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In order to recognize and appreciate the challenges facing our host country, Japan, our Conference theme will be: How do we help each other? We are fortunate to have very close relations with two intermediate schools in the tsunami-hit Tohoku region of Japan, as well the Tohoku International School. In order to highlight the opportunities that we have to support others, in our local environments, participants will be asked to develop project ideas that respond to the conference theme locally and globally, while working in small groups. This is an excellent chance for students especially to integrate with CAS and community and service ideas.
For educators the conference format provides Web 2.0 skill development, multimedia creation skills and global collaboration pedagogy. Team work will cement ideas and opportunities for implementation beyond the conference. Students will leave the conference with leadership skills, technology skills, presentation skills, and a better understanding of diverse cultures and collaboration. Groups will have a chance to see Yokohama and Tokyo and make new friends while working towards an action project. The Conference Schedule shares essential objectives and workshops.
Internationally acclaimed leaders include Alan Levine, Sharon Peters, Julie Lindsay, and Kim Cofino as well as Simon May!
Read more about the Flat Classroom® Conference on the website. Come and join the Flat Classroom® Conference community and learn more about previous live events. Learn more about Flat Classroom® through the book: Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds: Move to Global Collaboration One Step at a Time.
Make your plans now! REGISTRATION for Flat Classroom® Conference Japan March 8-10, 2013 is OPEN NOW.
Brought to you by Flat Classroom® Conference and Live Events Inc.
Directors, Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay
Flat Classroom Administrator, Steve Madsen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details on the Website for Japan 2013: blogs.yis.ac.jp/fcc/