This is one of my favorite posts so far because it touches on how the students have really begun to see Glass as one more tool accessible to them for documentation and sharing, so much so that they think everyone is doing that too!
Together, we talked about ways for the Glass Team to stay in touch more broadly across the Explorers Community and help Explorers connect with each other. Based on these conversations, we’re looking forward to developing the relationship between Glass and community leaders like these!
We have partners in Singapore, Brazil, Ethiopia, and the U.S. and it's been great to see the students use Glass to share their learning experiences and connect with other classes!
I'd love to connect with more educators in #Australia about ways Glass might be used as a tool for documentation and classroom reflection.
As a consultant, I have extensive experience managing social media networks on various platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, and designing and maintaining websites through WordPress. I have supported webinars on early childhood education and social media, designed professional development trainings, blogged about education, co-moderated Twitter chats (#ecetechchat & #globalclassroom) and conducted research and compiled data on technology services and early childhood education. I have also worked internationally with large, multi-agency organizations to create virtual communities of practice and use Web 2.0 tools for collaboration and dialogue.
My hope is to connect educators around the globe using technology so that they can more easily share resources and pedagogical practices. I love exploring and using technology and enjoy teaching others about ways they can use technology to network through social media and market their programs and organizations online. You can read more about me here!
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