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Las Mejores Prácticas en la Educación Global Basada en Proyectos

Presenter Name(s): Jennifer D. Klein Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Denver, Colorado, USA Language in Which You Will Present: Spanish/Español Target Audience(s): Teachers,…Continue

Tags: 2013Leadership, 2013Curricular, 2013Teachers

Started Sep 11, 2013

Fostering Global Citizenship in the English Classroom

Your Name and Title:  Jennifer D. Klein, President School or Organization Name:  PRINCIPLED Learning Strategies, Inc. Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  Denver, Colorado, USA Language…Continue

Tags: 2013Curricular, 2013Teachers

Started Sep 11, 2013

21st Century Pedagogies and Envisioning the Global Schoolhouse
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Your Name and Title:  Jennifer D. Klein, President School or Organization Name:  PRINCIPLED Learning Strategies, Inc. Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  Denver, Colorado, USA Language…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Close Nov 4, 2013.

Fostering Global Citizenship in Our Schoolhouses

Your Name and Title:  Jennifer D. Klein, President School or Organization Name:  PRINCIPLED Learning Strategies, Inc. Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  Denver, Colorado, USA Language…Continue

Tags: 2013Leadership, 2013Curricular, 2013Teachers

Started Sep 11, 2013

 

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Jennifer D. Klein replied to Richard Close's discussion "Diversity, Learning Styles and Project Based Learning" Upgrading classroom methods for a global Personal Learning Framework
"This looks awesome, Richard--and our work is definitely aligned.  I'll do my best to make your session as well!"
Nov 4, 2013
Richard Close replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion 21st Century Pedagogies and Envisioning the Global Schoolhouse
"This looks like a great session FYI mine compliments yours: http://www.globaleducationconference.com/forum/topics/short-session-description-provide-method-for-how-to-handle?xg_source=activity We are looking at doing leadership workshops with UNESCO…"
Nov 4, 2013
Jennifer D. Klein posted discussions
Sep 11, 2013
Jennifer D. Klein's discussion was featured

Join the Dialogue on Creating Shared Value for all Participants in Global Education

Tim Kubik (formerly of Kent Denver School) and I posted simultaneous blogs several days ago on the topic of how we engage students in global learning.  Please visit our blogs and jump into the conversation, as we'd love to hear your views about how to engage students in global experiences with a true eye to collaboration and connection instead of exploiting the "other."Jennifer's blog at Principled Learning Strategies: "Our Messy World: Learning From and With, Not About"…See More
Dec 2, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein posted a discussion

Join the Dialogue on Creating Shared Value for all Participants in Global Education

Tim Kubik (formerly of Kent Denver School) and I posted simultaneous blogs several days ago on the topic of how we engage students in global learning.  Please visit our blogs and jump into the conversation, as we'd love to hear your views about how to engage students in global experiences with a true eye to collaboration and connection instead of exploiting the "other."Jennifer's blog at Principled Learning Strategies: "Our Messy World: Learning From and With, Not About"…See More
Nov 30, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion Creativity and Conflict: Humanizing the World through Art and Technology
"Thank you for your note, Clare--sorry it took me a week to get it to the top of my pile!  I look forward to the session and appreciate your interest--you will definitely get ideas for audiences and themes which should allow you to nurture your…"
Oct 28, 2012
Clare Diederichs replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion Creativity and Conflict: Humanizing the World through Art and Technology
"Dear Jenifer I am a parent homeschooling three very artistic children. Because of the homeschooling scenario,their audience usually consists of mum, dad and maybe a visiting family friend. I look forward to joining your sessions to see if I can…"
Oct 18, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein posted a status
"See my new blog, with an opening entry on the 8 Elements in Global Project-Based Learning. http://www.principledlearning.org/blog.html"
Oct 7, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein posted a discussion

