The image above is a screen dump of the ice breaker at the beginning of the session, where participants shared an image of their country or culture. It gives an idea of the global presence for this important topic.
The session took the place of eT@lking partnering with the Global Education Conference 2010. It was an open forum where people could chat about global projects – questions, issues and share resources etc.
From the chat of came the following suggestions (You may need to search for some of the sites)
- The Flat Classroom Projects
- Digiteen Project
- The Blogging Challenge
- Carol Anne McGuire’s fabulous project, Rock Our World
- I even wish people would create something like YouTube videos of their successes…and we could use those video stories as we are ambassadors for global interconnections
- skyping – http://theedublogger.edublogs.org has a list for schools to skype with
- Learning Times
- Projects by Jen
- new project for 2011 Food and Culture
- Geocaching project
- Classroom 2.0
- Around the world in 80 schools
- I have already taken part in the in 24 hours around the world…it was really great!
- one day on earth was also great – http://www.onedayonearth.org/
- Larry Anderson: I’d like to see a project that would let students compare homework — what it’s like, how often they do it, etc. Might be fun.
- blog action day
- Food Culture Project
- Ugandan Global Project
- Ed: a group of kids at my school have been talking to kids in india and they had great questions and answers about religion…
- collaborative reading blog
- Global Schoolnet, iEARN and AFS Educators’ Programme
- The global education collaborative ning
- Connecting through Music
Can you suggest more via a comment on this post? What can you add to this list?