Monday, December 05, 2016

Bryan Alexander Interview - The Challenge of Advancing Digital Literacy in Higher Education

At the invitation of Adobe Education, I attended the Educause Annual Conference this year and did a quick series of interviews about the education work that Adobe is doing. A huge highlight for me was reconnecting with futurist Bryan Alexander, whom I'd interviewed in 2012 as a part of my Future of Education series, and whose work and voice I've continued to really appreciate.


Bryan was the lead author of the just-released Digital Literacy - An NMC Horizon Project Strategic Brief, which was commissioned by Adobe to "explore an increasingly pressing challenge for United States higher education institutions: advancing digital literacy among students and faculty."

From the report (emphasis mine):
A 2016 Pew Research Center’s study indicates that the digital divide in the US is no longer just about access to technology but rather fluency in using it. Socio-economic status is certainly a factor with low-income households unable to afford high-speed broadband and the latest devices, but only 17% of adults report being active learners who are “confident in their ability to use digital tools to pursue learning.” Indeed, the productive and innovative use of technology encompasses 21st century skills that are vital for being successful in the workplace and beyond. Higher education institutions must prepare students for a future where learning new digital tools is an intuitive process. 
Unfortunately, lack of agreement on what comprises digital literacy is impeding many colleges and universities from formulating adequate policies and programs. Discussions among educators and library professionals have included the idea of digital literacy as equating to competence with a wide range of digital tools for varied educational purposes, or as an indicator of having the ability to critically evaluate web resources — a component of information literacy. However, both definitions are broad and ambiguous, making digital literacy a nebulous area that requires greater clarification and consensus. 
The aim of this publication is to establish a shared vision of digital literacy for higher education leaders by illuminating key definitions and models along with best practices and recommendations for implementing successful digital literacy initiatives. 
Again, you'll find the full report here. My interview with Bryan is below, followed by some notes.

Interview Notes (with time marks):
00:30 Students have always been makers, but now we have more tools for making.
02:00 We need to embrace this because there are pedagogical benefits all over the place.
02:20 The historical arc toward "pro-suming" and learning by making meaning; constructivist pedagogy.
03:30 A major sea change and we are moving in the crest of it.
05:15 How the mindset of teaching changes when working with creators.
06:15 When students make stuff, it isn't necessarily "well-behaved" - we have to get used to this.
07:10 Critical thinking means there might be criticism or "push-back." How comfortable are you with your students arguing with you?
08:10 Long-standing tension in America between the liberal arts and the practical/mechanical arts.
09:15 Implications for institutions of this research, valuing students as makers.
10:50 The "dangerous" Web.
11:05 Students having their own website outside of the institution, having a "domain of one's own."
12:45 The fantastic place that is the library.
13:30 The promises of technology; when does technology actually transform?
14:50 Utopian hope for radio and how we killed its educational benefit; the mixed legacy of television.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

2016 Global Education Conference - Final Day!



Wednesday, November 16th, is the final day of our the seventh annual Global Education Conference. It's been an amazing conference, hope you can join us for some of the final keynotes or sessions!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Great session with educators from Israel, Mexico, Colombia, Canada, Nepal and USA. Wow! GEC, You rock!



The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page

Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!

Wednesday, November 16th

12:00am
  • What does it take to make the world our classroom - Anne Mirtschin
3:00am
  • (iEARN) Collaborative learning through an online magazine -iMagzz - Making Myself Heard - Geeta Rajan,Head,International Affairs
4:00am
  • (iEARN) Partners of the Americas and iEARN: The Power of Connections and International Collaboration in Education - Mr. André Hedlund
  • CLASS: Connected Learning Activities through Social Service - Sebastian Panakal, Chairperson
  • Factors causing student anxiety in English speaking class: from first year students’ perspectives - Dr Thi Tuyet Tran
5:00am
  • (iEARN) Hands for Peace - Almerinda Garibaldi
  • Studying Abroad and Its Broad Impact for Nursing Students in Diploma Programs - Nicole Hall
6:00am
  • (iEARN) "Photojournalism for covering social issues in Tajikistan – raise the youth voice." - Firuz Baratov
  • Promoting cultural and geographical awareness through online exchanges - Mrs. Quratulain Hussain
7:00am
  • (iEARN) Where Do The Children Play - Freda Goodman
  • Cómo Preparar Alumnos para el Siglo XXl Con Pocos Recursos - Fabiana Casella
  • Gamify Your PD: Leading Districts 'Win' with Teacher-Driven, Self-Paced PD - Julia Francis, Partner
  • Gomabseubnida, Seoul: How My Summer in Korea Made Me a Better Teacher. - Amy M. Barrios, Ed.D.; Associate Professor
  • The comparative analysis of different online education and blended learning solutions in the non-OECD context. - Dr. Pablo B. Markin
8:00am
  • Connecting India Around The World - Ms Poonam Sharma
  • How meditation and creative imagination can prepare global students and teachers - Dr.Elena Puntaroli
  • Lesson Jamming Collaboration - Mrs. Maha Hassan
  • Micro-learning as a lifelong learning approach of the 21st century: Potentials and Challenges. - Mr. Mohamed Ramadan
9:00am
  • (iEARN) Impact of STEM learning program on main stream education - Ms. Alema Nasim
  • El acceso global de profesores y estudiantes mediante cursos de micro aprendizaje y mensajería instantánea - Carlos Bravo Reyes PhD
  • How to facilitate cross-cultural projects in a digital exchange - Jack Haskell, teacher and educational coordinator
  • The Global Student News Network - Don Goble - Multimedia Instructor
  • Tips To Prepare Students for a 21st Century Global Class With 20th Century Environment - Mrs Fabiana Casella
10:00am
  • KEYNOTE: Dmitry Savelau - "Education for Social Change: the Power of Collective Action"
11:00am
  • Bringing the world into your K-5 classroom with new technology can help tackle prejudice before it begins. - Sanny Zuiderveld, co-founder
  • Global Classrooms - Teresa Kramarz, Assistant Professor
  • Middle School General Music...A Provincial Dumping Ground or Global Oasis? - Kathryn Smith, Middle School General Music Teacher
  • The role of curriculum in teachers’ understanding of Global Citizenship Education in one of public schools in Akmola region, Kazakhstan - Mrs.Zhanar Ordabayeva
12:00pm
  • Differentiated Instruction: Innovative Strategies to Increase Student Engagement, Motivation & Transfer of Learning - Lauren D. Pitts, Doctoral Candidate
  • Robotics Unplugged: Introduction to Engineering - Melda N Yildiz
  • Supporting Global Education in the Media Center and Throughout Your School - Daryl Weakland - School Library Media Coordinator
  • VIOLA - Values In Our Lives Always - Mr Drew Buddie
1:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Tonya Muro - "Learning With the World through Virtual Exchange: Building Bridges, Breaking Down Barriers"
2:00pm
  • Creating Global Citizens in the 21st Century - Chantelle Kohn, Program Director
  • Faculty Inspiring World-Ready Educators: Global Ed Catches FIRE in Rural Virginia - Patricia Talbot, Associate Professor
  • Global Food Security Resources: Collaboration between agriculture and education - Jane Hunt, Education Consultant
  • Nuggets from the Gold Mine: Resources and Opportunities for Global Perspectives - Jay Harris, President and Creative Producer
3:00pm
  • Educación Expandida: Creación colaborativa - Profesora Cristina Velázquez
  • Generation Global: Navigating Difference Through Dialogue - Mrs. Muna Abbas
  • We Can Change the Picture With The "Matrix of a Learner" - Tracy Hanson, Founder
4:00pm
  • CLOSING KEYNOTE: Gavin Dykes - "Learnings with and from the Maverick Teachers Global Summit"
5:00pm
  • Final Notes - Closing the Conference


