Learning2gether Episode 364
On Sunday March 5 at 1600 UTC EVO Minecraft MOOC went on an archaeological expedition to temples discoverd in EVOMC17 by Maha Abdelmoneim in a desert biome
Where? EVO Minecraft MOOC server and http://discordapp.com
Come in person (or in avatar) if you are whitelisted, or tune in to the stream if you can’t bring your digital self to the event.
Who’s going? Possibly …
There is a video of the event but it was botched by me as I made more rookie errors which I’ll explain here:
Also had I been streaming I would have seen that what I thought I was recording, the left side of the OBS Studio window, was actually the preview side where you queue upcoming scenes, so when I had planned to have a talking head to introduce the proceedings and then switch to game play without web cam, the opposite happened since I was not able to monitor the recording as I would have seen instantly had we been streaming, and the recording therefore has my webcam showing throughout except where I had meant to show the web cam (no web cam in the beginning and end scenes).
Checking now, I see that FLV is a supported file format on YouTube so I’ll see what I can do with the recording soon, though I’m not at all happy with it.
Learning2gether Episode 363 Sun Feb 12 1400 UTC Closing Webcast of EVO 2017
Feb 16 Globinar with Miguel Ángel Saonas Vallejos – Busuu and Wespeke
- E4.512-2467: Busuu and Wespeke as Tools for Blended Language Learning
- Miguel Ángel Saonas Vallejos / Host: Tilly Harrison
- 16. 02. 2017 | 19:00h – 20:30h CET
- access link: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/busuu
- Registration: http://lpm.lpm.uni-sb.de/Webinar/index2.php
Sat Feb 18 noon EST – Steve Sherman, From Astronauts to Zimbabwe, on Classroom 2.0
Sun Feb 19 1300 UTC Charles Goodger and Dennis Newson – GISIG webinar on FunSongs Education
To join the webinar, click here!
GISIG is delighted to invite you to a webinar that will present the contrasting interests of two speakers in the diverse field of ELT: Charles Goodger and Dennis Newson. On behalf of FunSongs Education, Charles writes and directs drama and music-based language workshops for young learners. Dennis began teaching EFL in Ghana in 1961, and subsequently taught in Sierre Leone, London, Qatar, Norway and finally in the University of Osnabrueck, North Germany.
Teaching young Arabic-speaking Israelis English through music and mime, rhythm and rhyme
In this webinar Charles will describe his experience as a theatre director at the Al Saraya theatre in Israel last July working with Arabic and English-speaking actors and musicians to rehearse and adapt his FunSongs Puppets and Monsters Show for local school audiences. Al Saraya is the Arab-language section of the famous Arab-Israeli theatre in Jaffa, Tel-Aviv.
One challenge was adapting the interactive action song and bilingual workshop from the English-Italian version to English and Arabic. Out of this, a series of interesting and significant cultural issues came up which Charles will discuss in this webinar.
Down with grammar!
How can anyone learn a language if they don’t learn its grammar.
In a referendum would you vote ‘Yes, I quite agree with this statement’ or ‘No, what rubbish!’
In this webinar Dennis will present 10 statements in support of his deep conviction regarding widespread misconceptions of what ‘grammar’ is and is not. The distortion that this causes in the understanding, promotion and facilitation of effective ways of acquiring English as a second/foreign/other language constitutes a block that he believes is a serious pedagogical, educational, global issue.
Do join us on Sunday February 19th 13.00 to 14.00 GMT for what we’re sure will be a thought-provoking and stimulating event!
Hope there’s a recording
Sat Feb 25 noon EST Classroom 2.0 speaks with Brad Spirrison – Participate in your own PD
Saturday, February 25, 2017
“Participate in Your Own PD”
Presenter: Brad Spirrison
We are very excited to be able to welcome back Brad Spirrison as our special guest presenter with some exciting updates on Participate . Professional development in the digital age is participatory in nature. Brad Spirrison returns to Classroom 2.0 LIVE to discuss how Participate helps educators define and engage in their own professional development through peer collaboration and review, and access to compelling resources.
Learn how Participate helps educators curate resources and ideas exchanged through chats, and host online courses, including topics such as global education and Edcamps. A proud B Corporation, Participate partners with schools, districts and educational organizations to rethink professional development, host blended learning courses and programs and provide ways to showcase and recognize new competencies learned.
Brad Spirrison is the Director of Platform Innovation with Participate. He holds a M.A. in Communication/Media Ecology from New York University’s School of Education, with a focus on the role in media and technology in early childhood education. He is a Chicago-based media expert and analyst who has served as a regular contributor to ABC News, TechCrunch, The Huffington Post, NPR and dozens of other broadcast, print and new media outlets.
