Our Global Classroom

One World, One Classroom




One World, One Classroom

Our Global Classroom believes:

We live in a world where education depicts the future of its successors.

As educators, teaching allows us to change the lives of children, to make them worthy citizens; show them how to be empathetic and to prepare them for the future.

There is a big world just waiting to be explored. If educators don’t innovate the curriculum and integrate the world into their classrooms, some children will never, ever know there is actually a world out there that they can be part of.


34 thoughts on “Home

  1. I think that the learning that is going on in 5/6J is awesome. I really enjoy the days when I get to teach in your room because you really do teach me heaps. Learning is exploring new things and this grade certainly does that!

  2. I love how we are learning new ways to use ICT and the blog is a fantastic way to explore more and more of the world! Thank you Mrs Joyce for being the best teacher I’ve ever had! 🙂

  3. Hello Mrs Joyce and class 5/6. Wow l just love coming onto your blog regularly and seeing what you guys are up to. Learning about the world the way you are is just so great and having such an enthusiastic teacher to do it with is even better. I am in NZ so if anyone wants to know more about this country you can contact me anytime. Have a great year! Chelsea ( Mrs Joyce’s sister) P.S. I am very jealous of my sister (Mrs Joyce) because l love to travel too and she is getting these fantastic trips away and contacts is such amazing places!!!! I want to join her maybe l can sneak in to her bag next time!!!!

  4. I think it is great to introuduce is on the blog because what if anonamous when on our blog? We need to tell them who we are of course! 5/6J is a smart, ready to learn class and whom might make it special? MRS JOYCE OF COURSE! We will learn new thing and try our best in this grade because it is an awesome grade more better than the others. Everyone else better AGREE!

  5. Sue – Tasmania, Australia – Retired middle school teacher keeping my hand in by blogging about my family history research. Volunteering at Rosny Library to help others with their family history research.
    Miss W. says:

    G’day 56J and students,

    Thanks for registering for the September 2013 blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week starting 8th September, when the first challenge is published.

    If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the challenge blog.

    Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages – see list in blog header.

    Feel free to add the 2013 badge to your blog.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

  6. Hi, Grade’s 5/6 Class. Greetings from India! I look forward to reading your entries. I think that having a classroom blog is an awesome idea to stay connected not only to kids around the world, but to adults as well. I know I’ll learn a lot from your insights and ideas!

  7. Hi Friends! We have started our scrapbook and will continue this week. We want to ship it to you by the end of the week so you can learn about Canada. We are all so excited to be learning with you!

  8. read this: There are three children sitting on a log near a stream. One of them looks up at the sky and says “Hey! What is that?” It was a green square shaped ring. Another child said “Its falling!” They all screamed. “AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH” 5 seconds later the ring had reached the earth. It clamped over the whole of earth as a cube. Then it had absorbed itself into the earth. Suddenly a giant screen came out of the ground. It read: GREETINGS. THIS IS THE IFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY. I HAVE COME TO INFORM YOU THAT YOU HAVE NOW ENTERED THE CYBER LAND. HOWEVER, YOU NOW HAVE LOST CONTACT WITH: THE WORLD. GOODBYE AND ENJOY YOUR NEW PLANET. The screen went blank. The children looked around. Their world had now become a flat green plain that had no hills or valleys. All that they noticed was 3 cubes that had been joined together with 3 square poles…

  9. Thanks you for being such a great teacher Mrs Joyce! It has been two years since I was in your class but I still remember all the exiting things we did with people from all around the world!
    From Emmi Gould, Peeramon, Atherton Tablelands, Queensland.😀

  10. .2 In Southern Asia, only 74 girls were enrolled in primary school for every 100 boys in 1990. By 2012, the enrolment ratios were the same for girls as for boys.
    .4 Women in Northern Africa hold less than one in five paid jobs in the non-agricultural sector. The proportion of women in paid employment outside the agriculture sector has increased from 35 per cent in 1990 to 41 per cent in 2015
    .5 In 46 countries, women now hold more than 30 per cent of seats in national parliament in at least one chamber.

    from Cailin Jyde Ratcliffe 🙂 😀 😉 XD

  11. 7. affortable and clean energy
    Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
    .•One in five people still lacks access to modern electricity
    .•3 billion people rely on wood, coal, charcoal or animal waste for cooking and heating.
    .•Reducing the carbon intensity of energy is a key objective in long-term climate goals.

  12. •836 million people still live in extreme poverty
    •About one in five persons in developing regions lives on less than $1.25 per day
    •The overwhelming majority of people living on less than $1.25 a day belong to two regions: Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
    •High poverty rates are often found in small, fragile and conflict-affected countries

  13. Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being
    Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages•

    17,000 fewer children die each day than in 1990, but more than six million children still die before their fifth birthday each year.

    •Since 2000, measles vaccines have averted nearly 15.6 million deaths.• Despite determined global progress, an increasing proportion of child deaths are in sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia. Four out of every five deaths of children under age five occur in these regions. ( : (:

  14. 5. Gender Equality

    Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
    •About two thirds of countries in the developing regions have achieved gender parity in primary education
    •In sub-Saharan Africa, Oceania and Western Asia, girls still face barriers to entering both primary and secondary school.
    •Women in Northern Africa hold less than one in five paid jobs in the non-agricultural sector. The proportion of women in paid employment outside the agriculture sector has increased from 35 per cent in 1990 to 41 per cent in 2015

  15. 6. Clean Water and Sanitation

    Ensure access to water and sanitation for all
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    1•Each day,nearly 1,000 children die due to preventable water and sanitation-related diarrhoeal diseases

    2•Each day ,
    nearly 1,000 children die due to preventable water and sanitation-related diarrhoeal diseases

    3•Each day , nearly 1,000 children die due to preventable water and sanitation-related diarrhoeal diseases

  16. 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

    Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies
    •Take advantage of your right to elect the leaders in your country and local community.

    •Know your rights. In order to access justice knowing what you are entitled to will go a long way.

    •Make your community aware of their rights. Together you can demand peaceful and just conditions.

  17. Narralakes – Teaches Chinese language. Loves family, surfing, fishing, the outdoors and anything to do with China. Works in a great school with a great staff.
    Narralakes says:

    Hey Bronwyn, great site, thanks for sharing your material.

  18. Do the people donate for the lessons?
    Do people donate hijab?
    Did UNICEF donate the the things?
    What kind of Arabic do you teach?
    Do you get payed?
    Do you have an app for it?
    Did you have to learn Atabic before you teacher?
    Do you know other languages?
    Do you teach every country in distruction?
    I infer that:
    They use their bags as desks.
    They have a membership with UNICEF.
    Older kids have to work because their parents are away.
    The classrooms are behind walls so they can be protected.

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