Project Founder & Coordinator - Katie Ann Wilson - @katieann_76

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Project Goals:
Teachers and students will engage in discussions with others during the project about their country, school, hobbies, favorite activities, etc.
Students will learn to respect and appreciate the opinions, cultures and customs of others.
Students will be able to see the differences and similarities between themselves and others around the world.


Duration: 2013-2014 School year.

Targeted Grade Levels/Age Groups: All ages.
How This Project Works:
Teachers and students will use Edmodo to communicate with the others in our group. Edmodo is a social network that allows students and teachers to create groups that are closed to the public.

Guidelines:
1. Please make sure your students are using proper grammar and spelling and not using “texting” language. This is an educational group. Teachers should moderate all comments in the group. If you see anything anything inappropriate, take a screenshot of it and then delete it. Share the screenshot with that students' teacher and use it as a "teachable moment" to explain what postings should look like.

2. Please be committed to commenting in the group about once a week. It is not fair to the other group members when classrooms don’t follow through after signing up for a project.


What to Add to Your Pages:
This project is to help share your story. Share about your culture, traditions, history, landmarks, and etc...
1. Add videos, Slideshows, Student writing, Digital Posters, Animations, and etc...

How to Join:
1. Fill out THIS FORM. (closed for this year)

2. Students and teachers will each need to create their own individual Edmodo account with a username and a password. After you sign up I will send you an email with the group's URL so that you can join. You will also receive an email from Weebly inviting you to join.





For further information
DM @katieann_76

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