10+ Techniques for Empowering Students to Becoming Globally Connected Educators and Content Creators

Session Title: 10+ Techniques for Empowering Students to Becoming Globally Connected Educators and Content Creators

Your Name: Noel Feria, MACM, ADE

Work Title: Educational Technology Faculty, Supervising Courseware Development Officer

School or Organization Name: University of the Philippines College of Education, University of the Philippines Information Technology Development Center

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Philippines (Asia)

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): All educators who want to use technologies for teaching, lifelong learning, and student empowerment. All grades, all subjects.

Short Session Description (one line): A webinar session on how to use freely accessible tools in teaching and learning, towards student empowerment and being globally connected for professional development and influencing positive change.

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

This session will show techniques on sharing first-hand experiences of a teacher in empowering students to becoming globally connected educators and content creators. It will provide several examples of student portfolios and class blogs containing artefacts created by students. It will showcase different online and offline tools that are mostly free and accessible that can be easily used by educators and replicating the techniques for driving positive change in communities.

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

Google Drive (http://drive.google.com)

Twitter (http://twitter.com)

Wordpress (http://wordpress.com)

Paper.li (http://paper.li)

Diigo (http://diigo.com)

Alice (http://alice.org)

PBWorks (http://pbworks.com)

Filipino Tech Educator in Action (http://edtechguro.wordpress.com)

TED (http://www.ted.com)


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Great idea. It is always very powerful to help students change their relationship with the Internet to move from being content consumers to become content creators.


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