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I wonder how similar or different your school day is! I know we have students taking part that are home schooled, or are from an international school or have a one room school as well as go to university or a normal school.

So this week’s theme is all about school. I am going to give you some suggestions but what you post about is up to you. Use one of my ideas or think of something for yourself. Check out what these three students wrote last year:

  • Kaiya – lunch time choices
  • Brooke – interview a staff member – make sure they know beforehand you will be putting it on your blog for the world to see
  • Maraya – report on an event at school

I have included a few videos and links  you might like to check to give you ideas for posts.

So what could you do for a post this week?

  • Create polls about how people get to school or work, or favourite school subject or …..
  • What is your weekly timetable like, compare with other students – time you start and finish school, number of lessons each day, breaks during the day, days in year you go to school
  • Choices of subjects at school – remember to explain abbreviations you might use eg LOTE , ELA
  • Your dream of what you will be doing once you leave school
  • If you were principal for a week, what would you do? If you were a teacher for a week, what would you do?
  • Research the history of your school and create an about my school page
  • Research a famous person who attended your school
  • Technology in your school
  • What do you do at break times?
  • School bell has gone – what do you do now?
  • Food you eat at school – what is in your lunchbox or your school meal – good activity for taking photos
  • If you could improve your school, what would you do?
  • Your ideal school – maybe include a map of what it would look like
  • How has schooling changed over the last 100 years? Maybe interview parents, grandparents and ask questions about schooling – use an audio app then embed in blog
  • The view outside your classroom window – maybe explain plants that might be seen, the weather, seasons etc
  • Hold a debate about uniforms or school starting times or subjects or …..
  • Anything else that relates to schooling around the world

If you create polls or surveys, make sure you contact me so I can publicize on Twitter to get other classes around the world to join in. Use #17stubc or #globalclassroom if you are doing it yourself.

Check out this gallery of classrooms around the world Remember to click on ‘i’ to get more information about the country and classroom.

Martha Payne’s blog turned viral overnight – check out this interview and her blog about school lunches  Make sure you read her very first posts on her blog.

Collaborate with some other schools to create a video like these global classrooms did – Dancing around the world


Check out how you can connect with other schools using Skype in the classroom – Here is link to Hello Little World Skypers  Perhaps join in some of their projects.

Make more global connections by listening to the archives of recordings from the Global Ed Conference held in 2016. Maybe join the Global Education Network that has over 24000 members around the world. The 2017 conference starts next week.

New bloggers publishing great posts

I loved the commenting post from Sophia, great A-Z introduction by Elizabeth, a challenge from Alicia,

New class has joined the challenge – Ms Blewett’s Crew – lots of great work in the student blogs on the sidebar.

Remember to leave one comment here including  post URL(s) telling me which activity/s you have done. If your post is great, it will be added to the Flipboard Magazine.


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  1. Hey, Miss W. I come to you today to tell you I have completed Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, and I have a link to my blog to give to you so you can come and visit it and then tell me what you think of it…. OH! I almost forgot I also, completed Week 5; Activity 1


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  2. Hello Mrs. W!

    I have finished the challenge. I wrote about what my school day and what it is like.


    Max Meyer

  3. Dear Ms. W,
    I have finished activity of week 5. Today I wrote about the reason why I don’t like our world wide educational system. I hope you will like it
    Here is the link to my post: http://shimwaisd21.edublogs.org/

  4. Hello Ms. W,

    I’ve finished my SBC Week 5 task. Could you take a look at it here? I’m talking and attempting to start a discussion with others about the flaws of our respective school systems.

    Thank you, much love from Dakar!

  5. Hi Miss W,
    I have finished week 5, and I did a school survey. It was really fun, I got to go around asking people what their favorite subject and UA/special was! I hope your having a great week! This week was fun, I like to talk about school and I love school in general! Please check my survey out with the link below!


  6. Hello, Ms. W!
    My students have completed their Week 5 writing activity. This gave us the opportunity to try using Flipboard as a way to compile their writing in one location. Please check us out and if you have any tips on how to improve our Flipboard, please let us know! We appreciate your feedback.


  7. Dear Ms.W,
    I have completed my Week 5 Let’s Talk School activity. I have written about “What’s for Lunch”.
    Please come and visit my post. Please check the following link.



    • Hi, I am Natalie, I read your post, and It was really cool I think being an archeologist would be cool. You should check out my blog. http://nsshe92d.edublogs.org/

  8. Hey Ms. W,

    I just finished my SBC5 and added a pole to my website. I plan on emailing you the link so you can hopefully post it on your twitter. Click here to see my post.

    Have a good day!
    – Nate

  9. Dear Ms. W.
    My apologies for addressing my class teacher in my previous message instead of you.
    Please see my updated message below:

    Dear Ms. W.

    I have completed My Week 5 – Let’s Talk School. I did a post titled ‘My Dream On What I Will Be Doing After High School.’
    Please check the following link:


  10. Hello Mrs. W
    i really liked the choices you gave for everyone to write about, it really gave me more of an idea on what to write.
    what category in these choices would you most prefer blogging about?
    hopefully you can check out my post 🙂 here’s the link to my week 5 assignment http://21kylam.edublogs.org/2017/11/06/sbc5-about-school-dream-job/