Traveling Classroom Foundation
Wednesday April 26th 2017

Getting Involved

If you are interested in education, especially distance learning through the Internet, you might want to get involved in a similar project with your school. You may also want to know more about the Traveling Classroom project and how you can use our resources to accomplish your goals.

The weblog format that you see in the current version of our web site is intended to provide easier access to students and secure moderation for teachers. It also enables us to present multiple Traveling Classroom projects on the same site.

We would be pleased to share any information and curriculum materials developed through this project. All you have to do is let us know who you are, where you teach, and how we can contact you.

If you have an idea for a remote teaching project that would fit into our “adventure/travel” format, we can show you how to accomplish your objectives . . . and we may be able to host your project on this site. We are now actively seeking new teaching associates.

If you want to contact us regarding a new project, please send a summary of your proposed project and briefly describe how it will address curriculum requirements.

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