Monday, November 14, 2016

2016 Global Education Conference - 53 Live Sessions on Tuesday, Day Three!



Tuesday, November 15th, is day three of the seventh annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for another great day of sessions and keynotes!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Wonderful Keynote on Peace by Anne Polaski and Diane Repaal at



The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page

Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!

Tuesday, November 15th

5:00am
  • (iEARN) cultural package exchange project - Mrs Asma Al Beriki
  • Why Baki Matters II: Stories and Projects from Silk Road - Melda Yildiz, Ed.D.

7:00am
  • Creating Broader Perspectives Through Oral History - Ryan Harwood - Technology Integration Coach
  • Five Years of Global Learning in a Little World- HLW Skypers - Anne Mirtschin
  • Pescando Estudiantes: Aguilas pescadoras y la clase experiencial de español - Mark Viser, Spanish Teacher, Dept. of Foreign Languages
8:00am
  • (iEARN) Using Digital Media for Global Collaboration: A Look at Two iEARN Projects - Chris Baer, Arts and Technology Teacher, iEARN Project Facilitator and Curriculum Developer
  • Psychic Distance Phenomena and Global Education - Susan Boyle, MFA, Full Time Faculty
  • Publishing Student-Created eBooks to Foster Collaborative Global Sharing and Building of Knowledge - Francis Jim Tuscano, Grade School Teacher and Ed Tech Coach and Consultant
9:00am
  • (iEARN) Global Collaboration Creates Bridges for Globa Citizens - Kheira Mezough , Country Coordinator
  • Enhancing Understanding in the Culturally-Diverse or Globally-Connected Classroom Using Screencasts - Dr. Crystal L. Sears, M.A., LLPC - Faculty
  • Harmonizing Global Alliances: A Case Study of Afghanistan - Maria A. Beebe, Ph.D., Anthropology Department Affiliate
  • One Heart Anti-Bullying Program - Janet Lee-Instructional Designer
  • Resources for Integrating Latin American Studies Across the Curriculum - Mary Risner, Associate Director
10:00am 
  • KEYNOTE: Kevin Smith - "Global Competence and Dual Language Programming: A purposeful, systematic integration of language and culture"
11:00am
  • (iEARN) Talking Kites Around the World - Ruty Hotzen
  • Citizen Journalism - Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
  • Creating Global Competency by Infusing Media Asset Projects into your Classroom - Darla Kay Hill, Education Consultant and EdTech Strategist
  • Preparation for Teaching in a Global Classroom - Heather MacCleoud, Director – Academic Programs
  • The importance of global education to the inquiry approach to learning in preparing the child for the 21st century - Paul Loranger
12:00pm
  • (iEARN) EFL Youth Voices Project - Dr Daniela Munca-Aftenev
  • Building Bridges Though Intercultural Communication - Joe McVeigh, Author and Educational Consultant
  • Effective Use of Collaborative Online Discussion Boards and Netiquette Guidelines - Nadine Aboulmagd, Online Content Developer
  • Learning to Ask Better Questions, Together. - Reuben Thiessen, CTO
  • The Partnership Continuum: Building Global Partnerships that Work - Jennifer D. Klein, Global Educator and Author
1:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Beate Nguyen, MA.Ed. - "Global Ed (Urgent Action + Critical Lens)"
2:00pm
  • El Continuum de "Asociaciones Globales": Creando Intercambios Globales que Funccionan - Jennifer D. Klein, Educadora Global y Autora
  • Integrating Dual Language with Global Learning through Project-Based Inquiry - Meg Van Voorhis, Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Services
  • Study Abroad, Language Acquisition and Cultural Competencies A Case Study - Nadra Garas
  • What Does Global Competency Look Like for Our Youngest Global Citizens--Toddlers and Preschoolers? - Susannah Wheelwright (former World Geography teacher, now stay-at-home mom)
3:00pm
  • #GlobalSpeedChat--A Worldwide Collaboration of Students - Jennifer Hesseltine & Kim Preshoff, Teachers in New York
  • Create globally connected students with a 'school within a school' - Kyle Wagner- Futures Academy Coordinator at The International School of Beijing
  • Learning for a Purpose and Caring about the World with The Dream Flag Project - Jeff Harlan, Co-Founder
  • Notes from the Field: Dual Language and Global Content in Action - Rocio Aguilar, Instructional Specialist
4:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Joseph Ball
5:00pm
  • Excursions in Mathematics: A Global Education Project - Tammy L Jones, Consultant
  • Experiential Learning: Discover Cuba Without a Passport - Ruth Valle, Spanish Teacher
  • The concept of participation in education and learning: What can the educational field learn from other domains? - Ioana Literat, Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design
  • What roles can school librarians play in global cultural competence? - Dr. Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
6:00pm
  • Creative Use of QR Codes to Support Global Educational Partnerships - Dr. Susan Jacques Pierson Associate Professor of Education
  • Globalizing the English Common Core Reading Materials - Ashley Gwinn Master Teacher and Curriculum Specialist
  • Increasing Global Competence in K-12 Education - Ann C. Gaudino, Ed.D.
  • Promoting Student Success in Statistics by Investigating Worldwide global problems - Larry Musolino
7:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Chip Kimball + Tim Stuart - Changing Education: From Teacher Agency to Student Agency
8:00pm
  • American Literature and History as a Springboard into Global Social Issues - Mr. Ryan Smith
  • Blog Building: The Basics of Shaping & Sharing Your Voice as a Global Educator - Heather Singmaster, Host, Global Learning Blog, Education Week
  • Bringing the World to Your Classroom - Connie Rensink
  • Committing Global Knowledge to Action Through Project Based Learning - Jim Zacchini, Senior Implementation Associate
9:00pm
  • Agentes De Cambio - Pedro Aparicio M.S.
  • Estructuración y reestructuración de modelos y esquemas mentales con recursos digitales" - Maestro en Ciencias Alfonso Ángel Carballo Hernández
  • Master Project- Based Learning in 5 simple steps - Kyle Wagner: School Transformation and Project- Based Learning Coach
  • Using TED Ed to improve your student reseach and learning - David J. Burt
10:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Tudor Clee - "Sharing the kids eye view of the world"
11:00pm
  • Teacher Travel = Student Learning - Connie



