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ePals Ambassador Contest Winners announced

We invited teachers to show us how ePals has opened the world for their students. Applicants each submitted projects that they had successfully implemented in their classrooms, examples of student work, and a video application, telling us what ePals brought to their teaching and to their students’ learning. Outstanding entries came from all corners of the world, inspiring us with amazing projects, successful collaborations, and enthusiastic students. The winning Teacher Ambassadors showcase ePals core principles of global awareness, collaborative and authentic learning, digital literacy and innovation. Take a look at their projects; watch their videos; peruse their student work. They are inspirations to the entire ePals Global Community. Congratulations to ePals 2010 Ambassadors.

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ePals Teacher Ambassadors 2010

Cheryl Arnett and Rawya Shatila
Sunset Elementary School and Makassed Khalil Shehab School
Digital Stories: A Celebration of Learning and Culture
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Thomas Beckett
SKH Kei Tak Primary School
The Adventures of Ming the Minibus
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Mike Fitzgerald
Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School
Natural Disasters Project / Severe Weather Investigation
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Marsha Goren
Ein Ganim School
Global Dreamers Peace Project
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Jeff Horwitz
Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School
Winter Olympics
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Todd Kellaher
Converse Middle School
Country Fair Project
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Reinhard Marx
Städtische Realschule Sundern
Radio Raisant
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Nadina Carmen Nicolici
The Building Assembling Industrial School Cluster
Romanian Students Help their Fellows in Ghana
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Bill Reilly
Bethlehem Central Middle School
The Global Coalition for Peace, Education, and Cultural Awareness
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Suman Sood
Birla High School For Boys Jr. Sec.
The Great Bean Race
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Contest Honorable Mention Awards

Language Learning Award

Sarah LaComb
Heuvelton School
The French and American Alliance
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Young Learners Award

Tammy Sanders
Auburn Elementary School
Kindergarten Cultures of States and Countries
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Pioneer Award

Rustamjon Badalov
Alisher Navoiy Secondary School
Friendship Book and Flag Project
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Teacher Teamwork-Collaboration Award

Claudine Curry, Ingrid Arragata, Irem Ebru Gursoy
Far Away Teachers Project
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Teacher Teamwork-Collaboration Award

Jodi Rehrig
Holland Brook School
Academic Networking: Creating a Global Community of Learners
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Culture Exchange Award

Troy Tenhet
Bill L Williams Elementary School
Iceland-ISA ePals Collaboration
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Authentic Writing Award

Elizabeth Simmons
Sharon Elementary School
Monster Writing
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Learning through the Arts Award

Tom Chambers
Raul Yzaguirre School For Success
Vocabulary Building through Digital Art
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Innovative Learning Award

Joy Burroughs
Holbrook Junior High School
The Journey to Digital Citizenship
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Language Learning Award

Ozlem Gokgul
Access After School Club
From Culture to Culture
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Comment by Dr. Rita Oates on June 8, 2010 at 5:06pm
Special thanks to Lucy Gray and several other members of GEC for being judges of the projects! Your insights, ratings, and comments were so helpful!

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