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Students from Red River College’s Business/Technology Teacher Education program extended their reach clear across the globe last month, while taking part in an international conference on emerging classroom technologies.
The students, all pre-service teachers in Eva Brown’s second-year Teacher Ed. ICT and Multimedia classes, were participants in the 2013 Flat Classroom Conference, held March 8-10 at Yokohama International School in Japan.
3rd year Industrial Arts Teacher Ed. student, Tara Kachur #8, is above in front row.
The women’s final was a very close game. Down by 15 at halftime with their forwards in foul trouble, the College Wesmen made a remarkable run to take a lead in the fourth quarter.Responding, though, were Celecia Luckwell and Tia Ruddock of the Rebels, who made key buckets to secure the win.
#1 Red River College 69 vs. #2 University of Winnipeg College 65
Jennifer Kasprick and Kate Hallett, Pre-service Teachers and Eva Brown, Teacher Education Instructor, Red River College present at the BYTE Conference.
Provide your students with opportunities to develop skills to collaborate globally and to become competitive in a global economy. This session will outline the phases to flatten your classroom and provide examples and resources to implement global education into your curriculum.
Videos created by Business/Technology Pre-Service Teachers in Multimedia & Digital Applications and Information and Communications Technology courses:
As advertised in the Projector, Manitoban, Uniter and Winnipeg Free Press.
The Teacher Education Program Information Session is on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 at 6 pm in room A-137 at the RRC Notre Dame Campus. The information session will be followed by a question and answer and also a tour of the facilities used by Teacher Ed. students during their respective program. Come out and meet the instructors, walk the halls and get the answers to all your questions.
Pre-Service teachers enrolled in the integrated business/technology teacher education program at Red River College are experiencing global education in a real way. They are working as the lead teachers in the Eracism project, one of the Flat Classroom Projects founded by Julie Lindsay and Vicki Davis. The pre-service teachers are gaining the experience of flattening classrooms and will take this invaluable education and experience into their classrooms to continue the move to global collaboration one step at a time, regardless of the curriculum topic. Their instructor, Eva Brown, is a Flat Classroom Certified teacher and a Microsoft Innovative teacher who believes that global collaboration must be a literacy in every curriculum. Pre-service teachers will share their experiences about their involvement in this project and the importance of global education as a literacy in all curriculum areas on November 14th at 10:00 a.m. local time (GMT -6). The presentation will be in this virtual classroom. Click the link and join us!