Learning Collaboratives are part of my 'Moonshot' ideas based on "How might we flatten the learning environment to include connected and collaborative practices for learners everywhere to deepen understanding about the world?"
Connect with China will bring students and teachers together from across the world to learn collaboratively. It has a focus on Chinese language and culture.
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- Curriculum 21 Faculty MemberSocial Media Coordinator, present
- Globally Connected Learningpresent
- Graded American School of Sao PauloMiddle School Academic Technology Coordinator, 2013 - 2014
- Martin J. Gottlieb Day School21st Century Learning Specialist, 2013
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano was born in Germany, raised in Argentina and currently lives in the United States. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish with a Minor in International Studies and a Masters in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Technology. She has worked as a World Language teacher, Technology Integration Facilitator and 21st Century Learning Specialist.
Her passions include globally connected learning, technology integration, 21st Century skills and literacies, as well as digital storytelling.
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano is available for national and international conference presentations, consultations, and teacher training sessions. She is able to work with you and present in English, Spanish and German.
Silvia is known in the international blogersphere under the name of “Langwitches”.
To learn about her work, subscribe to the Langwitches Blog and follow her on Twitter. She is a Curriculum21 faculty member and a regular contributor on the Tech& Learning Advisor Blog. Silvia is the author of the book “Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators” and founder of the Around the World with 80 Schools project.
- Goethe Schule, Buenos Aires ArgentinaDeutsches Abitur, 1982 - 1886
- University of North FloridaMasters of Education:Instructional Technology, 2002 - 2006
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