Melda N. Yildiz
Kean University
February 9, 2012

Global Media Literacy: Connecting Teachers to the World Using Mobile Technologies

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Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

At each activity participants will have the opportunity to explore a way to connect their classroom to the world.
You are invited to explore the following activities linked in our wikispaces.
Activity 1: Assistive Technology/ Universal Design Lesson Plans
Activity 2: Web 2.0 station: (e.g. Classroom 2.0, Voicethread, Skype, Glogster)
Activity 3: Curriculum Connections (Global Media Literacy in the Curriculum)
Activity 4: Multimedia Presentation Tools (e.g. Hyperstudio, Prezi)
Activity 5: Global Networking (e.g. ePals, LiveMocha, Iearn) 6: Project Based Learning- Mobile Technologies in Education (e.g. Cell phone, Ipod touch, Androids)

Whole Group Activity 6: ParticipantDialog (e.g. voicethread)

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Global Media Literacy Curriculum-

Developing Globally Connected Student

Flat Stanley Project

Global Virtual Classroom

Global SchoolNet


Taking IT Global

Teachers Without Borders

How many US citizens have passport?
Globally Connected Learning
National Geographic Survey

Videos to watch