This blog is part of a project based learning unit created by 5th graders to learn about not only the American Revolution, but revolutions around the world past and present. We would love other classrooms of all ages to join us in learning about revolutions. We believe learning about the past will help us not make the same mistakes in the future and from the looks of it, we have a lot of work to do. We believe that by learning more about ourselves and each other, we will build not only tolerance, but empathy and an appreciation for our differences. We believe, “The world needs what our children can do.” ~Friends School of Baltimore
So please join us by sharing your learning. If you are a teacher, feel free to contact us to have your students’ posts published. If you are a student, please let your teacher know about our site!
We would also love for you to visit our wikispace on the Global Classrooms Projects wikispace page.
If you want to participate, you can find more information there about our project and a link to our Google Doc so that you are signed up!
Our project based learning driving question for our research is: How can we, as investigative journalists, create an online magazine to help others learn about revolutions? Our magazine via Edublogs has been created, now for the research and writing!
“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” ~Malala Yousafzai