GGPC

Announcing the Great Global Project Challenge Grant Awardees!

 

 

Dear GGPC Grant Winners,

 

Congratulations! I am very pleased to announce the awardees of the Great Global Project Challenge Grant. It is evident that many educators put a great deal of time and thought into their submissions; we appreciate the collective efforts of all the teachers involved and hope that your students benefitted greatly from the experiences you designed.

 

Here is the list of best projects submitted to the challenge. Many thanks to Participate, P21, and our panel of global educators who supported this initiative. Participate is aggregating global PBL resources here and we’re going to add your projects to this collection soon: https://www.participate.com/collections/pbl-resources/20df7495-689a-431d-a5ca-cf39eb9ab10b.

 

International Junior Writers Club – Reynaldo L. Duran

Poetry with Passion and Performance – Christine Trimnell

Amazing Student Race – Laurie Clement

High School Global Math Collaboration – Chris Collins

Rooting for Change – Anitha Bijesh

Different But The Same – Omar Titki

Talking Kites Around the World – Ruty Hotzen

The Universe is Made of Tiny Stories – Barbara Anna Zielonka

Why should I study another language? – Ruth Valle

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Again, on behalf of the Global Education Conference Network, Participate and P21, thank you again for your hard work. Global project-based learning is essential to developing global competencies in students and you should be very proud of what you’ve accomplished.
 
Please let me know if you have any questions, and I’ll be in touch.
 
Thanks,
 
Lucy Gray
Co-Founder
The Global Education Conference Network
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