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World-wide educational innovation (2) (Developing global publishing opportunities for teachers and their pupils in curriculum exchange projects) by Mind Map: World-wide educational innovation (2)
(Developing global publishing
opportunities for teachers and their
pupils in curriculum exchange projects)
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World-wide educational innovation (2) (Developing global publishing opportunities for teachers and their pupils in curriculum exchange projects)

Achievement for All Agenda

Teaching and Learning

Parental Engagement

Wider Opportunities

Leadership Management

Data Collection

The E-twinning (social community for teachers)

provides a collaboration community tool (Twinspace) for teachers and professionals on projects and CPD communication

Available at www.etwinning.net

Empowering teachers with modern technology (India Podar Group of School)

utilising and implementing technology

acknowledging value of learning and using technology as a motivation to learning

importance of empowering children to read by the age of six

Learning Resources (Turkey)

Further information available on www.words2inspire.org

English Researching the issue of training teachers to use IWBs after they have been installed on teaching Physics (Germany)

whole day training research for teachers as well as online training through forums to share ideas and problems

Issues surrounding the use of ICT in Southern Africa (Zimbabwe)

digital divide exists

Twitter Contributions Friday 13 January 2012

Well done and thank you to the students helping at #MMAFA rslosek Rosie Slosek

very rare face to face conversation with @tonyparkin at the #mmafa session, nearly all our contact is on twitter…. mattpearson Matthew Pearson

Thanks to mirandanet and #MMAFA and all the staff for excellent discussions and ideas share look forward to much more #BETT_show cliffmanning cliff manning

Back in Wales - big thanks to @eyebeams @cyberbrikkie @theokk and all at #mmafa for comments/opportunity to present sangeet Sangeet Bhullar

RT @rslosek: Well done and thank you to the students helping at #MMAFA sangeet Sangeet Bhullar

Teachers taking charge of their own professional learning: Twitter Contributions Saturday 12 January 2012

#mmafa Christina Preston awards MirandaNet Fellowships prior to the final session. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Garath Jackson opening the final session. #mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

#mmafa Technology and tradition can work together Words2InspireUK Words To Inspire

Discussions on the ways in which technology mediated the sense of self.#mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

@eyebeams talking about 'forgetting about cameras' and modifying their behaviour to 'normal'. Hope he doesn't forget his cameras.#mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Dave Smith, Havering

rachelala rachelala

#mmafa more examples of international schools collaborating using Facebook theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa again another example of schools using Facebook and twitter to connect with parents theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa Social networking can help improve attendance Words2InspireUK Words To Inspire

The power of social networking to raise motivation and attainment in Havering: sharing success.#mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

RT @mattpearson: Great pres at #mmafa by @davesmithict on practical tips for using social media to connect with parents theokk theo kuechel

RT @cyberbrikkie: power of social networking to raise motivation & attainment in Havering: sharing success #mmafa <echoes TeachMeet theokk theo kuechel

@mattpearson: #mmafa pres by @davesmithict practical tips for using social media to connect w/ parents < excellent! see also @Parents_GortCS catherinecronin Catherine Cronin

Jackie Holderness from AfA

Jackie Holderness from AfA on the power of structured conversations augmented by technology.#mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Kayhan Karli from Turkey

#mmafa Kayhan Karli from Turkey speaking about the Teachers Academy Foundation theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa Contribution by a colleague from Turkey on the urgent need for professional development for teachers. Established foundation 3 yrs. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

#mmafa Teachers to teach teachers for professional development in Turkey. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

#mmafa Kayhan - describes programme of whole school blended learning CPD for teachers theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa Kayhan Karli: We believe that play is a key part of CPD Words2InspireUK Words To Inspire

#mmafa The power of play for teacher Professional development - Leadership for Learning in Turkey. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Really interesting insights about Turkish Teacher CPD excellent presentation at #mmafa livestream.com/mirandanet eyebeams Leon Cych

Turkish CPD at #mmafa pic.twitter.com/QY5T2siy eyebeams Leon Cych

#mmafa Professional development is something you do for yourself - it's not done to you. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Christina Preston

CPD should value children as well as teachers - Christina P #mmafa theokk theo kuechel

MirandaMod photos is.gd/ug4Wy2 #mmafa theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa live stream, pics and flash meeting links on wiki is.gd/KP7v73 theokk theo kuechel

