Explore “The Global Classroom Project” at #GlobalEd11

“ A small group of thoughtful people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  Margaret Mead

Comment shared at our #globaled11 presentation

On November 15, 2011, Michael Graffin, Deb Frazier, and members of the #globalclassroom team were delighted to share our Global Classroom 2011-12 community with the world at the Global Education Conference 2011.

 

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Attended by around 25 teachers, from Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America, this presentation was a fantastic opportunity to share, and reflect upon, the incredible efforts of our #globalclassroom teachers in making global connections, establishing projects, and enabling their students’ voices to be heard on the world stage.

Less than 6 weeks on from our official #globalclassroom launch, we are currently 150 members strong. Our teachers, and students, come from 28 countries, across 6 continents, and from an incredible range of cultural and religious backgrounds.

Global Classroom is already making a significant impact on the lives of students and teachers around the world.

And we’ve barely begun.

We hope you will take a moment to watch our presentation, and join our emerging global learning community. There are K-12 projects to suit everyone, and if there aren’t, you’re most welcome to bring your own!

If you’d like to listen to (watch) our recording, please click here:

https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/recording/playback/link/dropin.jnlp?sid=2008350&suid=D.7D57122AD0470DC1245CEB99286023

 

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2 comments on “Explore “The Global Classroom Project” at #GlobalEd11
  1. [...] Explore “The Global Classroom Project” at #GlobalEd11 “ A small group of thoughtful people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  Margaret Mead Comment shared at our #globaled11 presentation On November 15, 2011, … Source: theglobalclassroomproject.wordpress.com [...]

  2. [...] *The original version of this post was published on The Global Classroom Project blog on November 16, 2011. [...]

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