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GO GLOBAL Facilitator Training June 15, 2009
Agenda 9:00 Project Overview –What are the Goals? –Why is it important? –How is it different than Immersion Academy –How will it work? 9:30-12:30 Presentations/Feedback 12:30 Lunch 1:30-4:00 Revisions/Group Work
Program Goals 1.Understand the influence of culture (language, products, perspectives and practices) on the identity of diverse students (language, ethnic, race, disability) 2.Understand how to effectively design and implement an ongoing school-wide international student learning experience 3.Use knowledge of 21 st century technology, partnerships and resources to facilitate school-wide international student learning experience 4.Serve as an advocate for 21 st learning global awareness and positive student global dispositions?
Discussion: Why is it important? Give one example from current events of how the world has Gone Global
How is it different? Individual Teacher Expectation for individual change Teacher Immersion Experience 1 Week Time Commitment Limited ongoing Support School Team School-wide Project Immersion + How To design & implement 2 Years Ongoing Mentor for each school
HOW WILL IT WORK?
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday 8:00 AM Breakfast 9:00 AM Session 2: developing an Interdisciplinary Approach (9:00-10:30) Session 4: Technology Tools for connecting to the Global Society (9: :30) Immersion Language Instruction Session 3 (9:00- 11:30) 10:00 AMRegistration/Lunch Focus: TBD 11:00 AM Opening Session (Overview)Reflection & Group Work 12:00 PMLunch Authentic Lunch (11:30- 1:00) 12:30 PM Immersion Lunch Session 3: Utilizing Resources to Develop Student International Experiences (12:30- 2:00) Guest Speaker (12:30 - 1:30) 1:00 PM Session 1: Creating an International School Culture (1:30-3:00) Group Reflection/ Work Session / Follow-Up Timelines & Closing Session (1:00-4:00) 2:00 PM Reflection & Group Work Immersion Language Instruction Session 2 (1:30- 3:00) 3:00 PM Immersion Language Instruction Session 1 (3:00- 4:30) Focus: TBDFocus: TBD 4:00 PM Reflection & Group WorkReflection (4:30-5:00)Reflection (3:00-3:30)Reflection & Group Work 5:00 PMImmersion Cultural Dinner Reflection & Group Work (3:30-?) 6:00 PM Music & Dance Presentation
LANGUAGE is the vehicle to take us to the destination
Immersion Protocols 1.High ratio of native speakers to teachers will provide maximum Comprehensible Input. –Use the target language as much as possible 2.Teachers will engage in cultural learning experiences while listening in a world language. –Teachers may experience some initial discomfort –Focus is on building listening skills (not speaking)
Immersion Protocols This contextual support, along with the repetition of key words will help the students create meaning. –Facilitators should support UNDERSTANDING through gestures, slower speech, repetition Teachers will further engage with the world language through a variety of interactive activities designed to promote student choice. –Teachers are allowed to process the information in English, ask for clarification etc.
Strategy Session Protocols Be a Learner with the group Join in small group discussion (English ok) Help the presenter/mentor facilitate activities Engage with the school teams to provide cultural insights