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Connecting Your Students with the Virtual World
Tools and Projects to Make Collaboration Come Alive




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ISBN 9780367559472
December 31, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
96 Pages 12 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Make the most of today’s technology to give your students a more interactive, authentic, global learning experience! Connecting Your Students with the Virtual World shows you how to plan themed projects for every season, embark on virtual field trips, and get students in touch with other classrooms worldwide. This updated edition includes a key new chapter on taking videoconferencing to the next level for optimal student engagement and collaboration, as well as new chapters on connecting through games and esports and connecting with parents. The book includes a wide variety of standards-based, step-by-step activities you can implement immediately.

Table of Contents

1. Connecting Your Students in 2021 and Beyond  2. Taking Video Conferencing to the Next Level  3. The Practical Guide to a Mystery Location Call 2.0  4. Fall and Winter Projects  5. Spring and Summer Projects  6. Virtual Field Trips Revisited  7. Connecting through Games and Esports  8. Connecting with Parents  9. How Will You Connect?  Conclusion: What Will Your Story Be?

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Biography

Billy Krakower is an educator and a national speaker and consultant. He is also the author of Getting Started with STEM: Practical Strategies for the K-8 Classroom. He can be found at www.billykrakower.com and on Twitter @wkrakower.  

Jerry Blumengarten, also known as Cybrary Man, is a constant learner who is a champion of front-line educators who do their best to facilitate the learning of all students. Jerry taught for 32 years in the New York City school system. He can be found at https://www.cybraryman.com/ and on Twitter @cybraryman1.