Creating Opportunities for Student Positive Online Identity

Last week I gave an Ignite presentation at the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia AHISA. It was my first national conference so for me it was a brilliant opportunity to share my experiences about connecting my class globally using Edublogs, Skype, Wikispaces and Schoology.

I had  twenty slides and twenty seconds to speak for each slide. Creating my Ignite presentation involved a lot of editing to condense my conviction that as educators we need to be actively encouraging students to develop a positive online identity. Below are my PowerPoint, proposal, script and information about the conference event.

 

Inspiring Articles & Teachers

Ann Michaelsen for creating opportunities to Skype and connect student in online discussions

Julie Lindsay and Flat Connections Global Educator Course

Silvia Tolisano and Blended Coaching

In preparing my ideas I have used the following articles to help me write about the importance of considering our students’ wellbeing as respectful compassionate global citizens and leaders.

A Response to Participatory Culture in a Networked Era on ReadWriteRespond by Aaron Davis

Out of Eden Learn in the Age of Brexit and Donald Trump on Out of Eden Blog by Liz Dawes Duraisingh

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Hello Ann

    Delighted to learn that the Ignite session whet so well and thank you for sharing the slides with us.

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