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The Global Educator
Julie Lindsay
@julielindsay
about.me/julielindsay
flatconnections.com
#flatconnections
Global Educatio...
Meet Julie Lindsay…..
Global Educator, Innovator
Teacherpreneur, Author
MA Educational Technology Leadership
MA Music
EdD ...
Discussion areas today….
Becoming a
Global
Educator and
Global
Education
Leader
Online Global
Collaboration
http://www.fli...
You do not need to leave home…
But what does it mean…….?
What is a Global Educator?
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #thegl...
You know you are a Global Educator when you……..
Connect and share
• Connectivism
• Establish PLN’s and PLC’s
• Use social ...
“The pipe is more important than the content in the
Connectivism – George Siemens
‘Connectivism’
“…..draws upon the fact t...
‘Flatten’ the learning
You know you are a Global Educator when
you……..
• Flat learning pedagogy
• Actions to flatten the l...
Flat, connected learning means bringing the world into the learning space and putting
you and your students out to the wor...
Encourage and model global digital
citizenship
You know you are a Global Educator when you……..
• Foster global
competency ...
Collaborate anywhere, anytime
You know you are a Global Educator when you……..
• collaborates with anyone, anywhere, anytim...
Use online technologies to bring
learners together
You know you are a Global Educator when you……..
The
‘Generic’
Toolbox
C...
Design futuristic online learning
environments
You know you are a Global Educator when you……..
• is able to design learnin...
Globally connected learning……..
A new culture of learning – an ability to work
with those who will enrich outcomes
Globally connected learning……..
Globally connected learning
‘Barriers?’
• Technology infrastructure
• Technology access
• Digital fluency
• Global digital...
Yes! and……
Can you complete the sentence?
….add to chat?
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatco...
Being a global educator means…
…having a constant awareness that the extent of
our classroom does not stop at the classroo...
What is a Global Education Leader?
Before the Internet……..(Hanvey, 1982)
Perspective consciousness
‘State of the planet’ awareness
Cross-cultural awareness
K...
Today, a global education leader may
be a…… Teacherpreneur
….a leader who ‘takes all the best
practices in education and l...
An outlier teacher is a K-12 educator who self-
directed to create and develop an innovative
pedagogy using emerged or eme...
An educator who supports knowledge
construction in a non-hierarchical approach to
learning globally.
Today, a global educa...
What do global education leaders
need to know?
A global education leader has to know how to
build virtual and real learnin...
Leading for pedagogical change
Leaders must demonstrate and model
collaborative practices to support pedagogical
change.
We have the tools, we have the
pedagogies, it’s time to connect the
world!?
What is Online Global Collaboration?
What does Collaborative
Learning look like?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/8536946439/
Clay Shirky, Here comes everybody
“[C]ollaborative production is
simple: no one person can take
credit for what gets creat...
Photo by giulia.forsythe - Creative Commons Attribution License https://www.flickr.com/photos/59217476@N00 Created with Ha...
Norms of Online Global
Collaboration
A roadmap for better
understanding
Norms of Online Global Collaboration
Yes! and……
Can you complete the sentence?
….add to chat?
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatco...
Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
Examples of successful global collaborations
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglob...
Level 5: Learning
collaboratives
Level 4: Community
of practice
Level 3: Online
learning
Level 2: Real
encounters
Level 1:...
Level 1: Online interactions
Mode: Asynchronous
Purpose: To share classroom activities and
expand learning from local to g...
Example: Skype in the Classroom
https://education.skype.com/
Example: School in the Cloud: SOLE: Self Organised
Learning E...
Example: Cyberfair (Global SchoolNet)
http://www.globalschoolnet.org/gsncf/
Example: Out of Eden Walk to Learn (Paul Salop...
Example: Global Read Aloud
http://theglobalreadaloud.com/
Example: One Million Lights
http://www.philanthropic-
engineerin...
Co-Created Showcase Multimedia
Focus on ‘global issues’
‘A Week in the Life…’
A Flat Connections Project for Elementary Sc...
‘Once we’ve gone flat, there’s no turning back’
The Grade 3A class at AAS
Tool: Fuze
Example: Flat Connections Global Project
http://flatconnectionsglobalproject.net/
Example: Connect with China
http://www.f...
Flat Connections Global Project
Student leadership
Co-creation –
research and
multimedia
Global awards -
celebration
Emerg...
http://www.connectchinacollaborative.com/
Yes! and……
Can you complete the sentence?
….add to chat?
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatco...
What are Strategies for Going Global?
Pedagogical Change?
The change we need …….
• Community building as a prerequisite to
learning
• Collaboration that leads to co-creation
with o...
Changing roles……
• The role of the teacher (as ‘Activator’ – Hattie)
• The role of the student (as active learner)
• The r...
From Pedagogy……….
………..to ‘Cosmogogy’?
…….the study of learning while
connected to the world using digital
technologies wh...
“Cosmogogy”
• From the word ‘cosmo’ which means ‘of or
relating to the universe’
• Based on constructivist learning theory...
