Like running, sometimes you need a little help to keep going.
May is the month to get this done! OSSEMOOC will scaffold the learning this month as you work through 30 days to get connected.
We will simplify the process into four 1-week steps:
1) May 4 to 8 Collect – Where do we go to find the information educators need?
2) May 11 to 15 Connect – How can I connect with other educators around the world?
3) May 19 to 22 Curate – How do I share great resources with my network?
4) May 25 to 29 Create – How do I make my learning and thinking visible? (Including a group project you won’t want to miss).
We will work through the four weeks in the supportive environment of a cohort of learners, complete with screencasted instructions, responsive learning, and incremental challenges to keep your learning moving forward!
So grab a colleague and make the leap to accessing the learning all over the world!
(Sign up is NOT required, but if you sign up (here), you will be on our mailing list for support and event notification in your email stream.)
Please note: Due to travel complexities we will be using a different approach for our session tonight. Tune in to our internet radio broadcastat 8:00 EDT to listen to Ron’s presentation. Our discussion will happen through a twitter using the #ossemooc hash tag.
At our session on April 21st will we welcome Waterloo Region DSB teachers Alison Bullock and Andrew Bieronski to share about their experiences with an elementary/secondary cross panel collaborative project.
Join the OSSEMOOC presentation and collaboration room by clicking[here]any time after 7:30 p.m. EDT for our 8:00 start. Alternatively, you tune into our internet radio broadcast.
Join us [here] to discuss ICE (Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship) in the Specialist High Skills Major program in Ontario. David Sornberger, District Principal of School Improvement with Trillium Lakelands District School Board, shares the work his board is doing with this program. We encourage you to join in, learn, and share in this conversation.
This discussion is also available on live internet radioand through podcast after the event. We post recordings on this site as well.
We look forward to this conversation Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 8 p.m. EDT.