World Water Day International LinoIt Project 2013
Hosted by students at West Leederville Primary School
Global Classroom 2012/13 (October 2012 – Present)
As of March 2013, the #globalclassroom project involves 413 teachers from 40 counties. Please see the project wiki for details.
World Water Day International LinoIt Project 2012
Link: http://bit.ly/WorldWaterDay2012 (2000 hits as of March 2013)
Global Classroom 2011/12 – (September 2011 – June 2012)
2011 was a defining moment in my global education career, marking the time I co-founded and led the development of The Global Classroom Project into the world’s newest global education community.
We grew to involve around 230 K-12 teachers from 25 countries around the globe over the course of 2011-12, and hosted about a dozen global projects during that period.
The #WorldWaterDay2011 International LinoIt Project – March 2011
LinoIt Page: http://bit.ly/jODbUh
This global project showcased my students’ WaterWise understandings, and featured global contributions from Australia, Romania, Sri Lanka, Canada, and the United States of America.
This project had over 12oo hits in a week (via Twitter), and helped my school achieve ”Star WaterWise School” status here in Western Australia. As of March 2013, this project has been viewed by over 4000 people.
Global Classroom 2011 VoiceThread Project – May 2011
This project was created and run by Deb Frazier (@frazierde) from Ohio, USA; and featured students, parents and teachers talking about their diverse cultures and lifestyles around the world. It featured the voices and EduGlogster presentations from my Room 13 (Year 6 students) at Spearwood Primary School, Western Australia.
I organised the official wiki, which was made possible through close collaboration with teachers in the USA, Australia, Japan, Romania, New Zealand and Guatemala. I had no idea what this project would become in the years that followed …