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Special ISTE Live Streaming + Great Global Project Challenge Winners!

Just because you can't physically be at the ISTE conference in San Antonio doesn't mean that you can't be a part of our annual Global Education Day (GED)!

Join us this Sunday (US time) live as we video-stream through our Global Education Events Facebook page  (https://www.facebook.com/gl... from 2:00 - 5:00 pm US-Central Daylight Time (click here to see the times in your own time zone). Thanks especially to Participate and to Padcaster for making this streaming possible!

You can also join our Google Classroom (https://classroom.google.com/) to access all the GED materials. Here is the code: jgiumie. You may need a Gmail address not attached to a Google Edu setup to join this (or your G Suite admin needs to change settings to allow you to work outside your G Suite domain).

Use the hashtags #globaled17 and #ISTE17 when tweeting about GED. Here’s a tagboard where you can see our social media posts: http://bit.ly/ged17socialmedia.

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We're proud to announce the winners of the Great Global Project Challenge grant as a part of ISTE festivities. We are grateful to our sponsor partners for this initiative, Participate and the Partnership for 21st Century Learning. The full details of the Challenge and winning projects can be found HERE. Please take a look at this terrific work from India, Canada, the US, Israel, Morocco, Australia, and Norway.

Sharing learning in a shared world,

Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon
Global Education Conference Co-Chairs

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