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What to think of the Ice Bucket Challenge?

This summer, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” went viral. The challenge involves dumping a bucket of ice water on someone’s head to promote awareness of the disease… 788 more words

NGOs

Global Classroom Lead Teacher Awards 2014

We’d like to formally congratulate the Global Classroom Lead Teachers for 2014.

The Global Classroom Lead Teacher awards were created in 2012 to recognise teachers around the world who have made an exceptional contribution to the development and success of #globalclassroom communities and projects. 868 more words

Global Classroom

Flat Connections: Starting Your Journey as a Global Educator!

Are you interested in getting your classroom involved globally? Are you interested in trying something innovative, fun, exciting, and challenging with your classroom? Are you looking to further your connections and professional development beyond your classrooms walls, your city and even your country?   277 more words

Collaborating

#globalclassroom 2013-14 Closing Webinars - August 15/16

The past year has been yet another exciting journey for the hundreds of students and teachers participating in the Global Classroom Project!

We have connected via Skype, letters, journals, Google Hangouts, email, wikispaces and more. 347 more words

Global Classroom

Global Education: A Better Sense of Yourself, Others and the World

When I was in High School, we did not stretch our minds to a global level. Everything we learned was limited to the four walls of our classroom. 515 more words

Collaborating

News Clips on Global Education Issues from July 16 ~ August 6

News Clips July 16~ August 6

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Yemen : Education Minister meets UNICEF Education Director

By Yemen News Agency (SABA), July 7, 2014

Minister of Education Abdul-Razzaq al-Ashwal met here on Monday with Education Director of UNICEF in Sana’a Mohammed Ben Bella. 1,585 more words

GPE

MI Educators Collaborate to Make 'Visible Learning' Happen at Oakland Schools!

“Know Thy Impact”…

Dr. John Hattie, Professor of Education and Director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia, is globally recognized as the world’s foremost researcher on what works best in schools to improve student learning. 594 more words

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