Wanted! A Global Classroom!

The Global Classroom began with a simple thought:

Wouldn't it be great if our class in America could talk with other classes around the world?
What if we could talk about our lives with classrooms in other countries?

With this thought, came this tweet ~


And with this tweet came this blog post on Primary Perspectives


And with this blog post came these global friends:

First Grade
Ohio, United States of America
Mrs Frazier (@frazierde) - Project Organiser
Blog - http://deb-frazier.blogspot.com/

Room 13, Year 6 (11 and 12 years old)
Spearwood Primary School, Western Australia
Mr Graffin (@mgraffin) - Wiki Organiser & Editor
Blog: A Relief Teacher's Journey

School Website: www.spearwoodps.wa.edu.au

B4 - Year 1/2/3 (5-7 years old)
Reefton, New Zealand
Mrs McKenzie (@judykmck )
Class Blog - Open the Door to B4

2nd Grade Bunnies
Bucharest, Romania
Mrs. Milos (@surreallyno)
Mark Twain International School

Year 3 (7 and 8 years old)
Nelson, New Zealand
Emma Watts (@emmerw)
Class Blog - Room 9 @ Tahunanui School - 2011

Mimili Anangu School, South Australia
Jessica Dublois (@jessica_dubois)

First Grade
Columbus. Ohio, United States of America
Julie Simmons (@BJacketsfan)
Class Blog - 1D Kids

Grade 1 (7 and 8 years old)
Colegio Internacional Montessori (Montessori International School)
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Claudia Ozaeta (@ClaudRu)

And a wiki was born ...

The Global Classroom 2011 wiki was organised and edited by Mr Graffin, from Perth, Western Australia; and was a global collaboration between teachers across 4 timezones and 5 countries.

Thankyou to ALL the #globalclassroom participants who made this project possible.