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Looking for international Skype partners

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Glass May 11, 2010. 12 Replies

As a whole school, we are studying various parts of the globe in Social Studies for the next two months. Each grade has a different continent to focus on: Kindergarten - Australia, 1st - Africa, 2nd…Continue

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Rick Glass replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"We might be coming late to your dance, but my Indiana kids are experienced Skypers. We would be happy to set up a chat with you on a variety of topics. We can share about projects we have done with schools in Israel, India, Taiwan, and many more. If…"
May 11, 2010
Beatriz Lupiano left a comment for Oh the Places
"Hi, I've just sent a message to the Moroccan members of my network explaining the situation and quoting the first two paragraphs of your first post in the "Looking for international..." discussion. I've given them the Twitter…"
Apr 29, 2010
Twitter: @colingally replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Hey there, I could be able to get a Grade 4 class in on this if you are still doing it? We're in Hong Kong."
Apr 26, 2010
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Apr 26, 2010
Oh the Places replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"It's okay. Thanks for trying. I hope she was able to make connections. I've managed to make at least one connection on each continent minus the Middle East so let me know if she needs help."
Apr 23, 2010
Oh the Places replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Hi Beatriz, Thanks for such a great response! I would be thrilled if you could point me in the direction to make contact with friends from the Middle East area. I missed my window for this year, but would love to get something in the works for next…"
Apr 23, 2010
Oh the Places replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
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Apr 19, 2010
Matt Arguello replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Sorry I didn't get back to you. My principal bumped me to next Monday. I'll get back to you."
Apr 17, 2010
Oh the Places replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Thank you both for the responses. I forgot about epals so I will definitely check it out. Looking forward to hearing back from you Matt."
Apr 11, 2010
Matt Arguello replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Hi there, I'm giving some PD tomorrow and might have some interested teachers. I already know of one 6th/7th grade teacher who would like to make some connections in England if possible. Although, I'm sure she'd be thrilled with any…"
Apr 11, 2010
Michelle Gerbrick replied to Oh the Places's discussion Looking for international Skype partners
"Have you looked into epals.com? Our 5th grade spanish teacher is using this work with students in Costa Rica."
Apr 5, 2010
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Looking for international Skype partners

As a whole school, we are studying various parts of the globe in Social Studies for the next two months. Each grade has a different continent to focus on: Kindergarten - Australia, 1st - Africa, 2nd - Europe, 3rd - South America, 4th - Asia, 5th - ancient Middle East, 6th - ancient Egypt, 7th - ancient Greece and Rome.I thought it would be fun and interesting for students to use Skype or Voice Thread (www.voicethread.com) to share with people on those…See More
Mar 31, 2010
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Looking for international Skype partners

As a whole school, we are studying various parts of the globe in Social Studies for the next two months. Each grade has a different continent to focus on: Kindergarten - Australia, 1st - Africa, 2nd - Europe, 3rd - South America, 4th - Asia, 5th - ancient Middle East, 6th - ancient Egypt, 7th - ancient Greece and Rome.I thought it would be fun and interesting for students to use Skype or Voice Thread (www.voicethread.com) to share with people on those…See More
Mar 30, 2010
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At 3:21am on April 29, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Hi,

I've just sent a message to the Moroccan members of my network explaining the situation and quoting the first two paragraphs of your first post in the "Looking for international..." discussion.

I've given them the Twitter ID on your profile here and also your blog address. I've also said you were a member here.

I hope you all get to work on the project

Warm regards,
Beatriz
At 1:37am on April 25, 2010, Beatriz Lupiano said…
Hi,

I saw your reply on Twitter to the discussion on finding international Skype partners -I'll ask one of the Moroccan teachers if it's OK to share some of his contact details with you. I'm almost sure he'll be OK with it.

I'll stay in touch
Beatriz
At 11:08pm on January 11, 2010, Thomas Whitby said…
Damn, I just dumped that project grading App about 15 minutes ago. I didn't think you would show up and nobody else wanted it. Sorry!
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