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Distance Collaborations

A group for educators to talk about ideas, ask questions, share success stories, and actually plan for collaboration between schools.

Members: 629
Latest Activity: Apr 22, 2018

Collaborating for REAL Student Improvements!

As you visit/join this Distance Collaborations Group, you may want to give a few stats about yourself and your education position to let new/old group members know how they can collaborate with you.

Additionally, here's a terrific project where high school and college students can collaborate locally AND globally. There are infinite possibilities out there!

Discussion Forum

Collaboration Anyone?

Started by Millis High School. Last reply by Alicia Most Apr 5, 2017. 6 Replies

Web Collaboration with Pre-service Teachers

Started by Kimberly McCollum. Last reply by nathalie ettzevoglou Oct 14, 2012. 1 Reply

MDGs? (millenium development goals)

Started by Jill Sloan. Last reply by Marie Kanke Sep 15, 2012. 1 Reply

Bald Eagle Online Collaboration Project

Started by Aaron Maurer. Last reply by Thomas Stanley Aug 28, 2012. 1 Reply

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Comment by Wendy Melnick on July 8, 2010 at 3:14pm
I would like to collaborate with my Media Arts students. I have grades 10 -12 and have a mac lab with filmmaking, animation, podcasting etc capabilities. A joint project would be great. I am in Hamilton, Ontario
Comment by Bob Zenhausern on July 8, 2010 at 2:50pm
Marie,
The Enabling Support Foundation is a non-profit with projects in Pakistan, Morocco, Cameroon, Australia, and the Caribbean. You students could interact with them via email or involvement on joint projects. We are in the process of developing an Art curriculum for K-12 and we are building the Archive of Myth and Legend a resource for folk tales+ on the web and sponsor of new fold material created by students.

Email me at drz@enabling.org
Comment by Marie Doherty on July 8, 2010 at 2:31pm
Hi,
My name is Marie Doherty and I am from Ireland. I am teaching 10-12 year olds and am interested in collaborating on a project/projects in the incoming school year. I am open to ideas. Our new term starts Sept 1st
Comment by AJ Juliani on July 7, 2010 at 5:59pm
Hi all - this group sounded like the perfect place to collaborate with other teachers about my new non-profit organization- Project Global Inform (project-inform.org). I've also set up a group for PGI on Classroom 2.0, so feel free to join if you are interested in learning more.

Along with PGI, I've also been a teacher in the Flat Classroom Project this past year, with over 70 of my students participating, creating, and collaborating with students from Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia and in the US (New Jersey and Vermont). It was a huge success and my students loved it. Looking forward to collaborating with all of you!
Comment by Larry Langley on June 18, 2010 at 2:34pm
My name is Larry Langley. I teach high school students (ages 13-18) in the following subjects: journalism, English language arts, theater arts, reading (7th grade) and yearbook. The name of our school is Rocksprings High School located in Rocksprings, TX 78880, population 1285. We have 293 students enrolled in grades PK-12. The majority of my students are Hispanic.
I want to involve my students in a cross-cultural experience this year using many kinds of technology (building a web site, pod casting, video casting, digital photography and so on). Therefore, I would like to know what projects some of you are involved with this coming school year. Please email me to let me know about projects.
Comment by Matthew on May 25, 2010 at 2:05pm
This could certainly help your cause to communicate, if you like it, you can create your own. Hope it helps! And I certainly don't mean the content, I mean the journaling system used. http://www.iteachtoo.com/index.cfm?go=journal.viewpublic&Journa...
Comment by Dr. Aries Cobb, ITDE on May 15, 2010 at 9:55pm
Hello All! My name is Dr. Aries Cobb and I am an Assistant Professor at Baldwin-Wallace College. This summer I am conducting research on Technology-Supported Cooperative Learning. I am interest in collaborating with other educators that use Accelerated Reader with K-8 students.
Comment by Kitty Tripp on May 15, 2010 at 7:48am
I would love to find English speaking elementary schools in the upper northern hemisphere, around the equator, and in the lower southern hemisphere to share information about weather and their environment, plants and animals. The major environments we study are the polar regions, tropical rain forests, rivers and streams, swamps, and deserts. We'd love to have live input or communicate with classes from these types of regions. Not only would I love our classes to share academically, but also in understand cultural diversity and develop international perspective. I look forward to hearing from you!
Comment by Neil Ringrose on May 4, 2010 at 9:46pm
Morning all!
I am a Year One Teacher in a Hong Kong international School. I am really interested in setting up some links around the world with children and teachers that we can collaborate with in any shape or form. We are a PYP school so to be able to 'connect' with other Year One PYP classes would be fantastic!
Look forward to hearing from you!
Have a great day!!
Neil
Comment by Vanessa on May 3, 2010 at 9:26pm
Come to Yale this summer July 19-21st to participate in an exciting 21st Century Conference for educators. Yale will debut an exciting new K-12 Mutt-i-grees Curriculum which incorporates Social Emotional Learning and can be easily integrated into any classroom. Cesar Milan (the Dog Whisperer) and his wife Ilusian Milan... (who generously support this new curriculum) will be present. To find more, or register for this wonderful opportunity visit the conference web site: http://www.yale.edu/21c/current_conference.html
 

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