Sunday, November 13, 2016

2016 Global Education Conference - Monday Is Day Two!



Monday, November 14th, is day two of the seventh annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for another great day of sessions and keynotes!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Loving presentation by Kathy Beck on Global Google Mapping! Tons of great ideas & resources--all free!


The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page

Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!

Monday, November 14th
6:00am

  • Building Global Connections with Out of Eden Learn - Rob Martin, Middle School Social Studies Teacher

7:00am

  • (iEARN) Living Language: Supporting Adolescent Learners in Immersion Environments - Kripa Bhagat, Resident Director for NSLI-Y Taiwan

8:00am

  • Global Teacher Leaders: a Machine to Get Global Education Moving! - Dr. Rachel Clarke, Principal

9:00am

  • (iEARN) International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected - Fay Stump, Library Media Specialist
  • Global Invaders and How We Can Stop Them - Lauren Miles
  • Human Rights Colonialism and Globalization. Developing a Transformational Experience for Students - Richard C. Close CEO Founder
  • La gestión de networking y redes sociales como estrategia de innovación educativa. - Diego Apolo

10:00am

  • KEYNOTE: Lord Jim Knight

11:00am

  • Help Your Students Climb the Three Levels of Culture - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
  • Not me! Unconscious Bias in our Global Classrooms - Adam Holden, Head of Academic Planning & Resources
  • The Power of Possibility - Peter Bishop, Exec Director
  • The Role of Social-Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness in Global Citizenship - Theo Koffler, Founder and Senior Facilitator

12:00pm

  • (iEARN) Daffodils & Tulips - Ruty Hotzen
  • Challenge Based Learning: Take Action. Make a Difference. - Mark Nichols, Digital Promise Fellow
  • Engaging K-12 Students in Meaningful Global Discussions with WorldVuze - Julia Coburn, Executive Director and Co-Founder of WorldVuz
  • Global Learning: Exploring the World After School - Mary Grenz Jalloh, Director
  • Students Investigate Culture Through Ethnography and Mobile Devices - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.

1:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Karen Blumberg, Karen Kirsch Page, + Kevin Baloyi - "EdTech Summit Africa"

2:00pm

  • Global Citizenship Professional Development for K-12 Teachers - Mabel Bashorun
  • Join MY HERO to Inspire, Connect and EMPOWER students to become Global and Active Citizens using our Multi-Media Tools! - Wendy Milette, Director of Media Arts Education & Film Festival
  • Meaningful Learning through the Access Program - Nadina Carmen Nicolici, Head of Department
  • Responding to the Need for Religious Literacy in Education - Timothy Hall, Ph.D., Director of Academics

3:00pm

  • Becoming a Global Administrator in K-12 Schools - Dr. Sara Whitaker, Consultant
  • Gomabseubnida, Seoul: How My Summer in Korea Made Me a Better Teacher. - Amy M. Barrios, Ed.D.; Associate Professor
  • Let’s Teach The World! How To Make ‘Universal Education Provision’ Reality - Leah K Stewart, Performance Poet & Education Consultant
  • Native Voices, Cultures and Stories: Supporting Multicultural Programming and Community Engagement Through the Library Diversity Committee - Raymond Pun, first year student success librarian

4:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Nate McClennen - "The Power of Place: Reconnecting Schools and Communities to Change the World"

5:00pm

  • (iEARN) My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action - Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, iEARN USA Project Facilitator and Social Studies Teacher
  • Exploring Policy Experimentation in Education: The Youth Start – Entrepreneurial Challenges Project - Sérgio Leal
  • Inspiring a Shared Sense of Humanity - Lamisa Mustafa, Student President
  • Using Blackboard Collaborate, Moddle and Collaborative tools in a European and American Educational Diplomacy Programme - The Example of the Transatlantic Dialogue - Fabrice Fresse
  • Why Baki Matters: Stories and Projects from Silk Road - Melda Yildiz, Ed.D.

