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Free Global Ed Projects

Skype in the classroom has added more partners toits free network: NASA’s Digital Learning Network,The National Museum of the Royal Navy and HMSVictory, British Council, Woodland Trust, VerbalizeIt,Action Aid, Education through Expeditionand Choose2Matter.
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Skype in the classroom has added more partners to its free network: NASA’s Digital Learning Network, The National Museum of the Royal Navy and HMS Victory, British Council, Woodland Trust, VerbalizeIt, Action Aid, Education through Expedition and Choose2Matter. These new organizations will join more than 38,000 teachers already working together on 1,800 global educational projects. Projects in the works include:

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• NASA’s Digital Learning Center will feature various projects where students can learn how to prepare a space vehicle for liftoff, help scientists to explore the basic principles of matter and design their own spacesuit mission patch.

• The National Museum of the Royal Navy and HMS Victory will give classes an exclusive mini-tour of the HMS Victory Ship, taking students aboard Admiral Nelson’s cabin, onto the quarterdeck, and allowing them to see and discuss rare artifacts relating to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

• British Council will help drive connections and exchanges between schools in developing countries and the rest of the world.

• Education through Expedition will be taking classes along for a virtual journey to Iceland to teach them about this region, offering the youngest member of the Arctic Jubilee Expedition Oli Milroy as a guest speaker.

Teachers can sign up for free at the Skype in the classroom website:



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Share education resources globally

The new online platform Skype in the classroom is a free global community designed to help like-minded teachers find each other and relevant projects 

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Global Connections

The Global Ed program at the Springside/ Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia is composed of 5th- and 6th-grade girls who meet at lunch and recess to work on various iEARN projects.

Free online network for global education collaboration

Through a new initiative called myWorld TakingITGlobal for Educators (myWorld TIGed), from the education and technology company, Pearson, and the global education network, TakingITGlobal (TIG), educators have access to digitally driven content that promotes global collaboration.

Global Communication

Tip: Effective communication where there are no boundaries is a critical "21st Century Skill." Companies are looking for prospective employees who use global communications to effectively network and collaborate in the increasingly global market we live in. You can you're your teachers develop collaborative