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Jeff and David go solo.
The SOS team paused tonight to celebrate the teachers in their schools who are making the shift. No philosophical discussion tonight, just concrete and practical instructional strategies.
David: See his Lessons Learned blog post where he shares information about teachers from Hsinchu International School and Hong Kong International School.
Jeff: Take a look at his links below from Shanghai American School.
HKIS Teacher Toolkit Best Practices
Hsinchu International School
Brent Loken of HIS: Using Geometry Sketchpad
Examples of “Exhibitions” by HIS students
SAS Humanities Wiki
SAS Humanities Culture Wiki
SAS Teacher Blog
SAS Math Teacher Blog
SAS 7th Humanities Class
SAS TOK Class
Voki Avatar Creation and Voice
Episode4 chatroom notes
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Clay Burell joined David and Jeff all sharing their Chinese New Year experiences from Korea, Taiwan and China.
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Niki on April 8, 2009
This is great information about what the international schools are doing. I work for a virtual school in Oregon and it is amazing what we are not doing and not exposing our students too. I am working on the big move to the international schools in 2010 so I will be listening to your pod-casts and researching as the job-fair time nears. I have about three idea’s for incorporating what you are talking about into the lower elementary classrooms on an international level. That is also something that I have not heard mentioned much on your pod-casts is the lower elementary use of technology. I will keep listening maybe you will hit on this in a later pod-cast. I have listened to three episodes so far!
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