Connect, Collaborate & Share!
International Dot Day is as much about celebrating creativity as it is about connecting and collaborating with fellow creativity champions around the world. If you are interested to connect, start by adding your name and interests here.
- Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/DotClubConnect) !
- Visit the Dot Day Facebook page (facebook.com/InternationalDotDay) to see what others are doing and to share what you are doing on International Dot Day and every day.
- Use the hashtags #DotDay, #Makeyourmark.
We encourage educators interested in sharing student work to secure the appropriate permissions established by your school/district before posting to the Dot Day Facebook page, your school blog or wiki, and other places.
When you register for International Dot Day, please be sure to tell us how you plan to celebrate creativity on International Dot Day and throughout the year. And when you do, let us know if we can share your ideas and plans – there’s no doubt that your ideas will inspire others!
Skype in the Classroom
Many International Dot Day participants turn to Skype in the classroom to connect their students with other students from around the world. Using Skype, students collaborate on classroom projects and teachers share ideas and inspiration to make teaching and learning more exciting and memorable. Visit International Dot Day’s Skype in the Classroom project page.