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Incorporating cultures into classroom

Incorporating cultures into classroom

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Hello, My name is Jennifer and I am in North Carolina working on a technology facilitator's degree. I am looking for some information about how to incorporate cultures into a standard classroom, especially using technology. My professor wants us to connect with teachers in other countries, but I am not sure how to do this effectively. Can anyone out there help? Jennifer S.

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Betty Ray
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Hi Jennifer - Glad you found Edutopia! We have a lot of resources here for you.

:: How Global Language Learning Gives Students the Edge
:: Global Education On a Dime: A Low-Cost Way to Connect
::Ten Top Tips for Teaching with New Media
:: And finally, a big feature we did in 2008 about global education Education as a Vital Global Marketplace Represents the Future

Hope this helps - there is a ton more on our site. If you go to the Technology Integration page, you will find some additional resources as well.

Anyone else have a good resource to help? It's a bit of a broad question, so if you have more details for us, Jennifer, please feel free to post them.

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