Thursday, June 25, 2009

Students are using Facebook, Web to talk to one another worldwide

Some high-school students in Maryland are working with teens around the world to expand their cultural horizons and learn more about other countries. "It's far more interesting to hear a person your age tell about the volcano than to read in a book about a volcano," said assistant teacher Natacha Steimer after a student in Guatemala told Maryland children about one he likes to visit. The Washington Post

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