Translate

Latest Activity

Profile Icon via Twitter
Hot off the press! The Global Education Report • #globaled #globaled17 is out!... https://t.co/U0IoagqODE
Twitter6 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Raymond Pun posted a discussion
11 hours ago
Profile Icon via Twitter
Here's a professional learning opportunity for educators on globally connected teaching and learning! If you're... https://t.co/Ld3eJw8PvN
Twitter13 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @laura_krenicki: @bwileyone is an outstanding proponent of #GlobalEd https://t.co/OGmfVeEn73
Twitter18 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @bwileyone: Thx @globaledcon for re-sharing! Still passionate about #globaled #leadership & the work @ISSN does! #PBL is critical to eng…
Twitter18 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Hot off the press! The Global Education Report • #globaled #globaled17 is out!... https://t.co/eYO21lfiSl
Twitter18 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Diving into our archives for this gem from 2013! Meet Brandon Wiley, formerly of the Asia Society and now of BIE!... https://t.co/fojxaByI3X
Twitter20 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @participate: An improved course experience, just for you! See what's new: https://t.co/AEDdvsDmiD #howiparticipate https://t.co/v30uOFq
Twitter22 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Learn more about how you can leverage our network! 10 Ways to Connect Globally https://t.co/Xr3Kk5waUn #globallearning #ISTEglobalPLN
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Ruth Valle posted a discussion
yesterday
Julie Moser posted a discussion
yesterday
Mohammad Shariful Alam posted a blog post
yesterday
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @GlobalReady: Let's support educators to actively participate in learning communities, ignite change, & create global impact: https://t.…
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Want to learn more about GlobalEd Events and the Global Education Conference Network? Check out this poster for... https://t.co/M2SIgZrHL6
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @GoAbroad: Looking for #scholarships for your travels abroad? @GoAbroad is awarding twenty worth $500 each! #GoAbroad20for20 https://t.c
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @JoAnnJacobs68: Great Guide 4 Flipgrid: The Global Classroom Connections Maker https://t.co/6ZCezkPh2x @nicolenaditz @flipgrid #GlobalEd
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @UN: 10 reasons to keep working to achieve the #GlobalGoals from this week's new progress report: https://t.co/HcXP6qEFSR #HLPF via @unf
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @kanter: Creating A Global Network of Capacity Builders for Social Change https://t.co/cj0SHai7pb cc: @MobilisationLab
Twitteryesterday · Reply · Retweet

Top 5 GEC Kickoff Tasks for the International Advisory Board—One Week and Counting!

Hooray! It is only one week until we are all online again, helping with and participating in the Global Education Conference! This is going to be the BEST year ever, and we are so very excited!

So, what can we be doing now? Below is a list of things you can do to help.

TOP 5 GEC KICKOFF TASKS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD:

5. Spread the news: Twitter, Facebook, Edmodo, Email—all of the social media and communication tools. Now is the time to encourage others to join us, including those at your own institution. Consider setting up a room where the conference is broadcast all week where people can drop in throughout the day. Let's get the party started by making sure we have plenty of people joining us!

4. Volunteer and recruit volunteers. You can sign up for volunteer slots through the website at http://www.globaleducationconference.com/group/2012-global-educatio.... We absolutely want and need session moderators, so please encourage others to help as well as sign yourself up to moderate some sessions. It is fun!

3. Re–familiarize yourself with the Blackboard Collaborate environment. And, if you are a presenter or are working with a presenter, be sure to practice (and be ready to upload your slides prior to the session). You can access the training page here: http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/training. Be sure to enter your conference rooms early to allow plenty of time to get ready to present and/or assist presenters.

2. Hang out in the conference lounge during the conference...we will put you to work! We love to have people to help out at all times, and the lounge i a great way to jump in to help. You can access the lounge through the volunteer link above.

1. Block off your calendar, get a comfy chair, put your "Do Not Disturb" sign on your door, and join us all in a week–long conference of learning, innovation, and FUN!

Send me any questions you may have as we gt ready for next week!

Cheers!
J.

Julene S. Reed, M.Ed.
Director of Academic Technology
St. George's Independent School
1880 Wolf River Blvd.
Collierville, TN 38017

Apple Distinguished Educator
International Advisory Board Chair, Global Education Conference
Advisory Council, Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots
Advisory Council, Polar Bears International
Google Certified Teacher
Discovery Education Leadership Council

901.457.2170 office
901.634.6176 cell
julener@me.com

http://www.julenereed.com



Views: 63

Reply to This

© 2017   Created by Lucy Gray.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service