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  • NASA’s Global Selfie Crowdsourced on Earth Day
    Today, April 22, 2014, NASA is crowdsourcing Global Selfies. NASA astronauts brought home the first ever images of the whole planet from space. Now NASA satellites capture new images of Earth every second. For Earth Day we are trying to create an ...
  • Selfies Around the World
      On the heels of The Cultural Phenomena of Selfies and  iPhoneography: Photo Challenges, Ideas & Literacy, students from the American School of São Paulo, Brazil want to know more about Selfies around the world. If you and your students ...
  • Julie Lindsay: Designing Engaging Curriculum for Global Collaboration in the Classroom
    Following the post:  Note- Taking Learnflow of a Conference Workshop, here is the second story of my curated tweets from a session with Julie Lindsay. My favorite take away from her well run workshop was her quote “Flat learning is a pedagog...
  • Eduplanet21 Learning Path: Globally Connected Educator
    As part of Curriculum21 Social Learning Institute and in collaboration with Eduplanet21, I have authored a Learning Path for the Globally Connected Educator. Take a look at the modules offered. If you are interested, Eduplanet is giving away 5  fr...
  • Connecting Your Classroom to The World
    Vicki Davis, the coolcatteacher, had invited me to chat about connecting your classroom to the world for an episode on BamRadio’s show “Every Classroom Matters“. You can play the episode in your browser or listen to it via iTunes.
  • Global Learning- What Do You Mean?
    If you want globally connected students, you need globally connected teachers who are capable of communicating, collaborating and connecting to experts and peers from around the world. These educators are harnessing the power of global connections...
  • Amplification of a Transportation Unit & a Survey
    In a unit on Transportation, our Kindergarteners read a large picture book “On the Move!” by Donna Latham Students got so interested into learning about different ways people around the globe got around. They were even ready to take a ...
  • Wall of Intolerance- What if….
    During my visit this past January to the Graded School, in São Paulo, Brazil, I met Jamie Tuttle  Middle School Guidance Counselor. He told me about an incident at their International School and the response as a community: We found our world map ...
  • Where the Hell is Matt- Evolution
    I have been following the “Where the Hell is Matt” videos since 2006. I always thought the video is a great hook for students into geography. There are three versions available with a clear evolution of Matt growing as he travels aroun...
  • Out of Eden: Paul Salopek’s Walk from Ethiopia to Patagonia
    I am thrilled to share with Langwitches’ readers an amazing learning opportunity. Take a look at the Out of Eden site and let your imagination run wild how you could get your students excited about learning via the resources available the Pu...


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