I’m presenting at the ICDE World Conference on Online Learning 2017 in Toronto, Canada, with co-authors Amy Spath, Ken Conn, and Roxanne Glaser.
This presentation is part of a collection of presentations on Professional Development. In this short post, I’m including some additional references and resources.
The full presentation is on this Google Slidedeck
“Jazz workshop” Resources
Today I’m co-presenting at the 10th Anniversary COIL Conference with Ken Conn, Amy Spath, and Roxanne Glaser.
Session Description: Collaboration requires a unique set of skills, skills that are similar to those used in jazz music. Autonomy, passion, risk, innovation, and listening are essential to a successful collaborative experience. Learn how these five principles of jazz are applied in a unique summer course for K12 teachers called 123 VC: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing. The workshop is collaboratively led and features a variety of interactive activities across the participating sites
Note: 2008-2010 the Jazz workshop had international participation from Wales, UK and British Columbia, Canada.
The “Jazz workshop” Resources
We challenge you to ensure your collaborations are jazz music, not a one-man band or a symphony led by a star conductor!