Going Global can be Local!

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On an e-Journey with Generation Y

Many think that for global education, educators need to connect, communicate and collaborate with others overseas. However, within many of our local communities there is opportunity for cultural exposure and immersion. Here is one great example!

aboriginal dancers

Several weeks ago, I was approached by an innovative Victorian Teacher Meli Panagiotidis from Kurunjang Secondary College. She was interested in bringing in other classes virtually to share their amazing day of cultural activities that she had organised for her school -Cultural Diversity Celebrations. Her ideas were to bring in an Asian and an Australian class(es) and wondered about making connections with someone in Asia and the best tool to use.

My suggestion  was skype – for ease of use, comfort and widespread acceptance. To find Asian partners I suggested an amazing school in India, but unfortunately the times did not work. I offered a class from our school.

Prior to the Cultural Diversity Celebrations

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