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1. I think this Keynote is called "Big Little Classrooms" because although some of the classrooms participating were small, they were interacting with each other to make their classrooms feel bigger and more welcoming to other children around the world.
2. Some of the technologies used by Hawkesdale students were Skype, email, Netbooks, Twitter, and video conferences.
3. Anne Mirtschin creates these connections for the students by having the students collaborate with other students around the world and allowing them to ask questions to many people, such as the saxophone player so they can learn about the saxophone and how to play it well.
4. I agree with Anne's statement because when you are interacting with someone, you can ask them questions to clarify what they are saying so you understand it better. But with a textbook, you cannot ask it questions and get answers back.
5. It is extremely important to make real-time connections with people during a collaborative project because you can get more information quicker and easier than you can by sending an email and waiting for a response.
1. This keynote is called "Big Little Classrooms" because the classes were small, but they were able to project themselves around the world, and were able to communicate with other cultures. This changes those numerically small classrooms into large ones because, they are able to communicate and collaborate together and learn from each other via the internet.
2. Some of the things that Hawkesdale students used to communicate and connect over the internet were Netbooks, Skype, E-mail, video conferencing, Elluminate, and Twitter.3. Some techniques that Anne Mirtschin uses to create rich connections for the students is to have them talk to to and collaborate with students from around the world by video chat and email. Also she allows her students to ask questions to people like the saxophone player over the internet in order to learn.4. I agree with Anne's statement because the information a student will be learning from a virtual classroom where there can be live links means that the information will constantly grow, and there can be good input from many different sources. This means that the students will be able to receive more knowledge from a virtual classroom than a textbook that never changes.5. It is important to make real-time connections during a global collaborative project because it makes work a lot easier since you can gather information and plan quicker than you would waiting for an email to come back to you.
1. I think this keynote is called "Big Little Classroom" because the classroom itself is small, but the learning the students partake in is vast. They can work with people from different locations through the internet, and allows multiple schools from around the country to work together. 2. Some technologies the students at Hawkesdale use to communicate with people around the world are Skype, Twitter, Netbooks, and Eluminate.
3. Anne Mirtschin, the teacher, uses various techniques and technologies to create rich connections. She allows the students to use video chat, messaging, and social networking sites to collaborate with people around the world.
4. I agree with Anne's statement that "Some of the best learning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links." Virtual classrooms allow you to learn from people from all over the world, and the live links they provide allow students to ask questions and interact.
5. Real-time connections can be crucial to a global collaborative project. The ability to have those connections makes working as a team much easier.
1. I think this keynote is called "Big Little Classroom" because while they are being taught in a small classroom, they are taking part in a very big learning experience. The students are collaborating with, and being taught by, people from all across the country through the internet. It helps multiple schools around the country to work together, and help each others knowledge continue to grow while being taught about different places.
2. Some of the technologies used by students at Hawkesdale to connect and communicate with people around the world are Netbooks, Skype, Twitter, and Eluminate. Each of the students have a Netbook to use for their class.
3. Some of the technologies used by the teacher, Anne Mirtschin, to create these rich connections for the students are through video chatting. She also uses other social networking sites to connect to people around the world.
4. Anne's statement, "Some of the best leaning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links," is very true in a school environment. Being given advice from someone across the country is a good learning experience. In addition to that, you get to see their different perspectives on certain topics. You can learn from simply having conversations with them.
5. It is very important to make real-time connections during a global collaborative project. When you have real-time connections, it makes working together as a team easier. If you are able to connect with the people you are working with, you would be able to work out whatever problem you may be having. It also would encourage collaboration on the topic, which is a key aspect in those types of projects.
1. I think that this is called the "Big Little Classroom", because while the school is small, the kids are still able to change the world in a big way. Also, the internet makes these little classrooms merge into one big classroom by collaborating information.
2. The technologies used to communicate around the world used by the students include Netbooks, Skype, Twitter, and Eluminate.
3. The teacher creates rich connections by letting the students chat and collaborate around the world.
4. When Anne states, "Some of the best learning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links”, I I agree since I prefer in depth hands on activities rather than lectures and books.
5. Making "real time" connections is very beneficial since this can help people collaborate on a topic, and eliminate time zone differences.
1. I think that this Keynote is called “Big Little Classrooms” because there small classrooms. These smaller classrooms were in different locations but were still linked together by the internet, which made these separate small classrooms into one big classroom.
2. Some things that the students from Hawkesdale used to communicate and connect with the other people around the world were Netbooks, Skype, Twitter, and Eluminate.
3. The teacher had the students go on video chats and messaging chats to create rich connections for students. The students used these things to connect with other students from around the world.
4. I agree with Anne when she states, "Some of the best learning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links”. I agree with her because I feel that there are more resources and more helpful tools for students to use to help them learn better.
5. Finally it is important to make real-time connections during a global collaborative project because it will be easier to work with other people and it will be easier to complete the task at hand.
1. This video is called Big Little Classroom because the school is small and rural, but they are very engaged and they have impacted others on technology. Impacting others is a BIG thing!
2. Some of the technologies used in Hawkesdale school are Netbooks, Skype, Twitter, and Eluminate for the students to communicate with people around the world.
3. Some techniques used by the teacher Anne Mirtschin uses are videos and networking sites such as Skype. This make the class interesting and unique.
4. "Some of the best leaning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links," is a quote I agree with because using and practicing a source is better than reading about it. Personally, I love hands on activities; I do not enjoy reading from the textbook.
5. Interacting with people from all over the world face-to-face is very important. This is because it benefits us, and we learn more about different people and their society.
I found this keynote very interesting. Thank you to Ms. Anne Mirtschin for allowing us to see what her class is all about!
1. I think this is called Big Little Classroom because it is a small class that makes big impacts on the world.
2.The students used technologies such as Netbooks, Skype, Twitter, and Eluminate to communicate with people around the world.
3. Anne Mirtschin makes class more interesting by using different techniques for learning. She uses technologies such as video chats and social networking sites.
4. "Some of the best leaning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links" I agree with this quote because learning straight from the source is far more interesting and helps the students pay more attention.
5. It is very important to make real-time connections during a global collaborative project. When working with others you can see a different point of view on things. It helps develop social skills too.
1. This is called "Big Little Classrooms" because although the school is in a small rural town, they interact with and impact others in a "big" way.
2. The main way the students interact with others is using technology. Every pupil has their own netbook and they use e-mail, skype, Eluminate, and social networking, such as Twitter.
3. The teacher, Anne, has a very interactive way of teaching. She allows the students to become very involved. Unlike in a normal class, the students talk to people from around the world, not read textbooks or take notes. As a result of this, the students are more interested in learning.
4. I agree with Anne when she says that she states, "Some of the best leaning takes place in a virtual classroom where there can be live links." I agree with her because in a virtual classroom, students have so many more resources readily available to them. Also, students can be much more involved, which makes them more willing to learn.
5. Face- to- face interaction is extremely important in a collaborative project. "People skills" are something that will not only benefit us in our schooling years, but also in the long run. These skills are crucial when at a job interview, or even just in any social situation. Also, face-to-face interaction helps students learn from the perspectives of others from around the world.
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