Sheila Adams hosts yet another annual 7th grade webcast for Earth Day from Rye New Hampshire

Learning2gether Episode 391

The 7th graders in Sheila Adams classes in Rye, New Hampshire (USA) always do a live webcast for Earth Day. This year they presented on Friday, April 20, from 8:30 am EDT to roughly 12:30 pm EDT (maybe longer). The webcast was streamed in segments and subsequently archived at: http://earthbridges.net/live

They invited anyone to join them at any time and please say hi in the chatroom!  You can still go to the chatroom and say hi: http://chatwing.com/earthcast

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Sheila set up a Flipgrid for anyone to leave a video message to play during the day or after the fact: https://flipgrid.com/earthcast

Peggy George liked my tweet 🙂 https://twitter.com/VanceS/status/987319580895805440 2018-04-21_1629earthdaytweet

Sheila contributed to an article she and her colleagues put together about teachers networking themselves and their students over Earth Day projects coalescing around Earthbridges and the Worldbridges network.

Last year I contributed a view of the world’s oceans from under water, which can still be seen in the archives available at at http://earthbridges.net/live

Announcements were made

on Facebook

On Google+ Communities

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Earlier events

Tue April 10 IATEFL Brighton 2018 begins streaming live presentations – through April 13

https://learning2gether.net/2018/04/13/and-now-for-something-completely-different-iatefl-webcasting-from-2011-through-brighton-2018/

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