Wednesday, August 7, 2013

ePals Global {Tech on Tuesday ~ on a Wednesday}




Last week I posed a challenge to you and promised to include many ways to tear down your classroom walls as part of my Tech Tip Tuesday posts.

{If you've been around long, you'll notice this got a facelift as well along with a name change.  Tech on Tuesday sounded better to me.}

Here is my first tip on how you can make your classroom more global.  Watch the video below on ePals Global Community.





I'd love to hear from you if you have already used this website OR if you give it a try this year!

Don't forget to register for the Pi and the Lost Function giveaway that ends tonight!  Click HERE.


Enjoy :)





3 comments:

  1. Hi there!
    Thanks so much for the resources! I saw this lesson on Pinterest and want to use it in my room! I love the design and idea of your blog. I'm excited to be your newest follower. I've nominated you for a Liebster Award. You can get more information on how to accept the nomination at my site. Here is the link:
    http://technologyuptospeed.blogspot.com/2013/08/wow-my-blog-has-been-nominated-for.html
    Jaime Speed--5th grade teacher

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  2. Hi!

    In my teacher education program, we are always talking about being a part of the global community and how we can engage our students globally as well. I really liked this lesson! I would be excited to try ePals in my future classroom.

    -Chelsea

    PS- great blog!

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