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Your Name and Title: Anne Mirtschin

School or Organization Name: Hawkesdale P12 College

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Australia

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): All educators, leadership

Short Session Description: A general sharing session discussing how to get started with global projects

Full Session Description 

This session will be a partnership with the weekly webinar series, Tech Talk Tuesdays and will look at topics relating to "Global Projects for Beginners". The session will encourage input and interactivity from participants on the following :

  • how to get started
  • where to find partners - networks
  • challenges and potential solutions
  • where to promote your global projects
  • where to find projects
  • favourite tools – synchronous and asynchronous for global connection, collaboration, communication
  • tips and tricks!

Please join, share in the conversations, bring your experiences and questions


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: http://techtalktuesdays.global2.vic.edu.au

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Good luck with your presentation, Anne! 
Thanks to you, I have found lots of like-minded people, so I cannot imagine my teaching and my whole life without our global connections and support. I am sure there will be even more of us, connected educators, after your session.

Hi Tatyana. Hope you can attend and bring your rich experiences and starting points with you.

I will be there! Sending your post to networks via Twitter, Google+ and Facebook!

Thanks Carole! Ideally this will be a general sharing session with lots of questions, experiences, resources shared. Many people get stuck at this point, dont know how or where to start and therefore never get started.

Hi Anne, Really it was a wonderful session from you today informed us with many ways to start

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