Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog.
Last session of Thursday, and we’re interacting with Roxanne Glaser from Whirlidurb, telling us about the Monster Match videoconference project format.
Roxanne started by having all the participants work together to draw a monster and write descriptions.
Roxanne shows her drawing from the directions from two of the participants; leading a discussion of similarities and differences.
Finally, Roxanne had us watch a video of a Monster Match connection with 3rd grade students; and play eye spy – look for best practice, collaboration and 21st century skills, and curriculum skills.
There are several iterations of this project that have been posted on CAPspace, which is a great place to find partners for these types of videoconference projects.