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Are you interested in global collaboration?


I teach history in Boston, MA, and we are looking for teachers and students to collaborate with us to talk about culture, politics, history, current events, and work on some solution-based projects.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.

Kader Adjout

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Hi Kader,

One suggestion is that you take a look at iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) - http://us.iearn.org .  They have several hundred projects underway in their global network.  For Example, our organization is working with them on a girls' education project in which classes worldwide view the film "Girl Rising" about nine girls in nine countries who face obstacles to getting an education and then discuss the issues raised in the 9 segments.  We are providing copies of the film free of charge to participating teachers.  A description of the project is at: http://collaborate.iearn.org/space-2/group-315



Ed Gragert

Global Campaign for Education-USA

Thank you, Ed.

That's helpful.

Please page me up on this! Am in, may be willing to help or find you help.


Ibrahim Bahati

Thank you for your response.
I was just overwhelmed with all the work going back to school, sorry for the delay in replying.
This is fantastic that you are willing to collaborate.
I was thinking that we could Skype and get our students to discuss and debate current events or other US political topics, historical or more contemporary.
Would that work?
For instance, we could have our students ask questions to each other about immigration policies, bombing ISIS, and other topics as such.
Let me know what you think and when you would like to start.
You can email me at kadjout@bcdschool.org
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you.


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