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Lepi, K. Madden, M. Cortesi, S, Gasser, U. Get started: Look for 'citizen journalist' reporters on the Internet. They can often be found commenting on or breaking news about unfolding world events. Tap into global knowledge networks. Participation in these networks enables students to develop cross-cultural understanding while addressing global issues, synthesizing information from multiple cultures and collaborating in global teams to responsibly build on existing knowledge as well as generate new knowledge.
There are many online collaborative science projects leading the way. Get started: Contact organizations that allow students to work together on global issues and projects. They offer pedagogical support for educators and engaging programming for students. Engage a global audience through online publishing.
These days, students should not only share their research and ideas through technology within a classroom or school, but also share their learning worldwide through online publishing tools and websites that reach a global audience. To cover topics from global warming to the conflict in Iraq, CSI students are in constant dialogue—using a free blogging program—with student reporters in other countries, such as Bahrain, Belarus, Egypt, Poland, and Syria.
They have also contributed to student newspapers around the world through the PEARL World Youth News Service, a partnership between iEARN and the Daniel Pearl Foundation that acts as an international wire service for publishing youth-produced news articles online and in student newspapers worldwide. Get started: Publishing is as easy as starting a free blog using Blogger or WordPress and other similar programs.
For a more structured—and more advanced—option, consider Oracle Foundation's ThinkQuest competition for students. Integrated global teams tackle world issues and publish research and recommendations for the world.
Harness the power of virtual simulation to understand global complexity and create solutions. Through the use of virtual reality, games, and modeling applications that simulate real-world experiences through technology, students can test out global theories while immersing themselves in the target content. Get started: Ayiti and other 'serious games' on global issues can be found through Games for Change, an organization that promotes digital games for social change. National Library of Australia.
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