Be sure to follow the Case Study Menu link that is tracking a teacher new to the project so we can share some tips and pointers to successful collaboration.
Thankyou for Riley for being open to experiencing things from a newly involved teacher’s point of view. These are great lessons for us all as we head down the global collaboration pathway.
Teachers would you like to introduce sharing on the topic of Climate: Drought?
A powerpoint is now available for download, modification, or use.
Located in our Curriculum resources
In Korea there is not the shortage of water that we experience here. Use this powerpoint to introduce the idea of Australian weather, drought and how we deal with it.
Arnold’s Creek PS Partners welcomed Ashley Flower back for a surprise visit
The best kind of feedback from participants:
The students love it and it has so much potential for learning on so many levels…
Vermont Secondary College
If you haven’t already, make sure that you have a look at the May newsletter – it’s on our newsletters page, or you can click here!
Professor Ku continues to dedicate her time and energy to supporting the project at the Daegu end. We wish to acknowledge her tireless work and selfless attitude. She has
sustained the project through a difficult period last year with the support of Scarlett McLean from Mt. Clear College in Victoria. Here she is working in person with one of the schools linking this week.
Partnerships have kicked off strongly this year with some interesting first links. A number of Victorian schools are now using roving wireless microphones to improve the sound at the Korean end. Newly involved teachers have been reviewing their first experiences and building on these in preparation for upcoming collaborations.
Victorian schools with Polycom units are generally using this technology. Professor Ku has a new assistant this year who has been working hard to support links with her bi-lingual capacity. We deeply appreciate her work.
Here are some snap-shops of recent links:
Sarah Falli’s students and their partnership class in Daegu:
and … one of four partnerships who were collaborating yesterday 14/06/ 2017
The Global LYNCs May Newsletter is ready for you to read.
Dear Global LYNC Teachers,
A warm welcome to the project in 2017! We are pleased to welcome returning and some new schools to the project this year. The demand in Daegu exceeds our Victorian capacity right now but we hope to bring more school on as the year progresses. If you know of another teacher who might be interested in joining please refer them to us.
It has been heart warming to see that some of our partners have been able to participate in the UNESCO ROK Project as that facilitates them visiting their partner schools and working in them for a period of time in Korea and Victoria respectively. Developing improved understanding of how our education systems can collaborate and also awareness first hand of our cultures is what Global LYNCs is all about.
More soon and once again a warm welcome to 2017 the third year for this project.