This week’s list was inspired by a workshop led by GlobalSchoolNet founders at NECC last summer. While I’ve been aware of this web site for some time, I previously hadn’t taken the time to explore its great resources. I am just now starting to, and in the wake of my recent Google Earth extravaganzas, students in my afterschool program and I have come up with a project to share. Please feel free to join in any time between now and June.
Clearly, one of the benefits of today’s technologies is the ability to connect and learn from others around the world. Hopefully, you’ll find one project or idea from the following list that will inspire you to reach out!
Stayed tuned in the coming weeks as we will have some special mystery guest authors of the Friday 5… I’ve invited some friends and acquaintances to share a bit of their interests and expertise with us. If you’d like to participate, shoot me an email!
This list contains many links to established and well regarded programs that promote online educational collaboration.
Check out the calendar page for upcoming projects that seems pretty manageable.
This sounds like a great way to connect students with a virtual mentor. There is a cost involved of $200 per student.
6) The GLOBE Program
This looks like an amazing science program, and it appears that there needs to be some commitment on the part of participating schools to regarding training.