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Miss Moo reporting from Marrakech

This is Miss Moo reporting from Marrakech in Morocco. We get to hear about the square Miss Moo is reporting from and hear all the delightful sounds in the background. 60 more words


Fuel for Thought

Students will analyze a given situation about replacing one of two family vehicles in order to determine which replacement choice will save the most fuel. The original problem was based on the article “The Illusion of Miles per Gallon” and the starter activity is available at NCTM; I have adapted and expanded it for purposes of this assessment to include environmental and economic impacts as well, such as green house gas emissions (evaluate grams/mile.) 18 more words


“Some people never listen… some people never let others talk… some people ruin the class for everyone.”

I took a breath and said, “Some people like me?”

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Links to Help Create a Globally Focused Classroom

Looking to include more aspects of global citizenship in your classes this year? This collection of links is a good place to start. Feel free to post additional ideas or links in the comments below.

Teacher Resources

Beyond Vacation: The Value of Travel

If vacation is an escape from real life, then we propose that the real value of travel is about much more than taking vacation.

To us, intentional travel has changed our lives. 311 more words

Intentional Travel

Bill Gates Spills The Beans in His 2015 Annual Letter and You Won’t Believe What He Has In Store…

By: Lisa Haven

In the beginning of this year infamous billionaire, Bill Gates, claimed in his annual letter that him and his wife’s new goals will be to “improve the lives of people in poor countries within the next 15 years.” In it he claims to help, improve, and technologize poor countries. 94 more words

Government Corruption Illuminati

Send My Friend to School

Send My Friend to School – every child has a right to go to school.

This year two of the Send My Friend to School Ambassadors come from one of Cardiff’s schools. 119 more words

Global Citizenship