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    Three Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning NY Times article by Will Richardson October 25, 2012
    In this article, he suggests that we 1)Thin the classroom walls, 2) Talk to strangers and 3) Be transparent.
    http://www.mjgds.org/21stcenturylearning/?s=jewish+history+fairMartin Gottlieb Day School's 21st Century Learning Blog
    Learning to Learn-
    Learning2Learn from langwitches on Vimeo.
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Sunday, November 4

  1. page Now What? edited Return to the wall of bricks created at the beginning of the session. What new ideas and technique…
    Return to the wall of bricks created at the beginning of the session.
    What new ideas and techniques will create windows, open doors, or knock down the barriers to connecting your students to the world outside the classroom?
    {steps.jpg} Commit to doing just ONE thing. What will it be?
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    Three Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning NY Times article by Will Richardson October 25, 2012
    In this article, he suggests that we 1)Thin the classroom walls, 2) Talk to strangers and 3) Be transparent.
    http://www.mjgds.org/21stcenturylearning/?s=jewish+history+fair
    Learning to Learn-
    Learning2Learn from langwitches on Vimeo.
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  4. page So What? edited ... So what? Divide into groups of 2 or 3, each with a designated participant/facilitator, who al…
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    So what?
    Divide into groups of 2 or 3, each with a designated participant/facilitator, who also participates.
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    to join the wiki so that you canand add them.them to this wiki.
    The participant/facilitator will guide the small group in a discussion of the videos focusing on the following questions:
    What did we see?
    In what ways does this seem important to you?
    What we wonder about is…
    The questions this raises for us are…
    The participant/facilitator adds the groups’ ideas to the session wikispace.
    Referring to the small group’s notes on the wikispace, the full group participates in a discussion of the guiding question.

    Yom Yerushalaim- Jerusalem Day from MJGDS on Vimeo.
    Some student reflections written after the Skype call with the Muslim school:
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    {jamiesblog.jpg} Click on image to read the blog post
    {Jamie-comments-March6th with response.jpg} Quad-Blogging conversation with student in Prague
    The participant/facilitator will guide the small group in a discussion of the videos focusingInterviewing Jews on the following questions:
    What did we see?
    In what ways does this seem important to you?
    What we wonder about is…
    The questions this raises for us are…
    The participant/facilitator adds the groups’ ideas to the session wikispace.
    Referring to the small group’s notes on the wikispace, the full group participates in a discussion of the guiding question.
    all Seven Continents
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    Skype in Education Ideas, projects and resources for connecting with Skype
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    Conference - taking place next week (Nov. 12-16),12-16, 2012), free online
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    the world
    edJEWcon- a learning conference and network for Jewish educators (April 28-30, 2013)

    Recommended Reading-
    Langwitches is the blog of Silvia Tolisano of Globally Connected Learning. Silvia is a 21st century learning & literacy specialist at MJGDS and she has enabled many of the connections documented on this wiki. In the true style of a connected, lifelong learner, Silvia generously shares her experiences and materials on her blog.
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    Three Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning NY Times article by Will Richardson October 25, 2012
    In this article, he suggests that we 1)Thin the classroom walls, 2) Talk to strangers and 3) Be transparent.
    Learning to Learn-
    Learning2Learn from langwitches on Vimeo.

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  6. page Now What? edited Return to the wall of bricks created at the beginning of the session. What new ideas and technique…
    Return to the wall of bricks created at the beginning of the session.
    What new ideas and techniques will create windows, open doors, or knock down the barriers to connecting your students to the world outside the classroom?
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