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Global Issues Investigations
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kadambari Bane Jul 19, 2010.

Wanzuzu: Peace Corps Challenge Game
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pilar Wyman Feb 14, 2010.

Peace Corps Worldwise Schools

Started Feb 2, 2010


Promoting Global Partnerships

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Instructional Technology Specialist
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State of Delaware
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Ocean View, Delaware USA
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Passionate about global education.
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Lori's Blog

International Projects Rock!

To really know and understand the power of global collaboration, each and every teacher must make the effort to form a partnership with another country and engage students in worldwide conversations. Aside from physically traveling around the world, the next best opportunity in becoming globally aware and developing global citizenship is to connect via technology! Video conferencing, digital storytelling, digital music making and playing games together cultivates the ultimate environment for… Continue

Posted on June 26, 2007 at 5:48pm

Connecting World Regions, Geospatially!

Connecting World Regions, Geospatially is a project based unit on introducing students to GIS and GPS and examples of how it can be used to connect regions around the world. People are connected around the world through the natural resources that they share such as land, water, air, plants, and animals. Students can made a difference in the environment by investigating and understanding their own region and how it has changed… Continue

Posted on June 26, 2007 at 4:38pm

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At 4:48pm on August 12, 2008, Kimberly Danz said…
Hi Lori,

thanks for the encouragement. I checked out your district site and blog. You guys are ahead of me. This is only my 2nd year teaching technology but I really want to get something started. Last year our school won the supstar award for technology integration. We want to keep on going right around the world. Let us know if you need some one for in state project. We are a k to 8 school so we lots of possiblity.
At 6:56pm on February 5, 2008, Stacia McFadden said…
Hi Lori! I guess we are practically neighbors in the big scheme of things here. I'm new to The Global Education Collaborative, so thanks for being my 1st friend and 1st 'commentor.' I saw that someone else said they couldn't wait to see you at NECC. I went to the one in San Diego and had a great time!!

Take care!
At 6:55am on February 2, 2008, Kathy Lindemer said…
I'm excited to be a member. I have already found the post about Online Literature Circles. I'm going to take a look at it.
At 3:17pm on July 3, 2007,
Lucy Gray
Nice page, Lori! Thank you for posting your info from our preso! I hope you are feeling better and that I'll see you soon!

At 7:10pm on June 3, 2007, Jennifer Groff said…
Hi Lori! I can't wait for NECC, and to catch up with you! See you soon!
At 9:24am on May 2, 2007, Dr. Larry Anderson said…
Lori, how great to see you in this community.
I have such fond memories of times with you, especially the "stroll" with Jeanne Biddle and Gordon Shupe through Berlin and our visit with the German students near Checkpoint Charlie.
Let's do it again!
At 4:28am on May 1, 2007, Lucas Van de paer said…
Hi, nice to have you here. Greetings from Belgium

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