Students speak about success of global project

As part of the evaluation of this project, I interviewed a few students to get their feedback. You have no idea how long it took me to convert the interviews to film and embed them in this blog. Sorry about background noise. We will also ask all students in the global cohort to give feedback in a survey. Stay tuned!


Filed under network literacy, networking, Social learning, Web 2.0, writing

3 responses to “Students speak about success of global project

  1. Great job Tania! I truly enjoyed watching and listening to your boys describe their feelings about the project. Your videos will be such a great motivator to show to any future groups who might start a similar project. Thank you so much for your marvellous effort! I’m still in the middle of organising my student feedback and thoughts for my blog but I promise, it will be done this summer!

  2. Thanks, Sinikka. Did you notice that one of the students mentioned the amazing cafeteria in America? I think they got it mixed up with yours in Finland. How did you go making sense of the Australian accent?

  3. Maybe he mixed it up although there was also a picture of a lovely huge American school cafeteria amongst the lot.
    Actually I had no problems understanding the accent – interesting to hear if it will be as easy for my students.

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