The Daniel Wright club meets weekly after school and are making great progress. They're quickly creating connections with other Ted-Ed clubs around the world, from Chicago to France. It also looks like some digital collaboration is occurring, and they're meeting with other clubs via Skype. The students are discussing topics such as:
"TED-Ed Clubs is a flexible, school-based program that supports students in discussing, pursuing and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks." Source: Ted-Ed Clubs Site
Added by Simon Vasey, 4/16/14
"Teachers trying to globalize their practice often ask me how to develop a successful, socially responsible collaboration with a teacher, classroom or sister school elsewhere in the world. To be honest, I’ve been frustrated by how many potentially excellent partnerships I’ve seen tank over the last few years, so I no longer promise anything beyond making introductions and sharing strategies. There is no magic wand in this work--there is a lot of trial and error, a lot of struggling and risk, and a lot of work involved in building a successful global educational partnership. "