Hello, I hope I'm not violating any rules of the collaborative, but here goes! Chadwick School, a K-12 independent non-denominational school in Palos Verdes Peninsula, California (Los Angeles area),…Continue
Hello all, As best as I can tell, there are still spaces available at TEDxGoldenGateED, a TED affiliated event on teaching compassion that takes place on June 11 in California's Bay Area. In "Key…Continue
Hi George - sounds good to me though may I suggest that my grade 11 is would be a better suited for this exercise. They would have some ability to respond effectively and it would extend them in ways that would very productive.
Hi George - sounds interesting though sadly my current course does not lend itself to studying colonialism/ postcolonialism at the moment. I would like it to do so as that is my area of interest and I am moving my poetry unit towards that. I will teach the Poetry of Conflict in Q3. Currently we are doing Macbeth and I am setting a task in which students will re-set the play into a contemporary context. I can refine the brief so that it includes colonial/ postcolonial themes of political domination and resistance (Scottish/ English). Or we can design a task together that both groups can work on and is not necessarily text dependent.
Hi. I received your message about a collaborative project with year 2 students in Australia. I have emailed the relevant staff at our school to ask if they are interested. I will reply to your request soon. Sue
Thanks but I just do relief teaching in Bendigo to Primary Schools..most are not using skype in schools here. I will talk to a couple of schools that I do relief at. We only have OCT NOV and part of DEC left before 6 weeks holidays..
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and my Yr 2 children and I would be happy to email your class this term-we finish the year on the 9th December so we will need to start soon. We look forward to an email.