Global Education Conference: Day 4 Session Recommendations #globaled12

15 Nov

Hi all —

Here are a few sessions to check out today in the Global Education Conference!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15
(All times given in Eastern Time, U.S. Use the full schedule linked below to confirm times in your area!)

4:00 PM — Session: World Language Meets Glocal PBL: Local Solutions for Global Refugees
Jennifer D. Klein, Global Education Consultant
Kelsey Vroomunn, ISTE Emerging Leader
Description: Glocal learning approaches allow students to address the global challenges of displacement and refugee life on a local level.
Link to Session: https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=GECPart204

6:00 PM — Keynote: The Network is Us
Larry Johnson, CEO of NMC
Description: Social change is as timely as it is timeless… 
Link to Session: https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=GECKPart32

9:00 PM — Keynote: The Rise of Makers: Rethinking Innovation and Education
Dale Dougherty
Description: The maker movement “invites participation of amateurs of all ages and takes advantage of new technologies for personal fabrication and physical/digital interaction.” This session digs deep into the “national effort to find opportunities to integrate making as a way of transforming education, providing hands-on experiences and open-ended projects that engage students.”
Link to Session: https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=GECKPart30

10:00 PM — Session: Motivational and Self-regulated Learning Factors of Informal and Extreme Learning
Donggil Song, Curtis J. Bonk & Justin Whiting; Indiana University
Description: The present study aims at investigating motivational and self-regulated learning factors of informal and extreme learning when using educational Web resources as well as the supports, uses, and challenges and obstacles.
Link to Session: https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=GECPart223

Once again, the full GlobalEdCon schedule can be found  here.  And remember, you can follow #GlobalEd12 or me (@EngagingEdu) on Twitter for ongoing updates, tips and highlights as well!

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