Videoconferencing opens new doors for student learning

02/28/2008 | Washington Post, The

Videoconferencing is allowing some Virginia students to take lessons from Manhattan musicians without leaving their own school building. Such technology is becoming increasingly popular in schools to give students new opportunities like college classes and virtual field trips. "It's an interactive experience that literally takes away the classroom walls," said technology-resource teacher Adina Popa.

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