World Language Meets Glocal PBL: Local Solutions for Global Refugees

Your Name and Title:Jennifer D. KleinSchool, Library, or Organization Name:PRINCIPLED Learning Strategies, Inc.Co-Presenter Name(s):Kelsey Vroomunn, St. Mary's AcademyCountry from Which You Will Present:USALanguage in Which You Will Present:EnglishTarget Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.):middle and high school teachers and administratorsShort Session Description (one line):Glocal learning approaches allow students to address the global…See More
Sep 29, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion Creativity and Conflict: Humanizing the World through Art and Technology
"Thank you for your note, Jo, and for encouraging your network to attend my session.  It'd be great to have some Australian voices in the mix, and I'm all about offering something teachers can really use after the presentation! Looking…"
Sep 28, 2012
Josephine Corrigan replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion Creativity and Conflict: Humanizing the World through Art and Technology
"Hi Jennifer, Great ideas. I'll be spreading the word at school for people to join the conference and to link in to your presentation. We all like something with practical elements on how to do it! Cheers, Jo Corrigan, Australia. "
Sep 28, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein posted discussions
Aug 18, 2012
Steve Hargadon replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion The Round Square Global Forum: An Experiment in Collaborative Learning
"OK, I get it!  Looks terrific."
Jul 22, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion Using Global Education to Improve Intercultural Dialogue inside the Schoolhouse
"Thanks, Steve! Looking forward to it. Jennifer"
Jul 12, 2012
Jennifer D. Klein replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion The Round Square Global Forum: An Experiment in Collaborative Learning
"Hi Steve. It's not a paid program at all--it's an experiment we want to share. Right now, only Round Square schools are involved, and RS is footing the bill as we get it running. But ultimately, we'll need schools beyond the network…"
Jul 12, 2012
Steve Hargadon replied to Jennifer D. Klein's discussion The Round Square Global Forum: An Experiment in Collaborative Learning
"Jennifer:  this also looks great, but is it advertising a paid PD program?"
Jul 12, 2012

Profile Information

Title:
Global Educational Consultant
Organization (if applicable):
Principled Learning Strategies (www.principledlearning.org)
Are You an iEARN Member?
No
Location (City or Town):
Denver, Colorado, USA
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Jennifer D. Klein holds a BA from Bard College and an MA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, both in Literature and Creative Writing. A product of experiential project-based education herself, she taught college and high school English for 19 years, including five years in Central America and 11 years in all-girls education. She holds a principal's license and has a broad background in global program planning and evaluation, student-driven curricular strategies, single-sex education, student service travel, and experiential, inquiry-driven learning. In 2010, Jennifer left teaching to begin PRINCIPLED Learning Strategies, a consulting business dedicated to enriching global educational approaches in schools through curriculum development, professional development, and the use of e-technologies.

Jennifer is Professional Development Director for World Leadership School, coaching teachers in global integration, supporting the development of collaborative online curriculum, and facilitating projects between American classrooms and schools outside the U.S. She is also Professional Development and Outreach Coordinator for TakingITGlobal, an international online learning community for educators and students interested in global issues, where she designs and delivers accredited online e-courses for teachers across the world. Further, Jennifer is the Director of Educational Development for the Research Journalism Initiative, an educational non-profit that facilitates creative expression among Palestinian young people and the use of their media projects in American classrooms. Finally, Jennifer is a National Faculty member for the Buck Institute for Education, giving workshops on Project-Based Learning and Global PBL.
I am a:
consultant
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
Kinder through University
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.principledlearning.org
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
TakingITGlobal e-courses, World Leadership School's Global Partnerships, Research Journalism Initiative's video conferencing series.
Languages Spoken:
Spanish, English.
Favorite Education Resources:
Too many to name--all listed on my website at www.principledlearning.org under Educational Partners!
Twitter Name:
@jdeborahklein
Skype Name:
jdeborahklein
AIM Name:
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iChat Name:
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At 11:47pm on October 31, 2011, Lucy Gray said…

Jennifer, 

I think you left a message in the form for partnerships, but did not leave your name or contact information. Partnerships are for non-profits; email Steve Hargadon directly if you have questions about this. hargadon@gmail.com.

 

Thanks!

 
 
 

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