Steven Kimmi from Salina, Kansas, is looking for others who have “storm stories” to share, and has created a VoiceThread for this purpose:
Isn’t the collaborative world in which we live absolutely amazing?! Living as we do now in Oklahoma, I’ve become VERY aware (especially this spring) of how many storm and tornado stories there are in our state. I grew up in Kansas, where there were tornados and bad storms as well, but this spring has seemed particularly bad for severe weather. Steven has come up with a great idea with this VoiceThread.
If you’re looking for student project ideas or want to solicit participation in a student project, as Steven has, consider doing so on one or more of the following free websites:
Are there other places you particularly like as an educator for finding collaborative projects or soliciting others to participate in a project with you?
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