This wiki project is a way for teachers to share in a poetry project using the book Love that Dog by Sharon Creech. There are two levels of participation. Level One is where you add ideas, poems, etc from your students and join in the VoiceThread. Level Two is where you partner up with another teacher to share together.
I am writing curriculum for our new text (Deutsch Aktuell) and use the SmartBoard daily in the classroom. I would be interested in finding anyone interested in directly sharing resources, writing chapter lessons or brainstorming SmartBoard activities. I primarily teach German 2 and 3, and use the DA1 and DA2 texts.
The project is about creating lessons together. I will provide an opensource learning platform where teachers and students can work with.
The project is in a testfase with schools from Spain, Italy, France, Turkey and Belgium.
Next topic will be: LLT about Paris, France
Students will create a 2-4 minute digital story about a cultural or historical aspect of their town/state/province, and a personal connection they have with it.
We are hoping to connect with Spanish classes around the globe to share in planning, editing, and publishing these stories.
Collaboration will take place asynchronously via wiki, email, Google Docs, Voicethread, etc.
I've changed the start date from May 7 to NOW! We'll use these first couple of weeks to plan and brainstorm, and I plan to introduce the project to my kids after they take the AP Spanish Exam on May 6. Of course, collaborators who want to get a head start with their classes are welcome to do so!
Any suggestions are welcome as the project evolves!
If you'd like to participate after the sign-up period closes, please contact me at email@example.com.
The Multilingual video project allows teachers to bring their own children to narrate the same video in their own language and for it to be placed on the Internet. The project will interweave, languages and technology to motivate and engage children. Children will be able to view the different language versions of the video and understand the words in different languages.
More information can be seen on the Kindersite at: http://www.kindersite.org/Videos.htm
You can see the video on the Kindersite or directly on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RkqLfW8Akw
The translation template and guide is available at: http://globaleducation.ning.com/forum/attachment/download?id=717180%3AUp...