Planning a Global Project




Project Name

Project Partners


Real World Connection

Enduring Understandings

Standards and Associated Goals

Measurable Objectives

Assessment Strategies


Student Decision Making


Activities, Timelines and Milestones

Technology Integration



Showcasing Project

Finding a Partner and/or Joining a Project

Choose the kind of project you would like to do:

  • Cultural exchanges 
  • Solving a social or environmental problem 
  • Virtual field trips 
  • Exploring parallel histories 
  • Literature exchanges (common folk tales, themes, etc.) 
  • Healing projects 
  • Disaster relief projects 
  • A day in the life of 
  • Visual and performing arts projects 
  • Learning a second language 
  • Web Buddies 
  • Keypal, penpal, email exchanges 
  • Collaborative virtual museum
Connecting Classrooms Around the World

Next determine whether you would like to join an existing project or independently plan a project with a partner in another country.

Choose to join a project if:

  • You don't have a partner in mind
  • You've never done a global project before

Plan an independent project with a parner if:

  • You have done other global projects
  • You know a teacher in another country you would like to partner with
  • You know someone who can match you with a teacher in another country

Even if you have a partner teacher, you may wish to join a project togethre.

For a list of potential projects you can join see Module 3 in the Global Project Based Learning Course

Open your Project Planning Template and enter the projects name. View the online template here.