You're invited to participate in a simple project that will bring people and classrooms together. The project is based on Rube Goldberg machines, and it uses video to connect the different steps of the machine. (That means that it might be possible to create a Rube Goldberg machine with somebody in a different country using a digital sequence of videos.)
This could be kind of fun because students will probably make stuff. They might even invent a few things. They will also need to collaborate with the classrooms who go before/after them...and that's kind of cool too. Part of the project involves taking a short video or TouchCast of what kids make. (I think Laura Fleming and Ross Cooper might get a kick out of the digital curation part.) If you're interested in being on a team with a few other classrooms you can sign-up HERE. That's all there is to it. So sign-up now and invite a colleague near or far to join you in the #GlobalGoldberg project!
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