Safety and Citizenship
10 Ways an International Exchange Can Go Wrong
Our friend Jose, from Honduras, has some very practical tips for collaborative projects with another school:
Use of a Wiki
We all use a Wiki almost every day, when we search Wikipedia for information.
- how to use them! Best information is from those who created the product.
What is a Wiki? A spot where multiple people can share information on the web, using any browser, and without knowing any programming language.
link to an example of how a Wiki can be used - in this case, to prepare for a camping trip.
As a Clubhouse participant, teachers can watch this video to
Join WikiSpaces and learn how to edit
. Students will not need to join individually, since their teachers will send us a list, but they will need to know how to edit pages.
Photos & Images
Copyright made easy
- Prezi by Susan Oxnevad
Just the facts please -
. Be sure to click on the Quiz and see if you receive a "certificate"!
- don't take what someone else said as yours.
- free site with many resources, policies, methods for Tech Integration.
An avatar represents you. Teachers know real student identities, but especially students up to 13, we ask you NOT to use your real name. Here are a few sites that are fun and safe.
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