Videoconferencing brings Wis. students together

Students in two Edgerton, Wis., elementary schools are using webcams and whiteboards to get to know each other. Four days a week, for 15 to 30 minutes a day, third- and fourth-grade students use Skype to participate in videoconferences, sharing class activities and projects. Teachers say they plan to expand the project to include videoconferences with students in other states and countries.

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