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Horizon Project 2008
Welcome to the Horizon Project 2007
Horizon Project is a finalist in the Edublog Awards for Best Educational Wiki
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This is a collaborative global project between classrooms in diverse geographical locations. See the
wiki of the award winning
Flat Classroom Project
for more information and a takeaway handout about both projects.
Horizon Project Awards Ceremony
took place on Wednesday May 30. Congratulations to all students for participating in this challenging online, collaborative and global project. A special congratulations to those who won awards for best wiki pages or best multimedia artifacts or best approaches to online learning in the judges awards section and the teachers awards section.
Thank you to the
team of experienced educators
from around the world who gave up their time to view and assess the students' work for the
Horizon Report 2007 Edition
New Media Consortium
Learning Initiate has outlined 6 trends they believe will be impacting college and university campuses within the next five years.
The key trends identified in the Horizon Report:
New Scholarship and Emerging Forms of Publication
Massively Multiplayer Educational Gaming
This project is a trip to the future where we envision, create, and discuss what this future will look like with classrooms around the world.
Classrooms Collaborating April/May 2007 (
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(Camilla, GA) Grade 10 Computer Science (
) Class Blog:
Vienna International School
(Vienna) Grade 11 Information Technology in a Global Society (Barbara Stefanics)
International School Dhaka
(Dhaka) Grade 11 Information Technology in a Global Society (
Presbyterian Ladies College
(Melbourne) Grade 10 Digital Innovation (John Turner) Blog:
Shanghai American School
(Shanghai) Media Literacy (Ed Kidd) Blog:
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