Making the Learning GlobalSaturday, January 11, 2014

How can I bring a global audience to my students’ work?
Join us to learn about global student collaboration, to be introduced to tools you can use to connect your students to the world, and to network with like-minded educators!


Digital Tools

Presentation and Videos

Presentation by Caroline and Julie: Going Global

Global Education Projects from mali bickley on Vimeo.

A Rainforest Fable from mali bickley on Vimeo.

Rock Our World from mali bickley on Vimeo.

Guest Speakers

Mali Bickley (@dreamteam4) & Jaclyn Calder (@jaccalder)

Mali, an elementary school teacher in Newmarket, ON, is one of two country co-ordinators for iEARN Canada. She is a regular participant in international projects with her own students, and works tirelessly to connect people all over the world for the purpose of global education. Jaclyn teaches at a small secondary school in Penetanguishene, ON, as part of an alternative secondary program run in partnership with the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students. Together, they have participated in projects such as “Rock Our World” where students create music with students from across the globe, and Earthwatchers, where students monitor land in Borneo for deforestation.

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