Promote new project

Do you want to implement and promote a new collaborative project? Are you looking for ideas on how to do it?

Present your ideas to the Kidlink Project volunteers

Suggest your own project in one of our teacher dialogues or by writing a message in Kidlink volunteers will help you build, inform abuot and make your project operational and successfull.

Design your project

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Inviting other teachers

Cooperation between teachers and youth leaders is key for success with classroom projects with youths. When you want to run a project, it is important you talk with other Kidlink volunteer to find more schools for your project and then coordinate activities and time. Contact other teachers in our Kidlink teacher dialog or by looking in our School Google map.

Some of our projects do not require teachers to create student partner groups. But the benefit of the project is increased if there are more participants. It is very much a situation of "The More The Merrier". Here are some things teachers can do to bring in more participants:


  • Invite your grade level partners at school or within your district to participate with you.

  • Invite partners from previous projects to join you in this project

  • Post a message to your twitter list (or equivalent)

  • Mention the project on your school blog (if you have one). Invite your readers to view the work your students have already posted, and encourage them to join.

  • Remember that interesting colleague you met at the last seminar/conference/workshop/class you attended? Invite that person to participate with you


Inform about your project

Kidlink announce about your project on its main pages and Forum. We also encourage moderators to announce their projects on other project mailing lists and registries such as those listed below. Below are some unteresting Urls. Please you are welcome with new suggestions.

1. give presentations (conferences, workshops, meetings) with Kidlink in the title.
2. write articles about Kidlink programs and activities and submit them to many educational magazines and journals. -
3. post our projects on *many* non-Kidlink lists and project registries
4. add more Kidlink e-cards to our database and send (holiday, etc.) greetings to key people and educators.
5. look for and apply for awards... write applications whenever we can