Duration: 1 hour
Their timezone: US/Central
Their start time: Thursday, September 17, 2015 8:00 AM
Their end time: Thursday, September 17, 2015 9:00 AM
Calendar: 2015 Global Collaboration Day Calendar
Host school or organization:
Farmington Central High School
Title of event/project:
Google Doc Connection
URL to project/event starting point:
Ever wonder what's in a name? Ever wonder if music and sport is different the world over? Students will be asked to share their first name, geographic location, favorite artist and song, and favorite sport to allow for classroom discussion.
Project/event directions for participation:
1. Students will need to access the Google Doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_URVDEvrt5T8stkHpvf7nYwQh4okGTjRv2U35kEURe0/edit?usp=sharing 2. Simply enter the four basic pieces of information. From there, check out and look at the different names, songs, and sports to see if geographic location has an influence. Look for similarities between different geographic locations. 3. Begin a conversation.
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This organization is:
not for profit
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This event is intended for the following audience(s):
secondary grade students (14-19)
This event can be categorized as a:
Asynchronous Collaborative Short Term Project, Mystery Hangout
Optional field for additional pertinent information:
We would like to invite any class (preferably age group 15-19) to connect with us at Skype jpiper76 or at Google Hangouts firstname.lastname@example.org. This can become a deeper conversation about culture.
These events are also listed in our calendar on our Join an Event page. We have tagged each of these events with keywords (see the categories below) so that you can sort the various opportunities. Also, use the search box above. Contact the individual hosts if you have any questions. Their information is provided in each listing.
Lucy Gray & Steve Hargadon
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