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The Global Hello Project

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Virginia Claudios

on 14 May 2014

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Transcript of The Global Hello Project

http://aglobalhello.wikispaces.com/

The Global Hello Project
It is a wiki where schools from many places around the world can come to learn from one another and experience other cultures.
Participants can contribute in any way they like, it can be a video about their school, a Picturetrail, wordles, Animoto, Glogs, Voki's...
Students created presentations of their schools with the different applications

What is it?
I couldn't embed the video, but here you have the link:
http://aglobalhello.wikispaces.com/Greenville+Elementary+School%2C+WI%2C+USA

This school from Wisconsin created videos and voicethreads presenting their school. I love this video in which they present their school at the same time as they show how to say hello in different languages.
My favourite part of the project
The Global Hello Project
What could be improved
- It is great that schools can present themselves and their cultures, but it would be even better if they could interact and comment on each other's presentations.

-Some of the schools' links don't work or haven't uploaded any projects.

All the world connected
There are 44 schools involved, located in the five continents
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