A panorama of all the tech at #mmafa Achievement for All scroll around the room #Bett2012 pic.twitter.com/SdTYyQvm eyebeams Leon Cych

Developing global publishing opportunities: Twitter Contributions Saturday 12 January 2012

Ann Gilleran

Ann Gilleran next up at #mmafa talking about e-twinning - a social community for teachers. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

E-twinning being discussed - collaborative cpd communication between 150,000 teachers livestream.com/mirandanet #mmafa eyebeams Leon Cych

E- twinning in the UK is supported by the British Council, no cost for schools or teachers to take part #mmafa mattpearson Matthew Pearson

RT @mattpearson: E- twinning in the UK is supported by the British Council, no cost for schools or teachers to take part #mmafa theokk theo kuechel

Podar Schools

#mmafa Podar Group of schools on now talking about powering teachers with technology theokk theo kuechel

Teachers from the Podar group of schools in India talking about empowering teachers through the use of ICT. #mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Finally made it to #mmafa - hearing about 'professional learning to empower teachers' in India #domoreedu rachelala rachelala

#mmafa The Podar group of schools see the impact of ICT on motivation and learning. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Marion Scott-Baker

#mmafa Marion Scott-Baker on collaborative projects with India: the challenges inherent in learning Reading and writing with English. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

#mmafa Marion Scott-Baker explains why English is a difficult language theokk theo kuechel Marion Scott-Baker on the challenges of English orthography - teaching synthetic phonics. #mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell Very interesting talk by head of Cheam School on shared approaches to learning reading with schools on India #mmafa rachelala rachelala

#mmafa http://www. Word2inspire.org cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

David Obst

David Obst now- his first talk in English researching the issue of training teachers to use IWBs after they have been installed. #mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Benjamin Semwayo

#mmafa Interesting cross-cultural issues of semantics in education. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

#mmafa Benjamin Semwayo on issues surrounding the use of ICT in southern Africa - and the rest of the continent. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Ben Semawayo talking about use of ed tech in Africa #mmafa theokk theo kuechel

99% of students using mobile phones not computers #mmafa #Africa theokk theo kuechel

#mmafa Ben on why some African regimes are reluctant to embrace the power of ICT (and social networking ...) cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

Developing countries use of edtech hampered by governments suspicion of social media #mmafa theokk theo kuechel

Great time at #BETT #MMAFA we made new friends in Singapore & America as well as making many new friends at home. So many new ideas to work andrewcuthbert Andrew Cuthbert

Andrée Jordan (by email) International Projects and their Influence on Learning

International Projects and their Influence on Learning Working together with pupils around the world increases motivation. Ask me to prove it - that is another matter. It is obvious when watching any pupil who has been involved in an international project that their outlook has changed, their work ethic has improved, and that their motivation has increased. Putting all that into a form using quantitative data is a challenge. Use of ICT to connect pupils around the world has been and continues to be the way forward. In our increasingly global community we need to share what we have - shared work spaces on line enable pupils to work collaboratively e.g. - Schools on line Sub Saharan African project: See link to our website on: http://schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org/node/9744 · Zimbabwe, Nigeria and UK. UK teachers' visits to Zimbabwe and Nigeria showed their lack of ICT. Our whole project is on sharing arts and crafts. · Wanted to use ICT. · Nigeria school was given a thin client set up room. · Zimbabwe has one laptop. · Everyone had flip videos. · Biggest challenge continues to be teaching the staff the technology so that we could use flip videos and upload or post the videos to each other. · eTwinning project - Many Hands Make Light Work · Project on volunteering. Uses twinspace to upload the work we have done. It also has space for pupils to "chat" about their work, and work together across the miles, collaboratively. · my twinspace - if you want to have a look at a live eTwinning Twinspace, follow the Public link to my eTwinning project TwinSpace "Many Hands Make Light Work": http://new-twinspace.etwinning.net/web/p54276 In other countries, the use of video conferencing is an excellent way of linking pupils. In my East Asian connecting Classrooms Project, the termly use of video conferences allowed pupils in 30 schools (10 in each of three countries) to work together. This is still going despite the official "end" of the project last July. See the following link (if it will let you see it): http://schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org/node/1059