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Proposed Session Title- Participatory Spontaneity: What Is It and How Can We Achieve It with Global Audiences Online?

Your Name and Title: Helen Teague, EdD--- Educational Technology and PD Specialist, working in a university research center and as an online course facilitator PBS TeacherLine. Happy Silo-buster


School or Organization Name: Non-profit university center, PBS TeacherLine, 4OOPS consulting

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Abilene, Texas

Language in Which You Will Present: English


Target Audience(s): Teachers, HigherEd Professors, Administrators, Technology Specialists

Short Session Description (one line):

Learn key characteristics of participatory spontaneity and how you can achieve it!


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

New media encourages innovative opportunities for agile engagement in global collaborative discussion. Achieving this level of collaborative engagement can occur with global connectivity and collaborative discussions in a new construct called participatory spontaneity. Participatory spontaneity is the constructivist interplay among many voices and viewpoints. Participatory spontaneity has application to global citizenship’s approach to “understand, see, and act” (Brigham, 2011). The spontaneity of participatory discussion among audiences across the globe is necessary to engender global interconnections, interdependence, and collegial understanding for global problem-solving. Participatory spontaneity encourages perspective sharing, interconnections, diversity, critical thinking, and social justice. What does participatory spontaneity look like in online global areas? How do we know when it is achieved?  In this session we’ll discuss key characteristics and emerging research-based best practices of participatory spontaneity and how you can achieve it with global audiences to positively impact teaching and learning.

Brigham, M. (2011). Creating citizens and assessing outcomes. Journal of Global Citizenship & Equity Education, 1(1), 15-43.



Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: (draft) https://sway.com/icStwFqjE2q6G7fm?ref=Link,

http://4oops.edublogs.org/tag/participatory-partnerships-2/

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Hi Helen,

Thanks for your proposal! Can you please edit your proposal and add language that ties to our mission which focuses on globally connected teaching and learning? You can review it here: http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/our-mission. We need specifics on how your topic impacts global collaboration.

Thanks,

Lucy Gray

Conference Co-Chair

Last call! If you are planning on editing your proposal and submitting it for review again, please do this by the end of business on Monday, November 6th. Let Lucy Gray at lucy@globaledevents.com know if you make changes and want her to review your proposal again.

Thanks!

Are you planning on editing this and having me review it again? If so, I need you to do this TODAY.

Thank you,

Lucy Gray Conference Co-Chair

Update:

Your Name and Title: Helen Teague, EdD--- Educational Technology and PD Specialist, working in a university research center and as an online course facilitator PBS TeacherLine. Happy Silo-buster

School or Organization Name:
Non-profit university center, PBS TeacherLine, 4OOPS consulting

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:
Abilene, Texas

Language in Which You Will Present: English


Target Audience(s): Teachers, HigherEd Professors, Administrators, Technology Specialists

Short Session Description (one line):

Learn key characteristics of participatory spontaneity in global audiences and how you can achieve it!


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

New media encourages innovative opportunities for agile engagement in global collaborative discussion. Achieving this level of collaborative engagement can occur with global connectivity and collaborative discussions in a new construct called participatory spontaneity. Participatory spontaneity is the constructivist interplay among many voices and viewpoints. Participatory spontaneity has application to global citizenship’s approach to “understand, see, and act” (Brigham, 2011). The spontaneity of participatory discussion among audiences across the globe is necessary to engender global interconnectedness, interdependence, and collegial understanding for global problem-solving. Participatory spontaneity encourages perspective sharing, interconnectedness, diversity, critical thinking, and social justice. What does participatory spontaneity look like in online global areas? How do we know when it is achieved?  In this session we’ll discuss key characteristics and emerging research-based best practices of participatory spontaneity and how you can achieve it with global audiences to positively impact teaching and learning.

Brigham, M. (2011). Creating citizens and assessing outcomes. Journal of Global Citizenship & Equity Education, 1(1), 15-43.


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: (draft) https://sway.com/icStwFqjE2q6G7fm?ref=Link,

http://4oops.edublogs.org/tag/participatory-partnerships-2/

 

Wait, I just saw this. 

Can you please put this into your original proposal? Go to your proposal page, click on OPTIONS in the upper right hand corner and edit the proposal. Make sure to save your changes.

Thanks,

Lucy

Hi Helen,

I am a prof. of education and deal with international students at the graduate level and do on line learning for university faculty and staff pd across canada.  I feel I am missing the "meat and potatoes" of your presentation. What are the instructors bringing to the table to evoke spontaneous participation.  What learning platform are you using? how do you deal with international a crosscultural learning?

Mare

Hi Helen,

I see no mention of global implications or collaboration in your proposal. Can you take another look at our mission and perhaps add language that talks about how your topic relates to the development of global competence in teachers and students? Thanks!

Here's the link to our mission: http://www.globaleducationconference.com/page/our-mission

Lucy

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