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Has Videoconferencing Come of Age in Your Classroom?

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Has videoconferencing come of age in your classroom?

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Create Your Own Content with Videoconferencing

Here’s one way to cut travel costs for field trips. A dozen broadcast journalism students from Howe, Oklahoma, public schools made the forced migration of Native Americans come alive earlier this year for youngsters 1,600 miles away in Irasburg, Vermont.

Your Age, On Mercury

Interactive activity allows earthlings to calculate their ages on other planets, counted in the other planets' days and years. You type in your birthday, and the site calculates your age in days and years for the other planets of the

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The Time has Come

  cc licensed flickr photo shared by Mike Keran     A year ago, I remember reading about our educator friends who were struggling with school budget devastation. In order to reach a manageable  budget number, positions were lost, class sizes grew, supplies were trimmed, books were not ordered and as

Colorado District Embraces Videoconferencing

Colorado’s largest school district is finding ways to spread teaching expertise across schools and save time and transportation costs with mobile and desktop video solutions from Polycom, Inc., provider of open standards-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C).

Interactive Videoconferencing

Question: More of our teachers are asking about how they can participate in interactive videoconferencing with their students. Do you know of some websites we can use to find organizations and programs offering videoconferencing opportunities for students? The IT Guy says: Three good sources are the IDeaS

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Ready or not, here IT comes

According to the “2009 Horizon Report K12 Edition,” the future may actually be closer than it appears. The report is the second in a new series that analyzes emerging technologies for their potential impact on and use in teaching, learning