When: Tuesday 17th November at 4-5pm Melbourne Victoria time (gmt+112)
Where: The Global Education Conference Blackboard Collaborate room. Click on this link to join
About this session: The amazing global education conference is on over 4 days this week, spreading over 24 hours a day to cater for the global audience. Participants in this webinar will help crowd source some apps and tools that can be used in the increasingly global world of ours, where global education takes on an essential nature.
Global education means that different languages, cultures, religions etc can use technology to connect and learn from each other. What are the essentials for success? What tools and apps can we use to ensure engaged learning and understanding? Please join us and build a list to share with the world.
If you cannot join us, what tools and apps do you use on a global scale? Please add as a comment below.
When: Tuesday August 11th, 4-5pm, Melbourne Australia timed (gmt or utc +10)
Where: The Australia eSeries Blackboard Collaborate room View the Blackboard Collaborate recording of this fabulous session with Peggy.
Peggy George, of the USA, moderator of the weekly Classroom 2.0 webinars, was a recent keynote presenter for the Speaks Volumes online conference. The theme of this conference was Super Heroes. Peggy’s presentation was “Charge up your PLN! A credit card with no expiration date!”
Peggy will step us through many of the options for free PD online, using her amazing bank of resources that she has gathered and placed in a live binder as part of her presentation.
Please join us and join in the conversations.
When: Tuesday August 4th
Where: In a new virtual room of Adobe Connect. Click this link to listen to the recording
Peggy George shared her recent keynote on a similar topic complete with a live binder full of resources for all types of free online PD. Click on this link to listen to her keynote or get lost in the many links to webinars, conferences, twitter chats etc
About the session: This will be an un-webinar style session where participants will discuss the
- need for professional development (PD)
- the many ways in which free PD can be found – webinars, twitter chats, MOOCs, conferences – physical and online. Pros and cons of each
- sharing of favourite face to face conferences, free online conferences, webinars and twitter chats etc
- how to join in physical conferences remotely!
- report on the recent ISTE conference in Philadelphia, USA in June
- how to make the most of conferences prior to, during and afterwards etc
- characteristics of successful conferences
- any topics that the participants would like to raise.
As an organiser of the first OZeLIVE conference, Tech Talk Tuesdays will resume some time in March. In the meantime, please consider being a presenter and/or participant in our exciting upcoming conference on Sat 23d and Sun Feb 24th.
Three years ago, under the encouragement of Steve Hargadon, Carole McCulloch and I commenced the Australia eSeries to bring together all educational communities in Australia and enable webinars, PD and discussion to take place across all educational sectors and through to the globe. It is with some pride that on a very fast schedule, the OZeLive conference — the free, Australia time-zone friendly educational technology virtual conference will be held in February. The team from Australia e-Series in collaboration with The Learning Revolution, are very excited about holding our very own first conference in 2014 online, free, in Australia friendly time zones (and much of Asia, New Zealand, Pacifica etc) and that will encourage presentations and sharing from all educational bodies and across all educational sectors.
As such, we are looking for presenters, participants and volunteers. Will you be part of this our exciting first conference? We would love you to be part of it.
See the official flyer for more information, please join our Australian Educators ning (it is not just for Australians) and watch out for the hashtag #ozelive on twitter, facebook etc.
What questions do you have?
When: Tuesday May 10th 4 to 5pm, Melbourne, Australia time (gmt +10)
This week Tech Talk Tuesdays and eT@lking will partner with the Global Education 2010 conference . Tech Talk Tuesdays will host Sue Wyatt, from Tasmania, Australia who is the presenter on “The Blogging Challenge”. The session will start 15 minutes later than usual to fit in with the conference schedule. Therefore the starting time will be 4pm, Melbourne, Australia, gmt+11.
Learn how to connect your students and classes globally through this bi-annual blogging challenge. Those who are register for the Blogging Challenge take part in weekly activities to improve blogging and blogs, connect with other students/classes around the globe etc Themes may be local or global including eg BAD (Blog action day), and “One day on Earth”. Join other participants from around the world for this session. The link for this session will be provided on the Global Education 2010 site.
Here is the link to the session.