6:00pm

  • (iEARN) Sharing International Exchange Through Mutlimedia - Elaine Huang, Alumna
  • A Case Study in Global Business Awareness - Connecting Students to the World Marketplace - Penny Lorenzo, JD
  • Assessing Cross-Cultural Skills in Experiential Learning and Study Abroad - Rebecca Smolar, Manager of Education
  • Create meaningful classroom experiences by connecting your classroom with a school in a developing country - Joanne Trangle, Executive Director
  • Storytelling goes global - Ms Silvana Carnicero

7:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Anne Polaski + Diane Repaal - "Pages for Peace Foundation"

8:00pm

  • Establishing and Running a Successful Two-Way Home Stay Exchange Program - Thomas Kennelly
  • Personalizing Learning by Pursuing Student Passions in a Global Learning Community - Dr. Julie Barrett, Consultant
  • The People's Market - Cheryl Nelson
  • Women + Web = - Kim Wilkens, technology activist

9:00pm

  • How can you build your personal global competence? One teacher’s journey in the Global Competence Certificate program - Jennifer Boyle, Global Competence Certificate Program Manager
  • Voice Pals: Lessons learned from developing an international audio pen-pal program - Linda Ciano, Clinical Assistant Professor

10:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: David Ross - "Six Strategies for Supporting Global Ed"

11:00pm

  • Authentic Global Connections through an Inquiry Lens - Jason Graham- Digital Literacy Coach
  • Strategies to Increase Student Transfer of Knowledge to Real-World Contexts & Facilitate 21st Century Skills - Tamara Galoyan, Ph.D. student


2016 Global Education Conference - Monday Is Day Two!



Monday, November 14th, is day two of the seventh annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for another great day of sessions and keynotes!

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • We are partnering with Chrome Warrior and using their gamification platform to provide an enhanced professional development experience for Global Education Conference attendees. Here is a player's guide to getting started with Chrome Warrior. Please read it thoroughly if you are considering playing. If you reach a total of 300 points, you will be eligible for a special digital badge and a personalized certificate of participation from the GEC!
  • If the conference site should experience any difficulties, a back-up site with session calendars and links is at http://www.globaledcon.com.
  • Recordings of any sessions that have taken place will accessible on the conference recordings page, usually within a few minutes after a session has ended. 
  • Follow the Twitter conversation with #globaled16

Loving presentation by Kathy Beck on Global Google Mapping! Tons of great ideas & resources--all free!


The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page

Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!

Monday, November 14th
6:00am

  • Building Global Connections with Out of Eden Learn - Rob Martin, Middle School Social Studies Teacher

7:00am

  • (iEARN) Living Language: Supporting Adolescent Learners in Immersion Environments - Kripa Bhagat, Resident Director for NSLI-Y Taiwan

8:00am

  • Global Teacher Leaders: a Machine to Get Global Education Moving! - Dr. Rachel Clarke, Principal

9:00am

  • (iEARN) International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected - Fay Stump, Library Media Specialist
  • Global Invaders and How We Can Stop Them - Lauren Miles
  • Human Rights Colonialism and Globalization. Developing a Transformational Experience for Students - Richard C. Close CEO Founder
  • La gestión de networking y redes sociales como estrategia de innovación educativa. - Diego Apolo

10:00am

  • KEYNOTE: Lord Jim Knight

11:00am

  • Help Your Students Climb the Three Levels of Culture - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
  • Not me! Unconscious Bias in our Global Classrooms - Adam Holden, Head of Academic Planning & Resources
  • The Power of Possibility - Peter Bishop, Exec Director
  • The Role of Social-Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness in Global Citizenship - Theo Koffler, Founder and Senior Facilitator

12:00pm

  • (iEARN) Daffodils & Tulips - Ruty Hotzen
  • Challenge Based Learning: Take Action. Make a Difference. - Mark Nichols, Digital Promise Fellow
  • Engaging K-12 Students in Meaningful Global Discussions with WorldVuze - Julia Coburn, Executive Director and Co-Founder of WorldVuz
  • Global Learning: Exploring the World After School - Mary Grenz Jalloh, Director
  • Students Investigate Culture Through Ethnography and Mobile Devices - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.

1:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Karen Blumberg, Karen Kirsch Page, + Kevin Baloyi - "EdTech Summit Africa"

2:00pm

  • Global Citizenship Professional Development for K-12 Teachers - Mabel Bashorun
  • Join MY HERO to Inspire, Connect and EMPOWER students to become Global and Active Citizens using our Multi-Media Tools! - Wendy Milette, Director of Media Arts Education & Film Festival
  • Meaningful Learning through the Access Program - Nadina Carmen Nicolici, Head of Department
  • Responding to the Need for Religious Literacy in Education - Timothy Hall, Ph.D., Director of Academics

3:00pm

  • Becoming a Global Administrator in K-12 Schools - Dr. Sara Whitaker, Consultant
  • Gomabseubnida, Seoul: How My Summer in Korea Made Me a Better Teacher. - Amy M. Barrios, Ed.D.; Associate Professor
  • Let’s Teach The World! How To Make ‘Universal Education Provision’ Reality - Leah K Stewart, Performance Poet & Education Consultant
  • Native Voices, Cultures and Stories: Supporting Multicultural Programming and Community Engagement Through the Library Diversity Committee - Raymond Pun, first year student success librarian

4:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Nate McClennen - "The Power of Place: Reconnecting Schools and Communities to Change the World"

5:00pm

  • (iEARN) My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action - Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, iEARN USA Project Facilitator and Social Studies Teacher
  • Exploring Policy Experimentation in Education: The Youth Start – Entrepreneurial Challenges Project - Sérgio Leal
  • Inspiring a Shared Sense of Humanity - Lamisa Mustafa, Student President
  • Using Blackboard Collaborate, Moddle and Collaborative tools in a European and American Educational Diplomacy Programme - The Example of the Transatlantic Dialogue - Fabrice Fresse
  • Why Baki Matters: Stories and Projects from Silk Road - Melda Yildiz, Ed.D.

