How to find teachers to collaborate with. See listed below. Remember you can also ask the teachers at neighboring schools.
- How to find platforms to use
- How to find projects to work on
- Examples of cross-curricular projects from different parts of the world.
- Let the late Ken Robinson inspire you to join the World’s largest lesson below.
- eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, headteachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.
- Category: Skype in the Classroom, find projects here.
- PenPal Schools connects students from 150 countries.
- Global Youth Debates. A unique global collaborative experience for students.
- iEarn, learning with the world, not just about it. Join interactive curriculum-based groups where students are creating, researching, sharing opinions, and becoming global citizens.
- TIGed, Taking it global helps educators foster deep learning competencies through real-world problem-solving.
- Stay Connected, The British Council
How to find platforms to use:
- Padlet for Teachers; the best tips, tricks, and ideas for your classroom.
- Talkwall, making thinking visible and accessible made by The University of Oslo and the University of Cambridge.
- Writing a blog, I have always used blogs with my students. Read more about how and why here.
How to find projects to work on, examples
- Try looking at the useful websites above
- The Kiva project.
- WELCOME TO THE WORLD’S LARGEST LESSON! We promote use of the Sustainable Development Goals in learning so that children can contribute to a better future for all. From citizenship and justice to climate change and the environment, inspire children to make a difference!
- Lesson plan climate change.
- GLOBAL CHALLENGES – CLIMATE CHANGE, examples of collaboration with India, Israel, Australia and Norway.
- Peace one Day, resources and how we worked with the organization.