Thursday, November 30, 2006


I came across Chris Craft's blog today and hope that you all will take a moment to look at what he is doing with his students. In short, his class in South Carolina is communicating with a class of students in Lima, Peru via Skype. This sounds like such an excellent way to help students communicate with students in other parts of the world and learn about other cultures, traditions, etc. I would love to do something like this with my students next semester when I am a full-time student teacher. Anyway, with my 25 page paper looming over my head, I do not have time at the moment to write more, but I encourage you all to check out Chris' blog.

Also, if you are unfamiliar with Skype, take a look at it. I became addicted to it when I was studying abroad last year. It's such a great way to communicate with people all over the world for free or at really low cost. The quality is just as good as a landline and all you need is a microphone and headset.


Tiffany said...

Thanks for the info on Chris' blog. As you know, I'm planning on going to Ecuador next year to teach English--and Skype presents an engaging way to interact with English and American culture. Hopefully there will be internet where I am placed!

snbeach said...

How cool-- I am using Chris this semester in the Tapped In mentorships. I am so glad you found him too.