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Educators on One Day on Earth

Please use this group as a venue to interact with other teachers participating with their classes in One Day on Earth.

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Latest Activity: May 28, 2013

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collaborative projects 2 Replies

I'd like to find a patnership for the collaborative project "Welcome to my home town". It may be a school or a teacher. I work as a teacher of English in a Russian school in Saratov which is licated…Continue

Started by olga penkovsky. Last reply by Katy Del Castillo May 28, 2013.

Is this group still active? 14 Replies

Hello. I just joined this educators group but noticed that a lot of the discussions are from October 2010. Is anyone planning on having their students do some writing/collaboration around global…Continue

Started by Chris Sloan. Last reply by Ruhiyye Qudret Nov 26, 2011.

11.11.11 3 Replies

My students have been asked to document their day tomorrow but i am not sure about the next step.Continue

Started by Kadidia Doumbia. Last reply by Cari Ann Shim Sham* Nov 12, 2011.

Any art educators out there want to collaborate ? 2 Replies

I am an artist/researcher and teacher. I have 11 elementary students ages 7-10 ready to brainstorm and create art together in the spirit of this amazing project in a 3 hr art class on Friday. I just…Continue

Tags: Araujo, Juliet, elementary, students, project

Started by Juliet Araujo Araujo. Last reply by Juliet Araujo Araujo Nov 9, 2011.

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Comment by Gina Fosco on October 5, 2010 at 3:26pm
Hello Everyone,
My name is Gina Fosco. I am a technology teacher in Omaha NE. My 8th graders are going to participate in this project. We look forward to see your films. We will be participating in the 10 things on 10-10-10- project-

Happy Filming
Comment by Anne Shaw on October 4, 2010 at 3:35pm
Hello, all,

The One Day on Earth project is an exciting and inspiring activity for teachers and students, a real opportunity for you and your students to literally be a part of making history.

This project was the catalyst for a project I've had in mind for a while, and the One Day on Earth guys helped make it gel. Please email me if you would be interested in participating in a global, collaborative classrooms project - Food and Culture - which will address every grade level and every course. It's not just about food; it's everything from agriculture and environmental sciences, to health, law, economics, geography, history, cultural studies and more. Please join us. Anne Shaw.

And I look forward to seeing your contributions to the One Day on Earth film!
Comment by Beth Bloom on September 30, 2010 at 9:18pm
Hi everyone!

I am doing this project with one of my sophomore English classes - and I am looking for another class to form some sort of communication with. Is anyone interested? We are located in Cincinnati, Ohio! :)
Comment by Kevin Olson on September 30, 2010 at 4:11pm
@Mishek - I'm a video production teacher, and one of the first projects I have my kids do is with still cameras to teach them that video is really just 30 stills/second. Check out this link to one of the better videos my students turned out. I think your kids could do some really cool stuff with stills and a little planning.
Comment by Janice Friesen on September 27, 2010 at 4:05pm
Some of the best videos are made with still shots. You can put them into Movie Maker or iMovie if you have either one and create something very interesting! I am looking forward to seeing it. Where are you from?
Comment by France ann on September 25, 2010 at 6:03pm
In France I think I will shoot a scene on a market, you know how food and local production are favored in our country.
Anyone interested in sharing?
Comment by Elisabete on September 25, 2010 at 12:26pm
I think this project is very interesting and important for us who live in this "home". With videos or photos, i think it is important to contribute. I hope that knowledge help us to understand, to see, where we are, where we live, and our really place here. "The behind the scenes of our world".
I wonder how everybody is going to be put together in only one movie...
Comment by MISHECK MUTUZANA on September 25, 2010 at 11:16am
Despite not having a video camera, my class is geared to participate in the forth coming One Day On Earth project. Instead of Videos they will upload still pictures.
Comment by Abu Md. Abdullah on September 23, 2010 at 12:24pm
The concept is so enchanting that people can't but have to join n participate.
It's offering people to be creative in real sense. My heartiest thanx to Rajib sir for introducing this to me. Wishing everyone a happy time..

Abdullah....Eastern University, Bangladesh.
Comment by Rajib Lochan Das on September 23, 2010 at 10:01am
I hope documenting the earth on 10.10.10 will be a great experience for all of us. My students are enthusiastic. I have given an open announcement at my university to take part in this event.
Greetings from Eastern Unievrsity, Bangladesh.

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