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One Day on Earth - worldwide collaborative documentary seeks student involvement

One Day on Earth - worldwide collaborative documentary seeks student involvement

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I am part of a team of educators and filmmakers creating a multi-platform media project with participants in EVERY country.

We will be providing teachers with educational toolkits including syllabi,
lesson plans, demonstrative videos, and slides; for the purpose of
guiding students through the process of shooting a 1-day documentary.
Our course materials are flexible and can be integrated as a project
into any subject, and for any length of time.

Please have a look at our website, and sign up to receive your free educational materials by going to www.101010educate.org and click on the link to sign up for Educational Toolkits.

Check out our trailer:



One Day on Earth - Original Trailer from One Day On Earth on Vimeo.

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Janice Friesen
Technology Instructional Partner for Elementary School in Austin

This sounds cool. I am sharing it with teachers I work with.

Janice

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