If you can’t take your students to see the world, you can easily bring the world to them with the Global Audience Project.
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Brian Costello, a middle school tech integration specialist, is the creator of the Global Audience Project. The project began because Brian wanted to help teachers connect with other teachers and classes around the globe for short and long-term projects and collaboration. Through the project, you can find people who are looking to connect their classes and/or share your own projects. In addition, there are volunteer coaches who will help you if you are nervous about getting started or are hesitant about your technology skills.
Brian is also the author of Will McGill and the Magic Hat. He looks forward to connecting with you!
Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/1/+BrianCostello05
Voxer username: bcoste403
Personal Website: www.aboutcostello.weebly.com
Global Audience Project website: www.globalaudienceproject.com
Global Audience Project Twitter: @TheGAAP16
Global Audience Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalAudienceProject/
Class World Tour Video https://youtu.be/QJmOPMSdupQ
Connect Your Class to the World Video https://youtu.be/zh2FIjUS25Y
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