6:00pm

  • (iEARN) Sharing International Exchange Through Mutlimedia - Elaine Huang, Alumna
  • A Case Study in Global Business Awareness - Connecting Students to the World Marketplace - Penny Lorenzo, JD
  • Assessing Cross-Cultural Skills in Experiential Learning and Study Abroad - Rebecca Smolar, Manager of Education
  • Create meaningful classroom experiences by connecting your classroom with a school in a developing country - Joanne Trangle, Executive Director
  • Storytelling goes global - Ms Silvana Carnicero

7:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: Anne Polaski + Diane Repaal - "Pages for Peace Foundation"

8:00pm

  • Establishing and Running a Successful Two-Way Home Stay Exchange Program - Thomas Kennelly
  • Personalizing Learning by Pursuing Student Passions in a Global Learning Community - Dr. Julie Barrett, Consultant
  • The People's Market - Cheryl Nelson
  • Women + Web = - Kim Wilkens, technology activist

9:00pm

  • How can you build your personal global competence? One teacher’s journey in the Global Competence Certificate program - Jennifer Boyle, Global Competence Certificate Program Manager
  • Voice Pals: Lessons learned from developing an international audio pen-pal program - Linda Ciano, Clinical Assistant Professor

10:00pm

  • KEYNOTE: David Ross - "Six Strategies for Supporting Global Ed"

11:00pm

  • Authentic Global Connections through an Inquiry Lens - Jason Graham- Digital Literacy Coach
  • Strategies to Increase Student Transfer of Knowledge to Real-World Contexts & Facilitate 21st Century Skills - Tamara Galoyan, Ph.D. student


2016 Global Education Conference - Day One!



Sunday, November 13th, is day one of the seventh annual Global Education Conference. We are ready for a great opening day of sessions and keynotes!

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • We are partnering with Chrome Warrior and using their gamification platform to provide an enhanced professional development experience for Global Education Conference attendees. Here is a player's guide to getting started with Chrome Warrior. Please read it thoroughly if you are considering playing. If you reach a total of 300 points, you will be eligible for a special digital badge and a personalized certificate of participation from the GEC!
  • If the conference site should experience any difficulties, a back-up site with session calendars and links is at http://www.globaledcon.com.
  • Recordings of any sessions that have taken place will accessible on the conference recordings page, usually within a few minutes after a session has ended. 
  • Follow the Twitter conversation with #globaled16




The list of today's sessions, in US-Eastern Standard Time, is below. To see the the full conference schedule in your own time zone, with the direct links to session rooms, go to the conference schedule page

Want to volunteer to help moderate sessions? It's not too late! Sign up and information here. It's a ton of fun, you'll be doing some good, and you'll have the undying gratitude of the conference organizers!

Sunday, November 13th

12:30pm
  • Welcome
1:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Jonathan Rochelle (Google)
2:00pm
  • iEARN Welcome
  • Classrooms without Borders: A Teacher's Guide to International Collaborative Projects - Philip J. Wagener - Secondary Social Studies Instructor and Digital Classroom Leader
  • Girl`s Empowerment: Steps and Examples for Building Projects in Local Communities - Montserrat Fregoso Fonseca/ Industrial and System Engineering Student/ Freshmen
  • Student driven eco-initiatives towards United Nation's Sustainable Developmental Goals - a case study & invite to join the movement - Ms. Kamal Preet
  • The importance of mother tongues preserving in a global world. - Andreea Dahlquist, teacher
3:00pm
  • (iEARN) The Global Impact of iEARN: Shaping Global Education through Collaboration - Jennifer Russell, iEARN Executive Council Member
  • GEC Connect - Game On! - Julia Francis, Partner 
  • International Open-mindedness through Technology - Sara Abou Afash, PhD Student
  • Massive, Self-Sustainable Collaborative Learning. The unabridged version of UN HQ session on Education and Sustainable Development Goals SDGs - Richard C Close CEO - Founder
4:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Terry Smith - "Early Foundations for Learning with the World in the Monster Project"
5:00pm
  • (iEARN) Finding Solutions to Hunger - Mary Brownell – iEARN Project Facilitator
  • Global Connections & Project Based Learning: Travel, Tech, and History - Natasha Jenkins, Social Sciences Educator
  • Global Network of Remote Labs - Sérgio Leal
  • Students as Global Leaders and Collaborators: The 2017 Student STEM + Entrepreneurship Conference - Eunice Daudu and Gaby Palines, Co-Coordinators, The 2017 Student STEM + Entrepreneurship Conference
6:00pm
  • (iEARN) Host Family Experiences in Study Abroad - Alexi Kim
  • Getting Involved with the Global Education Conference Network - Lucy Gray, Co-Founder
  • Global Mapping using Google, Webtools and Apps - Kathy Beck Instructional Technology Coordinator
  • Leadership and Innovation in Education - reflections with an international perspective - Mr Tim McNevin
7:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Jeanne Meyers + Wendy Milette - "The MY HERO Project"
8:00pm
  • Global Connections & Geographic Resources: Approaches in Inquiry - Laura Krenicki, Educator
  • The Power of Global Collaboration Projects - Brad Bielawski - Teacher
9:00pm
  • Using 360 Video and Virtual Reality to Open Connections and Increase Understanding of Global Perspectives - Cheri Faley AP Chemistry Teacher
10:00pm
  • KEYNOTE: Tosca Killoran - "Service Learning and the Maker Mindset"
11:00pm
  • High School Journalism Goes Global - Robin Worley, Ed.D.
  • Inspiring Global Youth and Promoting critical thinking - Victoria Liu, Founder
  • SUPPORTING NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS IN YOUR UNIVERSITY CLASSROOM AND OVERSEAS - Dr. Mei-Yan Lu, Professor


Thursday, November 10, 2016

2016 Global Education Conference Starts Sunday - Important Information!



The 7th Annual Global Education Conference (GEC) Starts Sunday! Important Updates Below.


