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Transcript of http://aglobalhello.wikispaces.com/
They want to create a place
where schools from many places
around the world can come
to learn from one another and
experience other cultures
What does the Global Hello Project do?
School names are listed in the order they signed on to the project:
Greenville Elementary, Greenville, WI, USA
Sunset Elementary, Whitehall, WI USA
Suzhou Singapore International School inSuzhou, Jiangsu, CHINA
Vonsild School, Kolding, DENMARK
Greytown School, NEW ZEALAND
MICDS, St. Louis, MO, USA
Cincinnatus Middle School, Cincinnatus, NY, USA
Primary School, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Our Lady of the Angels, Columbia, PA, USA
Elkanah House Senior Primary, Cape Town, SOUTH AFRIC
Secondary School №2035, Moscow, RUSSIA
Northeast Hamilton, Iowa, USA
St. Joseph's Convent Port of Spain, Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago, WEST INDIES
Chief Poundmaker School, SK, CANADA
Canadian International School of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Wiltse Elementary, British Columbia, CANADA
5B Bosses, Canadian International School of Hong Kong, Aberdeen, HONG KONG *
Toyosato Elementary-Junior, Tome, Miyagi, JAPAN *
Melton West Primary School in Victoria, AUSTRALIA *
En-Naeem Mosque Kindergarten, SINGAPORE *
Black Mountain Elementary School, Cave Creek, Arizona, USA *
Coal Mountain Elementary, Cumming, Georgia, USA *
11th grade Art, South Texas Christian Academy McAllen, TX, USA *
10th grade Computer Applications, South Texas Christian Academy McAllen, TX, USA *
Echo Place School, Brantford, Ontario CANADA
Powhatan Elementary School, Powhatan, VA, USA
Makassed Khaled Bin Al-Walid Al-Horj College, Beirut, LEBANON
Caringbah North Public School, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Montessori International School, Guatemala City, Guatemala
International Spanish Academy Canyon Meadows, Calgary, CANADA
Gymnasium №6,8b Form, Murmansk, RUSSIA
Redhills Community Primary School in Exeter, Devon, UK
Sosa High School Sosa City, Chiba, JAPAN *
Owl Class, Locks Heath, ENGLAND *
Ensworth School, Nashville, TN USA *
Greensboro Public Library, Greensboro, NC USA *
Washington Elementary, Fairfield, IA USA *
Hidenwood Elementary, Newport News, VA, USA *
Sandy Beach Primary School, NSW, AUSTRALIA *
Cooinda Primary School, Bunbury, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Vestavia Hills Elementary West School, Birmingham, AL, USA *
St. Bernard's High School, Bloemfontein, SOUTH AFRICA*
Sunshine Christian Bilingual School, La Lima, Cortes, HONDURAS *
How many schools are involved and their locations?
what was the main platform/tool
where the project was organized?
There's an email where people send their school's information.
Please join the wiki or contact me at email@example.com
what was the main tool(s) used to create the story?
how the students from each school contributed their parts?
First their school must be registered, and then, they have to become members of the site so they can share their documents easily.
how did the students from each school
edit the story?
Once they become members of the Wikispace, they send their document and they are able to edit it, even other members can do it as well.
what was one of your favorite parts of the project?
I was reading some of their projects, and what I liked the most is reading one made by a school from my country, Guatemala.
what do you think could have been improved?
I think that the way they had to be registered could have been personal, I mean by filling information not by actually sending it to someone's mail.