Oct. 13, 2009

How to Sell Your Students on Global Collaboration

THE JournalIn this month’s issue of THE Journal, November Learning was highlighted on pg. 16 within the article Boundless Opportunity. In this section, Alan offers three quick ways to get students excited about global collaboration.

Follow this link to read Alan’s suggestions.

One Response to "How to Sell Your Students on Global Collaboration"

  • Sarah Rosedahl says:

    Re: “Make them care.” … Some great examples in Jefferson Parish Public Schools, LA are some of the museum/cultural organization partnership programs that we have started over the past year. Students are creating podcasts for museum audio tours, websites, wikis, and blogs. The students are excited, engaged, and care more about their work because it is used by the museum and shared with the public.

    Information about these programs can be found on this wiki: http://jppss-techneaux21s.wikispaces.com/

    Sarah Rosedahl

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