Flat Connections and Global Educators  – Sandbox Negotiations

Photo Credit: Dorothy from Sandbox Negotiations.

Photo Credit: Dorothy from Sandbox Negotiations.

Thanks to Julie Lindsay and my Flat Connections colleagues across the country and globe, I am now a certified Global Educator.

I joined the Flat Connections Global Educator course because I wanted to find a space where I could grow past my own understandings of how we learn and form a network of innovative educators who could push me along the path and challenge me to embark into new territory. Through our weekly meetings and course readings, I gained new insights into approaches to global collaboration, student motivation, acquisition of knowledge, platforms for sharing, technological tools for thinking, and physical spaces for learning. Our meetings and readings, provided our cohort with a foundation for common understandings and conversations, but we were also charged  to take our new insights and craft a project that specifically spoke to our individual learning goals and school community.

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Flat Connections and Global Educators  – Sandbox Negotiations.

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