"Enabling teachers to connect, learn, share, collaborate, and lead – globally!
The Global Classroom Project was co-founded in March 2011 by two teachers on opposite sides of the world – Deb Frazier (Ohio, USA), and Michael Graffin (Perth, Western Australia). We have still yet to meet face-to-face.
Since expanding the project in June 2011, we’ve built vibrant online collaborative spaces and a global network, helping teachers and students around the world to explore new ways to connect, share, learn and collaborate globally.
We’ve grown to include over 300 K-12 from 35 countries around the world; and have hosted over a dozen global projects - organised and run by our participants. "
Click here to read this great article posted on Edutopia's blog. Learn more about global learning, international education and resource networks, and ways to get connected.