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The Networked Teacher ACEC conference 2012 Anne Mirtschin Google doc-
Online space Key considerations A digital badge The network Samples of successful networking
Why Networking is Important!
You will be googled/stalked PD 24/7 share conversations/learn from and with each other stay up to date with trends in education, grab new ideas get help with issues/problems NOW! supportive friendship group “the global brain” an increasingly important and essential element of successful 21 st century education.
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Don’t Be an Egg!
User names murcha Anne Mirtschin murch
Profile…. Authenticity, visibility, attracts attention. In your profile share:- online sites eg blogs, websites etc twitter handle, linked in profiles Passions Interests
Profile on twitter Checking it out
Would I follow?
Online Business Cards
Networking through conversations
Hello! One of my students always uses her mobile for taking notes of her home assignment.
Response to post on mobile phone use Hi Anne, I am sorry, I have just seen your question. I know, some schools don’t allow mobile phones at school at all. Mobiles are not allowed during state exams. There are no rules about them in my school. Neither my students nor I make phone calls during lessons unless it is necessary. You know, I am teaching students with disabilities. In fact, I can’t remember them using their phones rather than show me some picture and speak about them, or take notes, or record themselves. I think, it is better to make good use of technology than to ban it in class. All my students have mobiles, even the one with palsy who has difficulty using his hands. He has iPhone (has had several versions, in fact), iPad and some other gadgets at home. My kids are used to dealing with different keyboards during their face-to-face lessons. My student Mary uses the app ‘Заметки’ on her Samsung Mobile TV. The word means ‘notes’ in English. She is taking exams this week, I will ask her to show the app to me next week.\ cts0908 myeteachingexperience.wordpress.com myeteachingexperience.wordpress.com
Arun Basil Lal | May 7, 2012 at 6:19 pm | Reply | Edit Arun Basil LalMay 7, 2012 at 6:19 pmReplyEdit Its fun to see that you are actually letting students do this, I dont see a reason why you shouldn’t. When I was in the university, we used to do this to copy (lets say) “notes”, but mobile phones in general were frowned upon by the staff. Of course, all of them had one of those in their pockets, still for some reason, we werent allowed to have one.
Too Young for Technology
Culture Shock VividhunterVividhunter | April 16, 2012 at 10:57 am | ReplyApril 16, 2012 at 10:57 amReply Hi Anne, thanks for replying to my culture shock survey. It’s interesting what things bring us down. Food and regular (in our countries at least) rituals and holidays seem to be the things we really miss abroad. I’d love to read your responses to any of the questions. I’m happy to share the information I get, and your comment about hoping to incorporate the answers into a curriculum has made me wonder about how children, exchange students or those who move with their families, experience culture shock.
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Lists Hashtags Followers Following Every individual Tweet has its own URL, which you can copy and send to a friend! Learn how to link to a Tweet here: https://t.co/kkSjpFjk
Tweetchats Interest groups may organize a regular chat Chats may be weekly, monthly or irregular Read more: What is a tweetchat?What is a tweetchat?
Eg Global Classroom Chat The archives
Tweet chat Follow hashtags eg #acec2012
Crowdsourcing Apps for students on Melbourne Work Experience The result
International Dot Day
World Dot ProjectWorld Dot Project (Scratch)
[10:56:31 AM] Living Maths: Daivd and Anne,... have you considered using a google doc.,.. let the kids read and ask questions and you type all your responses - it will be nice to keep the "evidence“ https://docs.google.com/document/d/1M31ubTjERmWsD6Odn9Ht APZhYSMo0TmhLlyxw8UVnos/edit [11:01:28 AM] Living Maths: map in... now its too easy ;) [11:03:38 AM] Living Maths: Chicago = coghaci [10:57:07 AM] David Karnoscak: See you then. Just knock on my door when you are ready. [10:58:18 AM] Living Maths: A true and you can load maps in it and you can insert QR codes too [10:59:18 AM] Living Maths: and you can make an anagram from the letters in your state's name and let them unjumble the,m Or for 10 grade cnelstnriaiogssuiottahicaldoeieimfca [11:17:49 AM] David Karnoscak: wow..I don't think even grad students could figure it out.
Do you teach or have any knowledge of the native wars between the americans, seminoles, iroquois, cherokee etc, in the times of george washington?
5 tips 1.Join some sites eg twitter, classroom2.0, the global education collaborative etc 2.Lurk online – read blogs– watch conversations, trends, read, follow tweets, hashtags! 3.When confident, interact, ask questions, add comments. 4.Attend free online webinars or conferences and soak up the learning. 5.Share your knowledge and experience with your network– everyone has a story to tell.
Where to find others! Classroom2.0 Flat Classroom Projects Educators’ Guide to Innovation Global Education Collaborative the Australia Series the Australia e-Series facebook groupAustralia e-Series facebook group School beyond the walls Global Classroom Look for new and trending social networking sites eg pinterest