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Julie Lindsay

The Global Educator: Case Study 4.1: The Global Education Conference - Lucy Gray & Stev... - 0 views

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    Featuring the work of Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon
    Download the full Case Study - read about Global Collaboration Day, Global Education Fair and more!
Julie Lindsay

The Global Educator: Case Study 2.3: Ed Gragert - Global Connections - 1 views

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    Case Study 2.3 in The Global Educator feature Ed Gragert, Executive Director of iEARN for many years. If you want to know where modern-day online global collaboration comes from - Ed is one of the founding gurus.
Julie Lindsay

Horizon Report K-12, 2017 - Student collaboration around global trends | Flat Connections - 3 views

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    The Flat Connections Global Project for High School students uses the New Media Consortium Horizon report K-12. Read more in this blog post.
Julie Lindsay

OPEN HOUSE! Join Flat Connections September 6, 2017 | Flat Connections - 3 views

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    Join Julie Lindsay and global educators and explore online global collaborative opportunities. Two session being run on September 6 - both sides of the world.
Julie Lindsay

An important message about online global collaboration - YouTube - 1 views

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    Julie Lindsay shares how important it is to bring global learning into the classroom - doing nothing is not an option - and shares pathways and opportunities for K-12 educators.
Julie Lindsay

Fernando M. Reimers - Educating Global Citizens - YouTube - 5 views

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    This is a 'must watch' video - and the associated books are $1 each on Amazon to support understanding the concept and practice within schools and institutions.
Paul Beaufait

UN Live United Nations Web TV - 0 views

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Paul Beaufait

Nocking The Arrow: Taking Steps Towards Global Competency - 1 views

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    Schuetz, Robert. (2016.12.10). Taking Steps Towards Global Competency [weblog post].
Elizabeth Crawford

One Globe Kids - 1 views

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    One Globe Kids lets students meet new friends online or on their iPad or iPhone. The free Globe Smart Education app presents memorable daily-life stories from youth around the world to help children in kindergarten through grade 5 gain cultural understanding, learn about other countries, and make comparisons to their own lives. The stories reflect the lives of children in Israel, Palestine, The Netherlands, Norway, Haiti, Indonesia, New York City, Burundi, and more. Students can visit Valdo in Haiti right away and then travel the world via in-app purchases ranging from $1.99 to $15.99, per friend. Real stories from around the globe are told child to child, with full-color photographs and narration. Students can record themselves speaking and counting in their friend's language. They can choose an "Adventure" story and decide how they want to interact with their new friends, and they can record a conversation with the "Tell me about yourself" feature. Students also learn interesting facts about each country they visit and enhance their knowledge of geography by putting themselves and their friends and family on the globe and seeing where they are in relation to their new friends. The Globe Smart Education app also includes in-depth teaching supports that will get students moving and thinking.
Elizabeth Crawford

The Goals | The World's largest lesson | Organised by TES Global & Unicef - 0 views

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    There are 17 goals drafted to focus on the most critical universal issues that will affect us all over the next 15 years. These range from ensuring health and wellbeing, to building resilient infrastructure, protecting the biosphere to achieving gender equality.

    The goals and the issues they address are interdependent, and if fully realized they would see the complete eradication of extreme poverty by 2030 and ensure that urgent action is taken to deal with the threat and impacts of climate change.
Elizabeth Crawford

Global Educator Digital Badge for Teachers - 0 views

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    In September 2014, NCDPI staff presented to the Board a framework in which a candidate for the Global Educator Digital Badge would work with his or her principal to create a professional development plan focused on embedding global education in instruction. Candidates for the badge would be required to complete 100 hours or 10 CEUs of global educational professional development and meet a Capstone Project requirement within two years (including acceptance into Home Base as a statewide resource). Upon completion of the requirements, a digital badge would be issued to the teacher at the state level and the designation would be documented in the teacher's Home Base Educator's Professional Development Profile.
Elizabeth Crawford

How to Create Actionable and Sustainable Education Policies - Global Learning - Educati... - 0 views

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    How can states create and implement an action plan to support education goals? Over the past four years, the North Carolina State Board of Education has been analyzing and strengthening global education policies. This week, Helga Fasciano, Special Assistant for Global Education, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, shares their process, lessons learned, and advice.
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