The Global Education Conference Day 2 is here! Why not join in online?

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We wrote about the Global Education Conference Day 1 yesterday. The post can be accessed here.  The Global Education Conference Network tells us about Day 2 in an email:

“Tuesday, November 17th, is day two of the sixth annual Global Education Conference. We had a great opening day of sessions and keynotes, and the recordings of any sessions that have taken place are accessible on the conference recordings page.

Barbara Cotter ‏@BcCotter 3 minutes agoIt’s only day one of @globaledcon #globaled15 and might I say, most impressive as always. Lots to learn, much collaboration and connection

 

The list of Tuesday’s sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. Unlike our opening day, Day two actually starts at midnight, US-Eastern Time! 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. (NOTE: We have done that and the South African times are shown below.) 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!


Tuesday, November 17th

(South African time (GMT+2)

00:00

A Global Shift in Mindset: How to develop innovative leaders? – Ryan Makhani, M. Ed

00:00

EFLtalks. Teachers Teaching Teachers Worldwide. A Project with a Vision. – Rob Howard – Founder

 

00:00

Our Global Friendships – Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator

01:00

Fuel Engagement through Humour – Ms Rita Zeinstejer, EFL Teacher and Teacher Trainer

01:00

The International and Study Abroad Experience: Mixing Pot or Salad Bowl – Dr. Michael O.

Johnston, Assistant Professor of Sociology

02:00

KEYNOTE: Carolyn Skibba & Mary Morgan Ryan

03:00

How to develop global competence within a classroom – a KIP approach – Zaman Sajid (PhD Student)

03:00

Teacher Leadership in Global Education – Maryann Woods-Murphy, Gifted and Talented Specialist

04:00

Global Google Mapping – Kathy Beck, Instructional Technology Coordinator

04:00

Methods for Poverty Transformation in Instructional Design – Richard C Close CEO – Servant

04:00

Stop teaching like it is 1985: Teach for Creativity in Micro-moments – Courtney L. Teague, Technology Trainer

04:00

The Global Monster Project: K-6 Experiential Collaboration – Dr. Terry K. Smith

05:00

NO KEYNOTE – 1 HOUR BREAK

06:00

Comprehensively Internationalizing the campus with the Open-Access System for Comprehensive Internationalization Si3 – Carlos S. Huerta Jimenez – USMEXFUSION Executive Director

06:00

Transform Learning Enviroment Together – Margarita Kalyuzhna, teacher

06:00

Where in the World is Media Literacy Education? – Cathy Leogrande, Ph.D. Associate Professor

07:00

Tools and Apps for the Global Educator – Anne Mirtschin

09:00

Implementing the Enhancing Reading through Identity and Cultural Heritage (ENRICH) Project – Isabelle Ereñeta, Education Specialist

11:00

#FitFam: Promoting a Healthier World – Samantha Ayap

14:00

Once You Global, There Is No Coming Back – Mrs Fabiana Casella

14:00

“Rebooting the International Fair: A K-12 Student-centered approach to refreshing a tired format” – Henry Wend, Director of Global Studies

15:00

Developing creative problem solving within a global context – Paul Loranger

15:00

Natural Wonders – Engaging students through global video conferencing about nature – Athalo Carrão – EFL Teacher

15:00

Partnering with schools in Massachusetts on global STEM projects – Larisa Schelkin

16:00

Changing the Course: 21st Century Learning Design and Implementation – Jessica Morrow – Language Arts Teacher

16:00

Dialogue Culture in Education – Olena Merzliakova, doctoral candidate

16:00

Why online teacher trainers should know about cMOOCs – Vance Stevens, EFL instructor

17:00

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS – model of resposive school in the fast changining environment – Chris Jones, director

17:00

Dialogue Culture in Education – Eliane Fitzé

17:00

Mapping Out G.I.S. Day Globally and Collaboratively: Enhancing Geospatial Literacy Through Open Access Tools – Raymond Pun

18:00

La Red Interamericana de Educación Docente (RIED): Actividades y Herramientas para la Profesión Docente en las Américas – Valentina Pernett, Consultora en Educación

18:00

Teaching and Learning with Adult English Language Learners: Computer Mediation and Cultural Competence – Susan Jacques Pierson Assistant Professor of Education

18:00

What Level of Culture are Your Students on? – Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.

19:00

Educación Tradicional VS Educación Online – Mtro. Psaumis Escobedo Delgado

19:00

Global STEM Classroom®: Going Global with STEM education – Larisa Schelkin, CEO and Founder

19:00

Students Investigate Culture Through Ethnography and Mobile Devices – Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.

19:00

The Universal Language of Music: Composed, Shared and Celebrated Between Classrooms Across the World – Meredith Allen, Instructional Technology Consultant

20:00

KEYNOTE: Dana Mortenson

21:00

Education Time Warp in an Age of Exponential Technologies: What should students learn for the 21st century? – Charles Fadel, Chairman

21:00

Global Learning with Film and Photography – Cleary Vaughan-Lee/Education Director

21:00

Looking at Cultural Differences in Motivating Students to Seek Information: U.S., Uganda, and India – Dr. Sherry R. Crow, Associate Professor of School Library Science

21:00

The Global Educator – Julie Lindsay

22:00

Around the World in 60 Minutes: Connecting students around the globe – Katie Mussachio, English/High School Master Teacher

22:00

Connecting Classrooms Worldwide for Cultural Understanding – Matthew Hughes, Manager, Global Education Programs

22:00

Noticing Tools – Watch how they work in a global classroom – Julie Keane, Head of Research;

22:00

TakingITGlobal: Global Environmental Programs and Projects – Mali Bickley: Collaboration Specialist

23:00

KEYNOTE: Kayce Jennings”

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