Nov 29, 2010
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Global Classroom.

No longer is my classroom just mine. No longer is it four walls, a chalk board and one lone teacher instructing isolated students. The classroom door has been swung open and I love to hear the cacophony of connection, community and most importantly, learning.

Through my professional network, I’ve been able to connect my students with educators, experts, activists, advocates, citizens, students, and authors from around the globe. My classroom knows that they don’t act in a vacuum. We instead shout to stars.

Thank you to those who have offered feedback about our eBook. Please keep the feedback coming, we know that the first piece of feedback isn’t the only feedback.

We are looking for more people around the globe to connect with in our other inquiries:

What would our world look like without technology?

How can I make a difference in the world?

What is love?

Who is the other?

Should we trust our government?



If you could offer insight, a connection, good material to peruse, or anything else, we’d love to hear, read, talk to you. Drop us a line.

We recognize that closing the classroom door is no longer an option. The classroom doesn’t have a door. We recognize that talking global citizenship is not enough. It is time to act as a global citizen.

The classroom is not limited to geography, it is only limited by fear.

Open up.

Welcome to the global classroom.

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