- to flipped learning for students
- to create tutorials for teachers
- to record a Google Hangouts session with speakers, guests, special events
- to collaborate with up to 10 classrooms from my district, state or across the country
- to collaborate with up to 10 other educators from across my district, state or across the country
HERE is my presentation about using Google Hangouts at NCCE 2015. It contains step by step picture directions! YAY!
- Mystery Skype
- Skype with an Author
- Virtual Field Trips offered through Skype in the Classroom
- Connecting and learning with one other class
1- Working on a history project using Skype
This is a story of 7th grade students who have used Skype as a part of their history project that resulted in their collaboration with the curator of the National Museum in Canada
2- Using Skype to help a classmate join classroom from homeRead this post to learn how a 4th grade class used Skype to help a classmate with leukemia become a part of the classroom from her home.
3- Connecting two classes using Skype
learn how this teacher brought two classes, who had been tweeting all semester, to finally get together and meet face-to-face via Skype.
4- Using Skype in classroom language
Find out how this teacher used Skype to help her students learn a foreign language from native speakers of that language.