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Using skype , google hangout and writing mails/letters to help small students in a little classroom to open their eyes to the large world outside

Your Name and Title: Tóthné Bán Gyöngyi „Dondi” School or Organization Name: Primary School Balatonboglár Co-Presenter Name(s): Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Hungary Language in…Continue

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Started Oct 26, 2014

 

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Location (City or Town):
Balatonboglár
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
We like meeting and working with other students all over the world. We write mails, meet via skype or work in different projects. This way my stdunets and me can "travel" round the world and know more about life outside of our classroom window.
I am a:
teacher
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
age 7-14
Web Site (if applicable):
http://dondi.wikispaces.com, www.lifeinourcountries.wikispaces.com
Blog (if applicable):
http://boglarangol.blogspot.com
Twitter Name:
dondi64
Skype Name:
dondi18975

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Fantastic experience

It was the first time I attended in Global Education Conference.  I worried a lot, because I am not a presenter, just an everyday teacher who teaches small children in a very small place. For me  it was a fantastic experience to hear others talking about the way they collaborate with other children , schools organisations  in other parts of the world. I got some great idea I am going to use in the future with my students. For me, living in Hungary it was a great adventure to attend in a…

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At 5:21am on September 25, 2011, Prof.Fani Bhusan Das said…
  I request to sign the petition "Replace Violent Time with Peace Time" for UN to take action in the site http://www.change.org/petition/peacetime so that PEACE prevails in the world.
Please also ask all your friends in the facebook to sign this petition.
At 12:46am on April 24, 2010, saba khan said…
Hi
i saw you are interested in class collaboraton
i am interested too, my students age range from 8-9 and we are having water as our topic this july
At 11:15am on April 6, 2010, Karen Ditzler said…
I work with many classes with kids ages 6-11. Many of them use Skype in the classroom to connect with other classes. Email me if you would like to set something up. It would be neat for the students to teach each other about their language and how to say some things. karenditzler@gmail.com
At 3:06am on April 1, 2010, Maria Mugisha said…
We are having a wild life trip Friday 2nd. So, immediately after the Easter Holiday i will get in touch and we get started. Yes we can meet, but i am in Uganda, lots of Miles away, i think its going to be much fun for the children and us. Learning most of the time has to have fun in it. Hope to talk very soon.
At 3:36pm on March 28, 2010, Maria Mugisha said…
Nice meeting you, lets go.

Maria.
 
 
 

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