Alright class! Today we are going to start thinking about ideas for a bullying campaign we could share with our classroom, school, community, and even on the internet!
I'm not really sure what bullying is. I've heard it before, but I need more information.
I was bullied when I was younger by a bigger kid at school. I bet we could find more examples online.
This might be a good site, but I see a curse word in the description, we should probably pick a different website.
A 21 century teacher is a facilitator for students learning. Teachers allow students to be connected with their communities in ways of their own choice.
Well, I have a penpal in Nepal? I bet she had experiences with bullying!
You guys are doing a great job finding examples of bullying! How is your thinking geared toward a global audience?
And I met Maria online from Peru! She is our age, she probably deals with these things too!
I've absolutely dealt with bullying! Kids in schools all over the world deal with different types of bullying.
Students are collaborating within the classroom. They found a problem that they needed to solve, and began to construct a way to solve it.
Wow! Thanks Maria, you really helped us learn alot!
The teacher has taught these students how to be responsible digital citizens. They recognize when websites aren't school appropriate.
Now that we have a deeper understanding of bullying, we are ready to begin our advertisement!
The teacher guides students with questions, rather than answers. Students develop answers a ways to find answers on their own, and with a global mindset.
These students used Skype to solve a problem and seek another person's perspective. The students were empowered by real life experiences. They developed a conceptual knowledge of bullying and how it affects real people.
The students have taken ownership of their learning. A community of collaborative trust is created because students understand the purpose behind their research.