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Welcome to Julie Lindsay's Presentation Wiki

This is where resources and links can be found to support my presentations and research into 21st Century learning.

 

 

Featured Presentations


 

Flatten Your Classroom and Embrace 21st Century Global Learning

ECIS Conference, Madrid, Spain (November 21-25, 2007)

 

The award winning Flat Classroom Project (ISTE SIGTel Online Learning Award 2007) showed that global collaboration using Web 2.0 tools can easily 'flatten' the walls of the classroom and promote better understanding between all participants. This session will look at the concept and practice of a flat classroom in the 21st century and suggest strategies for inclusion in your classroom and school.

Supporting websites:

http://flatclassroomproject.wikispaces.com

http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com

 

Web 2.0 Cocktail

Wikis that Work

 

E-Learning for Life

The E-Learning For Life strategy is a 21st century initiative for the next generation. It is part of the 5-year strategic plan at Qatar Academy, Doha. This presentation was given to the Board of Governors recently in order to justify an increase in spending on hardware, professional development and infrastructure.

 

Past Presentations


 (See also the archived presentations accessible via the menu)

 

Qatar Reading Association, DohaBlogging to Support Literacy

November 14, 2007

 

Summary

A blog is like an online diary...but wait! It is much more. A blog is a tool to support connection, communication and collaboration. It is also a vital way for students and teachers to interact within a classroom and between classrooms. This session explores the pedagogical uses of blogging to support literacy and reveals some easy steps to get started with your own blog.

 

 

 

NESA at ASD, Doha, Qatar November 6, 2007  'Wikis that Work!'

 

 

ECIS IT Conference (March 22-25, 2007)

 

 

 

 

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