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Global Leadership Week (GLW) is a weeklong convening of virtual and face to face events designed to celebrate leadership through global action in K-12 education. GLW is an opportunity for education leaders to learn from one another and share…
My name is Jessica Reeves and I am currently studying technology integration in primary and secondary education as part of my Masters Program. The Australian education system has a reputation for high quality scientific research and…"
We are interested to start a international academic exchange with year 5 students. If you are still interested please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to start at least with a skype talk or written assignment as…"
The International Society for Technology in Education conference takes place this June in Philadelphia, PA, USA. We will be holding a Global Learning Day on Sunday, June 28th from 2 PM - 5 PM in the Philadelphia Convention Center. Please join this group if you would like to be involved with this unconference meet up.This is not our virtual online conference that we hold every November. This is a face-to-face meeting for globally minded educators to network, share ideas and plan for possible…See More
I operate a blogging community called The Writers' Club, a place for students to put up any writing they wish to have a global audience for. Our community currently consists of nearly 650 student writers from 30 schools in 11…"
My name is Jessica Reeves and I am currently studying technology integration in primary and secondary education as part of my Masters Program. The Australian education system has a reputation for high quality scientific research and innovation, which sparked my curiosity in your curriculum and classroom practices. I am interested in learning more about how technology is used by educators in your area and how I could implement new strategies or tools to cultivate 21st century skills in my own students.
I have several questions on which I’d like to focus my research. I have listed them below. I would appreciate your help in answering these questions or a recommendation for others who may be able to provide feedback. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Please tell me about yourself and your role in education.
How do you currently use technology in your field?
What are the major advantages and disadvantages to technology use within your school/area?
How are students evaluated on their information and communication technology competency?
How are teachers evaluated on their integration of technology in the classroom (as a general competency)?
What tools are students expected to be proficient in? Do students follow a technology curriculum based on their current skills? For example, if students have mastered Microsoft Excel do they move on to another tool?
Do you feel that you have the training and skills necessary to implement a technology rich method of instruction? If yes, where did you receive this training? If no, what PD or courses do you wish you had?
In general, do schools have equal access to technology resources?
I operate a blogging community called The Writers' Club, a place for students to put up any writing they wish to have a global audience for. Our community currently consists of nearly 650 student writers from 30 schools in 11 countries.
We are currently looking for student writers in New Zealand and Australia (outside Victoria). If you or someone you know would be interested in signing students up to our community, please reply to this message or email me at email@example.com .