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The One Green Dollar Project:

    
The One Green Dollar Project is a project where students blog about their own personal entrepreneurship experiences. Inspired by the One Red Paperclip idea, I gave each student a one dollar micro-loan as seed money to start their own micro-business. They were asked to figure out a way to take only that dollar and their own creative talents and make a profit. Students will then repay the micro-loan. Any money they make on top of that initial micro-loan they can keep as profit.

To learn more and read the student blogs, click here:

One Green Dollar Project Wiki

 Arielle Scott Interview mp3

Arielle, founder of GenJuice.com speaks with the 7th grade about how to be successful as a young entrepreneur.


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Digital Math Textbook:



Neologism Project:


The Neologism Project is our global collaboration about cultural sea change as seen through neologisms. Wikipedia defines neologism as " a newly coined word that may be in the process of entering common use, but has not yet been accepted into mainstream language." 1

The goal of this project was to use the language of change (neologisms) to illustrate the similar tone and tenor of two specific time periods in two specific places: The Meiji Restoration, Japan and 21st Century U.S.A. and Australia.


Students partnered up with other students and used social networking sites to collaborate on a digital presentation about their word. The final results were recorded via Voicethread: