Global Education Conference Ended Today

Running five days straight, 24 hours a day…the 2012 Global Education Conference ended today. For the third year, this conference was an amazing orchestration of hundreds of professionals working together, generously sharing their talents in countless ways.  The roads have been paved in global education, and they are now well-marked and mapped out. What a great example of how we as educators can go beyond country borders, time zones, language barriers and political divisions…and all pull together as professionals wanting the best for our students and for our world.

All of the sessions are archived here, so be sure to check out what you missed.

I had the opportunity to present again this year with some of the best global educators from around the world. If you’re interested in the recordings of those sessions, the links are below.  They will load after clicking on the downloaded file for Blackboard Collaborate.

Using Digital and Global Citizenship to Create a Safe and Successful Global Project  Monday   Recording of this session can be found here.

Collaborative Projects and the Common Core State Standards  Wednesday Recording of Session can be found here.

Using Data to Make Sense of the World: a collaborative project with eight schools worldwide  Thursday Recording of the session can be found here.

Hats off those making this years conference another example of what is possible when we all pull together!

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