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K-2 Building Bridges to Tomorrow

A group for teachers in the K-2 Flat Classroom Project called 'Building Bridges to Tomorrow'. This project was a pilot in early 2012. It is now run twice a year. Full information available on the K-2 New Teacher Guide.

Website: http://www.flatclassroomproject.net/k-2-building-bridges.html
Members: 55
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2013

K-2 Project has kicked off! Building Bridges Already!

The K2-12-2 Building Bridges project is now closed! We invite interested teachers to consider joining us for the K-2 Building Bridges to Tomorrow 13-1 Project. Applications open until February 15, 2013.

Discussion Forum

What are the BEST ways to have real-time connections? 3 Replies

This came up in our meeting today. Teachers at the K-2 level are wanting to have real connection experiences between classrooms to foster higher levels of engagement and excitement, and to make the…Continue

Started by Julie Lindsay. Last reply by Lara Ronalds Dec 7, 2012.

A View from Your Window - K-2 12-2 2 Replies

The 'A View from Your Window' part of this project is open-ended, but it does include everyone contributing 'something'.What will that something be? How will it be collated? Who will take leadership…Continue

Started by Julie Lindsay. Last reply by Lara Ronalds Nov 12, 2012.

Do you have everything in place. Here's a checklist. 2 Replies

Hi everybody,We are now moving into week 3 of Building Bridges and trying to get all the organization pieces in place. At the beginning of any project there may seem as if there is an endless list of…Continue

Started by Betsye Sargent. Last reply by Betsye Sargent Nov 2, 2012.

K-2 12-2 - Time to think about the final Project Co-creation

Hi everyoneRespond to this discussion with ideas for what your final project as a team may look like. Share some 'smack-down' Web 2.0 tools and talk about co-creation and what this looks like for…Continue

Started by Julie Lindsay Nov 1, 2012.

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Comment by Melanie Midgley on March 10, 2012 at 12:58am

Hi everyone,

Here is the handshake from our little ones in Phuket...our first Voicethread experience!  (Group 9)  I think i've also posted on our wiki...just thought i'd share here too

https://voicethread.com/share/2827951/

Comment by Nancy Sharoff on March 7, 2012 at 11:54am

WOOHOO!!! Just informed by daughter that she has been accepted into  Harvard for the International Education Policy Master's program.  More info here: http://www.gse.harvard.edu/academics/masters/iep/

Comment by Heather Goggins on March 7, 2012 at 10:42am

Thanks Julie, I'm pleased to participate as well! 


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Comment by Julie Lindsay on March 7, 2012 at 12:41am

Heather, fantastic! Another heartwarming handshake to start the collaboration. Your students are very confident international people. Very pleased to have you in the project with us.

Comment by Heather Goggins on March 6, 2012 at 5:38pm

Here is a handshake from Year 2 in Singapore, Part of Group 8. 

Handshake From Singapore

Comment by Nancy Sharoff on March 5, 2012 at 10:15am

Thanks Lisa!  I wasn't clear on that.

Comment by Lisa Durff on March 5, 2012 at 5:38am

Nancy - students

Comment by Nancy Sharoff on March 5, 2012 at 5:17am

Quick ?: The 'hand shake' activity - is that just for the teachers or is it to include our students as well at this point?


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Comment by Julie Lindsay on March 3, 2012 at 11:45am

Jennifer, I am thinking your handshake can be shared via your team wiki page. I also think you can share this more widely via this Ning. ALSO, we did discuss at our kick-off meeting starting a new blog for all educators in this project. Lisa in the comment below has started me thinking about this again. We really want to showcase and feature the hard work you are all doing.

Comment by Lisa Durff on March 3, 2012 at 8:33am

You all inspire me with your enthusiasm for collaborating and joy for learning!  I wonder if each of you could pick a week and write a blog post about what is going on in the project?  I would like to post this on our many public sites for the world to know - this is too good to hide under any bushels!

Thanks,
Lisa 
 
 
 

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