The Global Education Conference Network's seventh annual global collaboration "extravaganza" will take place around the clock starting this Sunday, November 13, and continuing through Wednesday, November 16. The GEC features thought leaders from the world of education and beyond, is completely free to attend, and all events take place online in webinar format. We invite you to join the 24,000 GEC community members (from 170+ countries) and actively participate in more than 100 sessions focused on international education topics. Some important conference updates are below:
  • Still Taking Proposals
  • Keynotes + Sessions
  • Presenters - Check Your Instructions
  • Volunteering + Advisory Board - We Need You!
  • Become a Partner Organization!
  • Thanks to the GEC Sponsors
  • Social Media
  • Amazing List of Currently Scheduled Sessions!
We're Still Taking Proposals!

The call for proposals was extended until tomorrow, until 7pm US Pacific Time on Friday, November 11th (click for your own time zone). We encourage all to submit by following the detailed directions listed here. You can present in your time zone at a time that is convenient to you!

Keynotes + Sessions


As usual, Lucy Gray has created an INCREDIBLE keynote speaker lineup and it is still growing. Joseph Ball (Curriculum Coordinator, Crash Course), Kevin Baloyi (Teacher at LEAP Science and Maths School), Karen Blumberg (Technology Coordinator, The Brearley School), Tudor Clee (Touchable Earth), Tosca Killoran (NIST International School), Dr. Chip Kimball (Superintendent, Singapore American School), Lord Jim Knight (Chief Education Adviser , TES), Nate McClennen (Vice President for Education and Innovation, Teton Science Schools), Jeanne Meyers (Co-Founder/Director of MY HERO + Director of Media Arts Education), Wendy Milette (Director of Media Arts Education and the MY HERO Film Festival), Tonya Muro (iEARN-USA - Learning With the World), Beate Nguyen MA.Ed. (Principal, St. Augustine School [ADLA]), Karen Kirsch Page (Founder/Producer of K2 Productions Global and EdTech Summit Africa), Anne Polaski (Vice President, Pages for Peace Foundation), Diane Repaal (Advisor, Peace Club, Groton Dunstable Middle School / Pages for Peace Foundation), Jonathan Rochelle (Director of Product Mgmt - Google Apps for Education), David Ross (Chief Executive Officer, Partnership for 21st Century Learning), Dmitry Savelau (Campaigns Director for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Change.org), Terry Smith (Assistant Professor, Teacher Education, Radford University), Kevin Smith (Senior Director of Global Schools, VIF International Education), Dr. Tim Stuart (Executive Director of Strategic Programs, Singapore American School), and Susan Colt Willcox (President, Big Book: Pages For Peace).

You can also see the great list of currently accepted general sessions here and the list below of currently scheduled sessions.

Presenters - Please Check Your Instructions

Presenters:  make sure you have joined the presenter group on the site, that you have read carefully the instructions there and in the emails that have been sent to you, and that you have taken or watched the training (critical). The final live training is on Saturday, which you can access through the training page. Thank you!

Volunteering + Advisory Board - We Need You!

Truly, the volunteer moderators are the HEART of the conference. There is something about being a helper and contributor that makes the conference experience special, and a global camaraderie that develops across cultures and time zones that is incredible. You don’t need to be an expert in the Blackboard Collaborate platform to help (we give you training and then live help at the time), but it makes a HUGE different to presenters to have a moderator helper in their session rooms, and we try to make sure there is one for every session! Please consider joining the team--we really need you! And we promise you, it will elevate your own conference experience to a new level. Join the volunteer team here. (AND students can be volunteer moderators and it is a great experience for them--ask them to sign up!)

Anyone can apply to be a member of the Outreach and Advisory Board. Advisory board members are officially recognized on the website and are asked to actively promote both participation and attendance at the conference, post conference information to social media, encourage educators and students to submit proposals for the conference, host in person viewing parties in your school or workplace, help us find additional partner organizations in their region(s), and if possible, help moderate sessions during the actual conference. Join here.

Become a Partner Organization!

The Global Education Conference also seeks outreach partners with non-profit organizations and schools. Help us spread the word about this unique and free professional development event, and we will list your organization’s information on our web site. To indicate your support fostering global awareness through education, please sign up for this program and follow these instructions.

Thanks to the GEC Sponsors

Without the support of the following organizations, GlobalEdCon would not be possible. We are grateful for companies and organizations who believe in the power of globally connected learning. Contact Steve Hargadon (steve@hargadon.com) about opportunities to get involved with our community. Our founding sponsor International Education Resources Network (IEARN) will continue to support us for the 2016 Global Education Conference. iEARN is also joined by other major supporters, TESGoogle for Education, and VIF International Education. See our other sponsors, supporters, and partners on the conference website.


Social Media

To learn more, explore and share these resources:

Amazing List of Currently Scheduled Sessions!

