How do you connect your students with others around the world?

We are living in a globally connected society, but often our classrooms can be very isolated. Students are sharing within the four physical walls but not beyond. 

Communicating, sharing and collaborating with others can be a great way for your students to have an authentic audience for their work. It can also be a way for them to learn about people and places they might never get to see in the physical world. Developing a deeper understanding of the diversity of our world is also possible too. Join us for a discussion about why it’s so important to connect your students. We will be sharing specific strategies you can take to connect your classroom to the world too!

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Eduro Learning FB Live: How to Connect Your Students to Others Around the World

Why should you connect globally?

How can you get started?

Step 1: Start Small

Step 2: Connect Yourself

Step 3: Connect Your Class

Most importantly, for all of these options, focus on the learning – what do you want students to know and be able to do – rather than the tool.

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