Remember to follow us on Twitter: #liveclass20
More information and session details are at http://live.classroom20.com. If you’re new to the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! show you might want to spend a few minutes viewing the screencast on the homepage to learn how we use Blackboard Collaborate, and navigate the site. Each show begins at 12pm EST(Time Zone Conversion) and may be accessed in Blackboard Collaborate directly using the following Classroom 2.0 LIVE! link at http://tinyurl.com/cr20live. All webinars are closed captioned.
On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site (http://live.classroom20.com) you’ll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent “From Astronauts to Zimbabwe – the A to Z of Global collaboration” session with Steve Sherman. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.
Classroom 2.0 LIVE Team: Peggy George, Lorie Moffat, Tammy Moore, Paula Naugle, Steve Hargadon
Mon Feb 20 – Globaled.tv monthly webinar series begins
GlobalEd TV is a free, inclusive, and comprehensive webinar series which spotlights theories and best practices related to multiculturalism in schools and organizations all over the world. This 5-part series is hosted monthly by the Global Education Conference Network, the Learning Revolution, and Know My World; and the series is designed to inform educators, students, and parents about the role of cultural and global competence in education.
SIGN UP – IT’S FREE! (Registered guests are not in any way required to attend the live sessions, and will receive links to the recording after each session. Attending live will provide an opportunity to ask questions and participate actively.)
This series will look at the foundations for providing students with the kinds of social and emotional attitudes needed to be effective global citizens, and it will explain and document real classroom projects that foster cultural identity, critical thinking, assumptions, communication and social responsibility. Every session will scaffold a learning path to build the appropriate attitudes for engaging in the world and with others. The culmination will be a social impact project for the local community. Each 1-hour session will feature a project being implemented in the diverse Know My World 3rd Grade Classroom in Taichung, Taiwan by educator and co-founder, Genevieve Murphy. Co-founder Lisa Petro will host the series and lead webinar participants through the project sequence, research behind each competency area and method, and share pre-recorded footage of students engaging in the instruction. At the end of each session, participants will receive a lesson sequence to replicate or modify in their classrooms.
Lisa Petro is a Curriculum Development Consultant and the Co-founder of Know My World, a Global Education Resource organization, which focuses in the development of Social, Emotional, Academic, and Cultural Learning (SECAL) through digital cross-cultural exchanges and integrated classroom projects. Lisa has designed Global Education curriculum and professional development workshops for teachers in the United States, Japan, Nepal, China, Mexico, Albania, Palestine and Taiwan with an emphasis on social/emotional learning and cultural competence in the classroom. Lisa continues to offer cross-cultural training in preparation for panel presentations at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women with girls and women from all over the world through The Grail NGO. She has also presented dynamic cross-cultural workshos at the East Asia Regional Conference for Overseas Schools in Thailand and China, Congreso de Preparatoria, Preparatorias del Tecnólogico de Monterrey, ITESM in Mexico, the State University of New York Multicultural Education Conference, The Global Education Forum, and the SUNY Collaborative Online Intercultural Learning.
http://www.knowmyworld.org and http://www.lisapetro.com.
THE GLOBAL EDUCATOR
Genevieve Murphy is a global educator who has taught students K-12 in the United States, Japan and Taiwan. She currently designs and teaches Social and Emotional Learning at the American School Taichung in Taichung, Taiwan. Genevieve has presented professional development workshops on social, emotional and culutral projects in the United States, Japan, Nepal, China, Thailand and will be presenting at the 2017 EARCOS conference in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. She is also the Global Development Director and co-founder of Know My World, a global educational resource that emphasizes social, emotional and cultural learning through digital exchange and integrated classroom projects.
THE SCHEDULE SIGN UP – IT’S FREE!
Mon. Feb. 20th – 7pm EST
Cultures in the Classroom: Cultivating Cultural Identity with Students
Connecting to self and understanding who we are is foundational when developing skills for global citizenship and building authentic relationships with others. In this session, global educators will explore initial activities to scaffold meaningful interactions for students based on cultural identity through self-awareness practices. Using Geert Hofstede’s Cultural Model diagram, students will produce class culture books that demonstrate their understanding of the key elements of culture.
March 2 Globinar with Jo Gakonga – Get them speaking right!
E4.512-2767: Get them speaking – get them speaking right!
Jo Gakonga / Host: Tilly Harrison
02. 03. 2017 | 19:00h – 20:30h CET
access link: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/getthemspeaking/ Info:
- Registration: http://lpm.lpm.uni-sb.de/Webinar/index2.php
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