If you’ve been reading this blog, you probably know my student Anna. Her comments after each entry truly demonstrate what this blog is meant to be: a conversation. If done well, each entry should begin a dialogue that inspires learning about living well in a world of diverse cultures. I am proud that many students, in addition to Anna, have gotten involved. They’ve been commenting on entries, doing research beyond this site, and talking to each other. Some students even started a global action club at our school, which I am helping to get off the ground. This blog isn’t meant to be about me, but about them. As I continue writing from China this summer, I hope to experiment with even more creative strategies to get young people involved in this exploration of global citizenship.
I interviewed Anna and two other students, Sarah and Juliano, about what they’ve learned through this site. It’s always best to hear directly from the experts, so please view their video blog debut here:
Readers: What have you learned from this blog? What ideas do you have to continue building this site and get more voices involved?