To see the full list of currently scheduled sessions, in your own time zone, go here.
  • #GlobalSpeedChat--A Worldwide Collaboration of Students - Jennifer Hesseltine & Kim Preshoff, Teachers in New York
  • A Case Study in Global Business Awareness - Connecting Students to the World Marketplace - Penny Lorenzo, JD
  • Agentes De Cambio - Pedro Aparicio M.S.
  • American Literature and History as a Springboard into Global Social Issues - Mr. Ryan Smith
  • Assessing Cross-Cultural Skills in Experiential Learning and Study Abroad - Rebecca Smolar, Manager of Education
  • Authentic Global Connections through an Inquiry Lens - Jason Graham- Digital Literacy Coach
  • Becoming a Global Administrator in K-12 Schools - Dr. Sara Whitaker, Consultant
  • Blog Building: The Basics of Shaping & Sharing Your Voice as a Global Educator - Heather Singmaster, Host, Global Learning Blog, Education Week
  • Bringing the world into your K-5 classroom with new technology can help tackle prejudice before it begins. - Sanny Zuiderveld, co-founder
  • Bringing the World to Your Classroom - Connie Rensink
  • Building Bridges Though Intercultural Communication - Joe McVeigh, Author and Educational Consultant
  • Building Global Connections with Out of Eden Learn - Rob Martin, Middle School Social Studies Teacher
  • Challenge Based Learning: Take Action. Make a Difference. - Mark Nichols, Digital Promise Fellow
  • Citizen Journalism - Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
  • CLASS: Connected Learning Activities through Social Service - Sebastian Panakal, Chairperson
  • Classrooms without Borders: A Teacher's Guide to International Collaborative Projects - Philip J. Wagener - Secondary Social Studies Instructor and Digital Classroom Leader
  • Collaborative learning through an online magazine -iMagzz - Making Myself Heard - Geeta Rajan,Head,International Affairs
  • Committing Global Knowledge to Action Through Project Based Learning - Jim Zacchini, Senior Implementation Associate
  • Cómo Preparar Alumnos para el Siglo XXl Con Pocos Recursos - Fabiana Casella
  • Connecting India Around The World - Ms Poonam Sharma
  • Create globally connected students with a 'school within a school' - Kyle Wagner- Futures Academy Coordinator at The International School of Beijing
  • Create meaningful classroom experiences by connecting your classroom with a school in a developing country - Joanne Trangle, Executive Director
  • Creating Broader Perspectives Through Oral History - Ryan Harwood - Technology Integration Coach
  • Creating Global Citizens in the 21st Century - Chantelle Kohn, Program Director
  • Creating Global Competency by Infusing Media Asset Projects into your Classroom - Darla Kay Hill, Education Consultant and EdTech Strategist
  • Daffodils & Tulips - Ruty Hotzen
  • Educación Expandida: Creación colaborativa - Profesora Cristina Velázquez
  • Effective Use of Collaborative Online Discussion Boards and Netiquette Guidelines - Nadine Aboulmagd, Online Content Developer
  • EFL Youth Voices Project - Dr Daniela Munca-Aftenev
  • El acceso global de profesores y estudiantes mediante cursos de micro aprendizaje y mensajería instantánea - Carlos Bravo Reyes PhD
  • El Continuum de "Asociaciones Globales": Creando Intercambios Globales que Funccionan - Jennifer D. Klein, Educadora Global y Autora
  • Engaging K-12 Students in Meaningful Global Discussions with WorldVuze - Julia Coburn, Executive Director and Co-Founder of WorldVuze
  • Enhancing Understanding in the Culturally-Diverse or Globally-Connected Classroom Using Screencasts - Dr. Crystal L. Sears, M.A., LLPC - Faculty
  • Establishing and Running a Successful Two-Way Home Stay Exchange Program - Thomas Kennelly
  • Estructuración y reestructuración de modelos y esquemas mentales con recursos digitales" - Maestro en Ciencias Alfonso Ángel Carballo Hernández
  • Excursions in Mathematics: A Global Education Project - Tammy L Jones, Consultant
  • Experiential Learning: Discover Cuba Without a Passport - Ruth Valle, Spanish Teacher
  • Exploring Policy Experimentation in Education: The Youth Start – Entrepreneurial Challenges Project - Sérgio Leal
  • Factors causing student anxiety in English speaking class: from first year students’ perspectives - Dr Thi Tuyet Tran
  • Faculty Inspiring World-Ready Educators: Global Ed Catches FIRE in Rural Virginia - Patricia Talbot, Associate Professor
  • Finding Solutions to Hunger - Mary Brownell – iEARN Project Facilitator
  • Five Years of Global Learning in a Little World- HLW Skypers - Anne Mirtschin
  • Generation Global: Navigating Difference Through Dialogue - Mrs. Muna Abbas
  • Girl`s Empowerment: Steps and Examples for Building Projects in Local Communities - Montserrat Fregoso Fonseca/ Industrial and System Engineering Student/ Freshmen
  • Global Citizenship Professional Development for K-12 Teachers - Mabel Bashorun
  • Global Classrooms - Teresa Kramarz, Assistant Professor
  • Global Collaboration Creates Bridges for Globa Citizens - Kheira Mezough , Country Coordinator
  • Global Connections & Geographic Resources: Approaches in Inquiry - Laura Krenicki, Educator
  • Global Connections & Project Based Learning: Travel, Tech, and History - Natasha Jenkins, Social Sciences Educator
  • Global Food Security Resources: Collaboration between agriculture and education - Jane Hunt, Education Consultant
  • Global Learning: Exploring the World After School - Mary Grenz Jalloh, Director
  • Global Mapping using Google, Webtools and Apps - Kathy Beck Instructional Technology Coordinator
  • Global Network of Remote Labs - Sérgio Leal
  • Global Teacher Leaders: a Machine to Get Global Education Moving! - Dr. Rachel Clarke, Principal
  • Globalizing the English Common Core Reading Materials - Ashley Gwinn Master Teacher and Curriculum Specialist
  • Gomabseubnida, Seoul: How My Summer in Korea Made Me a Better Teacher. - Amy M. Barrios, Ed.D.; Associate Professor
  • Harmonizing Global Alliances: A Case Study of Afghanistan - Maria A. Beebe, Ph.D., Anthropology Department Affiliate
  • Help Your Students Climb the Three Levels of Culture - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
  • Host Family Experiences in Study Abroad - Alexi Kim
  • How can you build your personal global competence? One teacher’s journey in the Global Competence Certificate program - Jennifer Boyle, Global Competence Certificate Program Manager
  • How to facilitate cross-cultural projects in a digital exchange - Jack Haskell, teacher and educational coordinator
  • Impact of STEM learning program on main stream education - Ms. Alema Nasim
  • Increasing Global Competence in K-12 Education - Ann C. Gaudino, Ed.D.
  • Inspiring a Shared Sense of Humanity - Lamisa Mustafa, Student President
  • Inspiring Global Youth and Promoting critical thinking - Victoria Liu, Founder
