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Reflection Time: Global Projects – The #globalclassroom Chats (June 14/15)

Thank you to Heidi Hutchison @HeidiHutchison who is helping organise the chats this month, and provided our topic: Creating and participating in global projects has fed my soul, but more importantly, it has nurtured the spirit of my students. I have

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Early Childhood Reflections (May #globalclassroom Archives)

Totally agree with @robynthiessen “Once you go flat, you never go back!!”Power of authentic audience and purpose #globalclassroom — Tasha Cowdy (@tashacowdy) May 12, 2013 Children love to learn from other kids. That is where I have seen the power

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Connecting & Collaborating in Early Childhood (May #globalclassroom Chat)

To celebrate the publication of our first Global Classroom Project feature article, in the K-3 Class Ideas magazine here in Australia, this month’s #globalclassroom chat is dedicated to exploring the possibilities for global connections and collaboration in Early Childhood (K-3).

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KNOCK Those Classroom Walls DOWN!

WAIT a minute … before you take that TOO seriously, PLEASE continue reading. Put that sledge hammer down … we’re not talking demolition … we’re talking global connections! That’s right … you can’t BUILD global connections without FLATTENING those CLASSROOM

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January #globalclassroom Chat Reflections: a HUGE Celebration of Collaboration and Community!

#globalclassroom Vision: to uphold our new class motto: we learn WITH the world, not just ABOUT the world. — brette lockyer (@brettelockyer) January 13, 2013 It’s hard to believe that the January #globalclassroom chats have already come and gone! The

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Global Perspectives in Inquiry – #globalclassroom Chat (November 2012)

This month marks the ONE YEAR anniversary of the #globalclassroom chats. From humble beginnings, these chats have become a major monthly event on the global education calendar, and truly taken on a life of their own. This month’s chat sees a slew

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Getting a global project started … Where do you begin, and how do you make it meaningful and sustainable?

The May #globalclassroom chats are upon us, and this month’s question and discussion post comes to us courtesy of Laurie Renton, a Grade Three teacher working in Alberta, Canada. (@RentonL) In her own words … this is how her global

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