Imagining a World of Global Collaboration (#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, I was lucky enough to present alongside Deb Frazier, and members of the #globalclassroom team at the Global Education Conference 2011; sharing our Global Classroom 2011-12 wiki community with the world.   


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.


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



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

We’re imagining a world of global collaboration.

TOGETHER, in a small way, we are working to make this world a reality.


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

2 responses

  1. Great to see this slideshow and presentation. I will need to watch the recording of your session, as I was moderating another session when you were on. Congratulations on the extent of your projects, wonderful to hear your enthusiasm and may you go from strength to strength.

    • Hi Anne! Always good to see you around here 🙂

      I’m still pretty new to all this, and I sometimes feel a little sad that I can’t actually bring my own class in on some of the amazing projects occurring in #globalclassroom. Nevertheless, the global connections and friendships I’m making through this work are making the efforts all worthwhile.

      Many thanks for taking the time to leave a comment – it is always greatly appreciated 🙂

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