Collaborative Learning Gaining Traction in Classrooms and Libraries
Collaboration, whether between teachers and librarians or classrooms around the world, is fast becoming a crucial educational tool.
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Liberec, Czech Republic
#1 Mar 26, 2010
This is such a cool idea. I think I would've liked to have worked with kids in other countries when I was in school.
#3 Dec 2, 2011
K12 teachers can get a free ePals account: http://www.epals.com/join
They can also get free, teacher-monitored email accounts for students through ePals.
Then teachers can find a partner teacher in another country for a collaborative project, such as The Way We Are or Digital Storytelling. Student work can be posted in the ePals Student Media Galleries: http://bit.ly/StMedia
Without any accounts, students can read (but not write) answers to questions such as "Do wearing glasses make you a nerd?" and "Are there homeless people where you live?"
If you want to learn more, sign up for a free ePals 101 webinar: http://bit.ly/ePals101
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