Welcome to our online community focused on globally connected teaching and learning. Contribute ideas, resources, and inspiration!

Translate

Latest Activity

Profile Icon via Twitter
Discussion Forum https://t.co/3wee43Dr2o
Twitter1 hour ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Just accepted another batch of proposals for the 2017 Global Education Conference! Take a look! https://t.co/fDjgmZ9cKy #globaledchat
Twitter1 hour ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
GEC Keynote from a few years ago @newsjean is on CNN now discussing North Korea! #globaled #globaledchat #ISTEglobalPLN
Twitter2 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Steve Hargadon's discussion was featured
2 hours ago
Steve Hargadon posted a discussion
2 hours ago
Profile Icon via Twitter
Just accepted another batch of proposals for the 2017 Global Education Conference! Take a look! https://t.co/fDjgmZ9cKy #globaled17
Twitter5 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Our 8th annual free, online conference starts on November 13th! Take a look at currently accepted proposals and... https://t.co/wqIAuHYa50
Twitter5 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Glenna S Gustafson posted a discussion
7 hours ago
Omar Titki posted a discussion
12 hours ago
Profile Icon via Twitter
Young Farmers Inspire Optimism for our 'Future Harvest' https://t.co/5b3t8HjLff
Twitter13 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Mahika Halepete posted a discussion
22 hours ago
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @laura_krenicki: What resources do you use to connect your students to the world?Please share in our RESOURCES PARKING LOT https://t.co/
Twitter23 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
The Department Of Education Cuts Off A Student Loan Watchdog https://t.co/1kVrFV3CHG
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Robert Witten posted a discussion
yesterday
Profile Icon via Twitter
Global Online Academy | Student Spotlight: Making Global Connections by Making Films https://t.co/wFzAhn98Cn
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Journalist reveals what Asia Argento told her about Harvey Weinstein in the 1990s https://t.co/U1ftQ4mZio
TwitterSaturday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Texas City Ditches Politics for Clean Energy https://t.co/PnBdJAqaAw
TwitterSaturday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
World Peace Song Music Project https://t.co/cNpso56T8m
TwitterFriday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Here's a project opportunity for teachers and students!... https://t.co/hLYmRZqrQ2
TwitterFriday · Reply · Retweet
Lorraine's discussion was featured
Friday

#redeschat, networked learning about a hashtag / aprendizaje en red alrededor de un hashtag

Your Name and Title: Luz Pearson - ICT Coord - Teacher 

School or Organization Name: Redeschat 

Co-Presenter Name(s): Pablo Bongiovanni - Luz Pearson 

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Santa Fe and Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Language in Which You Will Present: Español 

Target Audience(s): people dedicated to education and/or interested in new ways of learning in learning communities

Short Session Description (one line): What happens when we get together to learn at #redeschat?

Full Session Description (as long as you would like): The # redeschat are events that crystallize distributedconversation on Twitter between acquaintances and strangerswho come together to network.Originally intended for teachers, now are open to whoever is willing to learn shareing.

The first event #redeschat was in September 2010, 8 meetings were held since then. By 2012 we project one monthly, from February to December. 

How to plan projects that involve communities of practice? How to decide the program? What are the implications of collaborative learning network? Call, reverb and self-management of an educational practice that outlines strategies, having the ability to change at each step, to be consistent. Redeschat was born as a hashtag to promote autonomous learning as part of a network, and is the same practice that enriches their evolution.

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: http://redeschat.wikispaces.com

 

Descripción en español:

Los #redeschat son eventos de conversación distribuida que se cristalizan en Twitter entreconocidos y desconocidos que se juntan para hacer red. Originalmente destinados a docentes, están abiertos a quien este dispuesto a aprender compartiendo.El primer evento #redeschat fue en septiembre de 2010, y ya fueron realizados 8 encuentros. Para 2012 proyectamos un encuentro mensual, de febrero a diciembre. ¿Cómo planificar proyectos que involucran comunidades de práctica? ¿Cómo decidir el programa? ¿Cuáles son las implicancias de la colaboración en el aprendizaje en red? Convocatoria, resultados y reververancias de unapráctica educativa autogestionada que traza estrategias de mínima y busca resultados de máxima, teniendo la capacidad de modificar-se en cada paso, para ser coherente. Redeschat nació como un hashtag para favorecer aprendizajes autónomos formando parte de una red, y es su misma práctica la que enriquece su evolución.

 

>>Link a grabación de la sesión 

>>Aquí slides de nuestra presentación

Views: 121

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Thanks for your submission to present at the 2011 Global Education Conference. Your proposal looks promising, but could benefit from some additional language that ties your work to the conference theme of global collaboration. The conference seeks to present ideas, examples and initiatives related to connecting educators and classrooms around the world with an emphasis on promoting global awareness and instilling global competency in students. This is not a general education conference nor a technology conference. Please review your submission and adjust accordingly, so that participants clearly understand how your work fits into the mission of the conference.

RSS

© 2017   Created by Lucy Gray.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service