How to Start Collaborating Among Schools

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How to Start Collabourating Among Schools

by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano , 21st Century Learning Specialist at GloballyConnectedLearning.com

The talk about modern literacies… about becoming a globally connected educator… and having your students collaborate with peers from around the world is great…. BUT how do you actually DO it? Let’s take a specific look at steps you can take to make it happen and look at plenty of examples of learning in and out of the classroom.

Six  Steps to start collabourating among schools:
1. Build a Professional Development Hub
2. Document
3. Share
4.Feedback
5.Connect
6. Learn Together

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About Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

    • USA-Argentina-GermanyUnited States
  • 21st Century Learning Specialist at GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  • Education
  • www.langwitches.org/blog

Implement learning technologies and 21st Century Literacy skills in curricula. Coordinate and facilitate the technology integration program through modeling the use of technology in all curriculum areas and assist teachers as they integrate and utilize technology resources. Co-plan and co-teach projects with core subject and resource teachers by modeling effective use of the internet and tools for students and teachers. Effectively incorporate and support teachers’ use of technology in delivery of curricula through a variety of instructional methods. Capable of integrating global awareness, international content, issues, and perspectives into a standards-based curriculum.

 

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