Yes! and……
Can you complete the sentence?
….add to chat?
http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatco...
The Global Educator
Coming in book and eBook formats
theglobaleducator.net
#theglobaleducator
Author and Editor: Julie Lin...
http://flatconnections.com
Julie Lindsay: julie@flatconnections.com
Learning about the world, with the world
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It is imperative all educators become global - but what does this mean and how does it happen?
How do we define the global educator? Is it a qualification? Is it a self-declaration? Can it be proven through disposition, curriculum design, workflow, pedagogical approach, use of digital technology, or an ability to adapt and be flexible in learning? Is it all of these? As soon as the word ‘global’ is used we think about ‘global competency’ – are educators ready themselves to prepare students for adopting understandings that are global? The role online technologies play in supporting global educators is a significant factor also as it is through the use of emerging and established online technologies that global educators connect, communicate and collaborate.

Based on authentic material collected over the past 12+ months from global educators across the world this session explores the essential qualities of a global educator and a global education leader as well as global collaboration and learning design to go global, and provides strategies for becoming global.
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  1. 1. The Global Educator Julie Lindsay @julielindsay about.me/julielindsay flatconnections.com #flatconnections Global Education Conference 2015 @globaledcon #globaled15
  2. 2. Meet Julie Lindsay….. Global Educator, Innovator Teacherpreneur, Author MA Educational Technology Leadership MA Music EdD Student, University of Southern Queensland Adjunct Lecturer, Charles Sturt University, Faculty of Education Global collaboration consultant Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Innovator Director, Learning Confluence Pty Ltd Founder, Flat Connections @julielindsay | flatconnections.com | @flatconnections | about.me/julielindsay
  3. 3. Discussion areas today…. Becoming a Global Educator and Global Education Leader Online Global Collaboration http://www.flickr.com/photos/29487767@N02/3574392846 Pedagogical Change & Strategies for Going Global
  4. 4. You do not need to leave home… But what does it mean…….? What is a Global Educator? http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  5. 5. You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. Connect and share • Connectivism • Establish PLN’s and PLC’s • Use social media and personal branding • Be a contributor and a sharer http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  6. 6. “The pipe is more important than the content in the Connectivism – George Siemens ‘Connectivism’ “…..draws upon the fact that the very concept of knowledge and learning are changing before our eyes with the advent of new technologies.”
  7. 7. ‘Flatten’ the learning You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. • Flat learning pedagogy • Actions to flatten the learning • Connection • Citizenship • Collaboration
  8. 8. Flat, connected learning means bringing the world into the learning space and putting you and your students out to the world for meaningful collaborations. An astute global educator is not the barrier to learning but becomes the bridge to many and varied global journeys such that ‘flat’ learning becomes the norm and ‘unflat’ learning stifling and constrictive.
  9. 9. Encourage and model global digital citizenship You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. • Foster global competency through global context • Have empathy learning with other cultures • Know about global current events http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  10. 10. Collaborate anywhere, anytime You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. • collaborates with anyone, anywhere, anytime, in any way possible • understands the degrees of global collaboration as distinct from cooperation for deep learning • is adept at teacher-sourcing • builds online global communities
  11. 11. Use online technologies to bring learners together You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. The ‘Generic’ Toolbox Communication Community Scheduling, Calendar, Workflow Collaboration & Co-Creation Celebration
  12. 12. Design futuristic online learning environments You know you are a Global Educator when you…….. • is able to design learning in order to develop students' global competencies • is conversant with design thinking • understands the importance of collaboration as a global learning objective and important practice
  13. 13. Globally connected learning…….. A new culture of learning – an ability to work with those who will enrich outcomes
  14. 14. Globally connected learning……..
  15. 15. Globally connected learning ‘Barriers?’ • Technology infrastructure • Technology access • Digital fluency • Global digital citizenship skills • Conformity – all must be the same • The ‘we are already collaborating’ response • No idea where to start….. http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  16. 16. Yes! and…… Can you complete the sentence? ….add to chat? http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  17. 17. Being a global educator means… …having a constant awareness that the extent of our classroom does not stop at the classroom door. …understanding that there are always other perspectives on issues, that there is a wider world out there that does not live in the same time zone, the same climate, and have the same worldview. Chris Betcher, PLC, Sydney http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  18. 18. What is a Global Education Leader?
  19. 19. Before the Internet……..(Hanvey, 1982) Perspective consciousness ‘State of the planet’ awareness Cross-cultural awareness Knowledge of global dynamics Awareness of human choices
  20. 20. Today, a global education leader may be a…… Teacherpreneur ….a leader who ‘takes all the best practices in education and latest advances in technology and uses them to blaze new trails in teaching and learning that focus on connection and collaboration’
  21. 21. An outlier teacher is a K-12 educator who self- directed to create and develop an innovative pedagogy using emerged or emerging digital social media through collaborative and global open networking. (Arteaga, 2012, p. 14) Today, a global education leader may be an…… Outlier
  22. 22. An educator who supports knowledge construction in a non-hierarchical approach to learning globally. Today, a global education leader may be a…… Learning Concierge
  23. 23. What do global education leaders need to know? A global education leader has to know how to build virtual and real learning communities - and then blend them with face-to-face learning A global education leader understands the imperative of networked, community-driven learning and how to support global digital citizenship objectives.