  • Integrating Dual Language with Global Learning through Project-Based Inquiry - Meg Van Voorhis, Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Services
  • International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected - Fay Stump, Library Media Specialist
  • Join MY HERO to Inspire, Connect and EMPOWER students to become Global and Active Citizens using our Multi-Media Tools! - Wendy Milette, Director of Media Arts Education & Film Festival
  • Leadership and Innovation in Education - reflections with an international perspective - Mr Tim McNevin
  • Learning for a Purpose and Caring about the World with The Dream Flag Project - Jeff Harlan, Co-Founder
  • Learning to Ask Better Questions, Together. - Reuben Thiessen, CTO
  • Let’s Teach The World! How To Make ‘Universal Education Provision’ Reality - Leah K Stewart, Performance Poet & Education Consultant
  • Living Language: Supporting Adolescent Learners in Immersion Environments - Kripa Bhagat, Resident Director for NSLI-Y Taiwan
  • Master Project- Based Learning in 5 simple steps - Kyle Wagner: School Transformation and Project- Based Learning Coach
  • Meaningful Learning through the Access Program - Nadina Carmen Nicolici, Head of Department
  • Middle School General Music...A Provincial Dumping Ground or Global Oasis? - Kathryn Smith, Middle School General Music Teacher
  • My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action - Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, iEARN USA Project Facilitator and Social Studies Teacher
  • Native Voices, Cultures and Stories: Supporting Multicultural Programming and Community Engagement Through the Library Diversity Committee - Raymond Pun, first year student success librarian
  • Not me! Unconscious Bias in our Global Classrooms - Adam Holden, Head of Academic Planning & Resources
  • Notes from the Field: Dual Language and Global Content in Action - Rocio Aguilar, Instructional Specialist
  • Nuggets from the Gold Mine: Resources and Opportunities for Global Perspectives - Jay Harris, President and Creative Producer
  • One Heart Anti-Bullying Program - Janet Lee-Instructional Designer
  • Partners of the Americas and iEARN: The Power of Connections and International Collaboration in Education - Mr. André Hedlund
  • Photojournalism for covering social issues in Tajikistan – raise the youth voice. - Firuz Baratov
  • Preparation for Teaching in a Global Classroom - Heather MacCleoud, Director – Academic Programs
  • Promoting Student Success in Statistics by Investigating Worldwide global problems - Larry Musolino
  • Publishing Student-Created eBooks to Foster Collaborative Global Sharing and Building of Knowledge - Francis Jim Tuscano, Grade School Teacher and Ed Tech Coach and Consultant
  • Responding to the Need for Religious Literacy in Education - Timothy Hall, Ph.D., Director of Academics
  • Robotics Unplugged: Introduction to Engineering - Melda N Yildiz
  • Sharing International Exchange Through Mutlimedia - Elaine Huang, Alumna
  • Storytelling goes global - Ms Silvana Carnicero
  • Strategies to Increase Student Transfer of Knowledge to Real-World Contexts & Facilitate 21st Century Skills - Tamara Galoyan, Ph.D. student
  • Student driven eco-initiatives towards United Nation's Sustainable Developmental Goals - a case study & invite to join the movement - Ms. Kamal Preet
  • Students as Global Leaders and Collaborators: The 2017 Student STEM + Entrepreneurship Conference - Eunice Daudu and Gaby Palines, Co-Coordinators, The 2017 Student STEM + Entrepreneurship Conference
  • Students Investigate Culture Through Ethnography and Mobile Devices - Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
  • Study Abroad, Language Acquisition and Cultural Competencies A Case Study - Nadra Garas
  • Studying Abroad and Its Broad Impact for Nursing Students in Diploma Programs - Nicole Hall
  • Supporting Global Education in the Media Center and Throughout Your School - Daryl Weakland - School Library Media Coordinator
  • SUPPORTING NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS IN YOUR UNIVERSITY CLASSROOM AND OVERSEAS - Dr. Mei-Yan Lu, Professor
  • Take Learning Out of Your Seats and Around the World! - Stephanie Suter, 4th Grade Teacher
  • Talking Kites Around the World - Ruty Hotzen
  • Teacher Travel = Student Learning - Connie
  • The 5 SIMPLE step- process for mastering global project- based learning experiences - Kyle Wagner- Futures Academy Coordinator at The International School of Beijing
  • The concept of participation in education and learning: What can the educational field learn from other domains? - Ioana Literat, Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design
  • The Global Impact of iEARN: Shaping Global Education through Collaboration - Jennifer Russell, iEARN Executive Council Member\
  • The importance of global education to the inquiry approach to learning in preparing the child for the 21st century - Paul Loranger
  • The importance of mother tongues preserving in a global world. - Andreea Dahlquist, teacher
  • The Partnership Continuum: Building Global Partnerships that Work - Jennifer D. Klein, Global Educator and Author
  • The Power of Global Collaboration Projects - Brad Bielawski - Teacher
  • The Power of Possibility - Peter Bishop, Exec Director
  • The role of curriculum in teachers’ understanding of Global Citizenship Education in one of public schools in Akmola region, Kazakhstan - Mrs.Zhanar Ordabayeva
  • The Role of Social-Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness in Global Citizenship - Theo Koffler, Founder and Senior Facilitator
  • Tips To Prepare Students for a 21st Century Global Class With 20th Century Environment - Mrs Fabiana Casella
  • Using Blackboard Collaborate, Moddle and Collaborative tools in a European and American Educational Diplomacy Programme - The Example of the Transatlantic Dialogue - Fabrice Fresse
  • Using Digital Media for Global Collaboration: A Look at Two iEARN Projects - Chris Baer, Arts and Technology Teacher, iEARN Project Facilitator and Curriculum Developer
  • Using TED Ed to improve your student reseach and learning - David J. Burt
  • VIOLA - Values In Our Lives Always - Mr Drew Buddie
  • We Can Change the Picture With The "Matrix of a Learner" - Tracy Hanson, Founder
  • What does it take to make the world our classroom - Anne Mirtschin
  • What roles can school librarians play in global cultural competence? - Dr. Lesley Farmer, Professor of Library Media
  • Where Do The Children Play - Freda Goodman
  • Why Baki Matters: Stories and Projects from Silk Road - Melda Yildiz, Ed.D.

That's all for now. Be sure to join the Global Education Conference network to receive daily updates about the conference and notice of any changes. Thank you for your continuing support, and...

See you online!

Steve Hargadon and Lucy Gray
GEC Co-Chairs
steve@hargadon.com
lucy@lucygrayconsulting.com