- Write & Publish our Global eBook
- Continued Viewing in Flipgrid and Padlet
- Optional: School to School Connections
Each school will create two pages in the Book Creator app. We’ve created a template for you to follow that’s pretty faithful to the format and content in our mentor text, If You Lived Here. Please take a look back at that original book for inspiration. We’re hoping to publish an eBook that’s engaging, informative, and also visually cohesive, so it can be a useful resource for readers from this project and beyond.
Some of you have reached out about upcoming school breaks. Don’t worry - we have April breaks too! To accommodate school schedules, the three-week Write & Publish window is more than you will need to complete your eBook pages.
The content your schools have created for this project is so impressive! If your classrooms are like ours, your kids may have been too busy to see all the wonderful posts from the project so far. Please encourage your students to view, reflect, and discuss what others have posted for all four weeks. Tweet your students’ ideas, comments, and questions using the #ifyoulearnedhere hashtag. Watch the hashtag and join the conversation over the coming weeks. We will continue to approve new content on Flipgrid or Padlet if you are catching up. Access content from all four weeks easily on our homepage.
Many of you have expressed interest in continuing the global conversation and pursuing additional collaboration. If this is something that fits your schedule and meets your students’ needs, we certainly encourage you to connect with one another! You can access our password-protected Teacher Directory Padlet from Week 0, but we’ve also created a grid version of the Teacher Directory (also linked above for easy access).
Like the original Padlet, the Teacher Directory grid is password-protected to respect the privacy of your individual contact information. We will email you the password to this page. On the grid, we’ve included a column to indicate whether you’re available for Skyping, blogging, or other collaborative opportunities with project participants. If you do arrange additional collaboration, please tweet about your experiences using the #ifyoulearnedhere hashtag!