How many ways can the ePals Global Community can be integrated into your K12 classroom -- while aligning to common core standards? With the ePals 101 Seminar series, we will demonstrate ways in which teachers can safely incorporate collaboration with classrooms across the globe providing instructional value for your students, from kindergarten through AP.
Whether it's connecting with another like-minded classroom partner who shares your interests and goals in teaching or exploring multidisciplinary, student-centric activities and resources, this webinar will provide you with practical ways to use ePals as an instructional tool. Spanish teachers can find native Spanish speakers. Science teachers can ask for data collection in other locations. Social studies teachers can bring geography, world history and culture to live. ePals projects are free to use. Content from partners like Smithsonian, National Geographic, ONE DROP (English/Spanish/French) and Eduteka (Spanish) are also free.
During this session we would welcome you to share your thoughts and ideas on how you can incorporate ePals into your classroom.
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