Educator fosters learning connections through videoconferencing

03/14/2010 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

An elementary-school teacher in Indiana is using videoconferencing technology in the classroom, enabling her students to connect with peers and others nationwide. The sessions are organized by Two Way Interactive Connections in Education. During one videoconference, the students chatted with students in New York City about a book both classes had read.

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