The Asia Society has again created a terrific opportunity for schools to think about how to create global citizens through a variety of activities.
I was pleased to be invited to present two sessions, both nearly filled to capacity this year.
My PPT slides are posted at: http://scr.bi/q06fbT
(The slides show some of what I showed live from the Internet.)
ePals is the largest and fastest growing online community of K12 learners in…Continue
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We invited teachers to show us how ePals has opened the world for their students. Applicants each submitted projects that they had successfully implemented in their classrooms, examples of student work, and a video application, telling us what ePals brought to their teaching and to their students’ learning. Outstanding entries came from all corners of the world, inspiring us with amazing projects, successful collaborations, and enthusiastic students. The winning…Continue
You do NOT need to register for the ISTE conference to attend this workshop.
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Have you had an amazing collaboration with another classroom? Have your students gained real understanding of a different culture? If so, enter ePals Teacher Ambassador Contest and show us how ePals has opened the world for your students.
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One of ePals' partners, Snagfilms, is looking for some input from teachers. They are a website of free documentary films and would like to develop a specialized area of their site for teachers and classroom use. They are seeking input from teachers like you. Your help would be needed to complete a short survey, and if possible to join an online focus group. Learn more at…Continue
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This single-topic issue of National Geographic magazine highlights the challenges facing our most essential natural resource. "Water: Our Thirsty World" is available for free download starting on World Water Day, March 22, and extending through April 2, 2010. This interactive edition of National Geographic magazine presents complete content from the print edition, plus extra photo galleries, rollover graphics that animate…
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