael Lai, Student Outreach Lead, North America

3:00pm

Changing the Climate: How Globalizing My Classroom Created the Best Environment for ALL Learners – Jillian Thomas, Teacher

3:00pm

Culture-Educational Paradigm Shift Framework Approach – Dr. Mirzi L. Betasolo

4:00pm

Educación Pre-Básica en Honduras: Experiencia de Integración Aflatot al Currículo Nacional – Patricia Betancourt, Técnico Especialista Educación

4:00pm

Global Collaboration in Student-Led Learning – Rachel Patton

4:00pm

Possibilities & Pitfalls: The State of Global Education – Dr. Brad Maguth, Associate Professor

4:00pm

Red de Aprendizaje Virtual Relacionados a la Administración, Que une la comunidad universitaria y secundaria – Gonzalo Andrés Rodríguez Arrieta – Docente Universitario

5:00pm

Educating in the Ego of ID: The Role of Perceived Identity in Symbolic Politics – Jacob D. Matlock

5:00pm

Globalizing Curriculum for Real-World Impact: Lessons from Virtual Exchange – Katja Riikonen, Ph.D. Senior Officer – Training & Facilitation

5:00pm

How to be an Equitable Education Champion: Lessons for Everyday Activists – Noel Schroeder, Deputy Director, Advocacy and Capacity Building

5:00pm

Taking the Mystery Skype to the Next Level – Mr. Rhett Oldham

6:00pm

A Critical Look at the World Bank and Education – Steven J. Klees, Professor of International Education Policy

6:00pm

ArtLink en el Bosque Tropical Lluvioso de Guatemala – Gerardo Barillas, Maestro; Ramon Zetina, Coordinador de Programa; Miguel Barreto, Facilitador

6:00pm

Getting Started in Global Education – Glenna Gustafson, Associate Professor

6:00pm

The Inter-American Teacher Education Network (ITEN): Activities and Tools for the Teaching Profession in the Americas – Maria José de Leon, Education Consultant

7:00pm

Connecting student communities around the world into one collaboration. – Mohammad Dayem Adnan.

7:00pm

Developing Religious Literacy in Schools: A Must to Nurture Global Citizenship – Anisha Ismail Patel, M.Ed, Founder & Chief Education Officer

7:00pm

Parent_to_Parent community of practice – Federico Monaco PhD

7:00pm

Refugee Story Circle – Wai Chum

8:00pm

KEYNOTE: Ann Michaelsen

9:00pm

Crowdsourcing Educational Projects on a Global Scale: From Research to Practice – Ioana Literat, Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design

9:00pm

K-12 Global Art Exchange w/ Electronic Follow Up – Paul Hurteau, Executive Director

9:00pm

Making the most of the cultural resources in the adult ed classroom – Anne Fox

9:00pm

The My Hero Project: Teachers Resources to Support Your Projects – Mali Bickley: Collaboration Specialist

10:00pm

AFS-USA’s Intercultural Learning eTool: Culture Trek: Classroom Connections – Tonya Muro, Ed.D., Director of School Outreach and Educational Partnerships

10:00pm

Diverse digital education for diverse global learners – Kelsey Catherine Schmitz, PhD Education content specialist

10:00pm

Hot Teaching Spots – Mrs. Maha Hassan

10:00pm

Using Diplomacy and Current Events to Build a Fluid Global Curriculum – Laura Miller, Social Studies Teacher

11:00pm

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Jim Knight

Visit The Global Education Conference Network at:http://www.globaleducationconference.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

Remember that if you miss something the recording will be available on the link shown at the beginning of this post.

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