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Global Connections and Exchange in Southeast Asia -- Online Projects in Vietnam and Philippines

Started Dec 13, 2011 0 Replies

IREX is pleased to announce the launch of Global Connections and Exchange online projects…Continue

Tags: vietnam, technology, philippines, internet, education

Connect your HS Classroom with Students in Kyrgyzstan: Global Connections and Exchange

Started Nov 1, 2010 0 Replies

Greetings, all,My name is Ryder Cobean and I work at the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) in Washington, DC.  We have a program that connects High School classrooms in the US with…Continue

Tags: school, skype, collaborative, high, russia

 

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Program Associate, Civil Society Development Division
International Research and Exchanges Board

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At 2:16pm on September 1, 2010, Jack Strelec said…
Hello. I am running a project called FACE IT-TRACE IT-ERASE IT. It allows students from all over the world to collaborate on issues that effect the earth. First, they must FACE the issue by describing it. Then they must TRACE IT by researching the issue (like disease or pollution). Finally, they ERASE IT by coming up with a solution. It is for ages 14-18 and we have students all over the world joining in. If you are interested please email me at streljg@d11.org for more information. Thank you. Jack Strelec
 
 
 

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