  24. 24. Leading for pedagogical change Leaders must demonstrate and model collaborative practices to support pedagogical change.
  25. 25. We have the tools, we have the pedagogies, it’s time to connect the world!? What is Online Global Collaboration?
  26. 26. What does Collaborative Learning look like? http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/8536946439/
  27. 27. Clay Shirky, Here comes everybody “[C]ollaborative production is simple: no one person can take credit for what gets created, and the project could not come into being without the participation of many.”
  28. 28. Photo by giulia.forsythe - Creative Commons Attribution License https://www.flickr.com/photos/59217476@N00 Created with Haiku Deck
  29. 29. Norms of Online Global Collaboration A roadmap for better understanding
  30. 30. Norms of Online Global Collaboration
  31. 31. Yes! and…… Can you complete the sentence? ….add to chat? http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  32. 32. Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy Examples of successful global collaborations http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  33. 33. Level 5: Learning collaboratives Level 4: Community of practice Level 3: Online learning Level 2: Real encounters Level 1: Online interactions Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  34. 34. Level 1: Online interactions Mode: Asynchronous Purpose: To share classroom activities and expand learning from local to global Example: Quadblogging (David Mitchell, UK) http://www.quadblogging.com/ Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  35. 35. Example: Skype in the Classroom https://education.skype.com/ Example: School in the Cloud: SOLE: Self Organised Learning Environments and Granny Cloud (Sugata Mitra) https://www.theschoolinthecloud.org/ Level 2: Real Encounters Mode: Synchronous Purpose: To connect in real time to external learners and experts Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  36. 36. Example: Cyberfair (Global SchoolNet) http://www.globalschoolnet.org/gsncf/ Example: Out of Eden Walk to Learn (Paul Salopek) http://learn.outofedenwalk.com/ Level 3: Online Learning Mode: Asynchronous (mostly) Purpose: To encourage learning through online interaction and shared artefacts Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  37. 37. Example: Global Read Aloud http://theglobalreadaloud.com/ Example: One Million Lights http://www.philanthropic- engineering.org/collaboration.html Example: ‘A Week in the Life’ http://www.flatconnections.com/a- week-in-the-life.html Level 4: Communities of Practice Mode: Synchronous and Asynchronous Purpose: Specific learning objectives to foster global collaborative practices Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  38. 38. Co-Created Showcase Multimedia Focus on ‘global issues’ ‘A Week in the Life…’ A Flat Connections Project for Elementary School students Grades 3-6, age 8-11 Tool: Voicethread
  39. 39. ‘Once we’ve gone flat, there’s no turning back’ The Grade 3A class at AAS Tool: Fuze
  40. 40. Example: Flat Connections Global Project http://flatconnectionsglobalproject.net/ Example: Connect with China http://www.flatconnections.com/connect-with-china.html Level 5: Learning Collaboratives Mode: Synchronous and Asynchronous Purpose: To foster learner autonomy in global collaboration and co-creation Online Global Collaboration Taxonomy
  41. 41. Flat Connections Global Project Student leadership Co-creation – research and multimedia Global awards - celebration Emerging technologies - the future of learning http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  42. 42. http://www.connectchinacollaborative.com/
  43. 43. Yes! and…… Can you complete the sentence? ….add to chat? http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  44. 44. What are Strategies for Going Global? Pedagogical Change?
  45. 45. The change we need ……. • Community building as a prerequisite to learning • Collaboration that leads to co-creation with other learners who are not in the same time and space, • Pedagogical independence and leadership for change within a school/institution http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  46. 46. Changing roles…… • The role of the teacher (as ‘Activator’ – Hattie) • The role of the student (as active learner) • The role of the school (as conduit to global collaboration) • The role of the community (as partners in learning) http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  47. 47. From Pedagogy………. ………..to ‘Cosmogogy’? …….the study of learning while connected to the world using digital technologies whereby the context of learning is ‘with’ rather than ‘about’. ……not location based and considers whom you learn with and what you construct together most important. (Julie Lindsay)
  48. 48. “Cosmogogy” • From the word ‘cosmo’ which means ‘of or relating to the universe’ • Based on constructivist learning theory and connectivism as a learning approach • Uses online technologies as an essential scaffold for learning objectives
  49. 49. Yes! and…… Can you complete the sentence? ….add to chat? http://theglobaleducator.net/ | #theglobaleducator| http://flatconnections.com
  50. 50. The Global Educator Coming in book and eBook formats theglobaleducator.net #theglobaleducator Author and Editor: Julie Lindsay Leveraging Technology for Collaborative Teaching & Learning
  51. 51. http://flatconnections.com Julie Lindsay: julie@flatconnections.com Learning about the world, with the world

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