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Your Name and Title:  Ms. Bonnie Thurber


Organization Name: iCollaboratory


Co-Presenter Name(s):


Country from Which You Will Present: USA


Language in Which You Will Present: English


Target Audience: K-12 Educators


Short Session Description: Learn about how different cultures and countries think about the moon over us by viewing and discussing student created images, video and writing. 


Full Session Description: 

The Moon Over Us is a collaboration with schools in Beijing. It runs from September 4 to October 30. After the first project we will be continuing with additional collaborations. The iCollaboratory, http://www.icollaboratory.org, is partnering with Global Hands on Universe and GTTP on this project.

们上方的月亮是一个与美国学校的合作项目。 它将从94日一直进行到107日。在第一个项目之后,我们将继续其他的合作。在这个项目中,iCollaboratory http://www.icollaboratory.org).

In the project, students aged 10-16 and their teachers from around the world share information about the moon and discuss this information by commenting on each other’s web pages.

The project continues through the year with students observing, sharing and discussing information about a Solar Eclipse, Moon Phases, Moon Faces, and How the Moon plays a role in our daily lives. 


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: http://www.icollabortory.org, http://new.icollaboratory.net

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Hi Bonnie =

This looks great and I'll approve your submission. However, it's really important that you go back and edit your proposal and use the required tags that are outlined in the call for proposals. If you don't use at least one, then your proposal will not show up in your intended strand.

Thanks,

Lucy 

Thanks.. i finally have the tags edited.. gee.. 

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