Connecting Classrooms in the U.S., Middle East and North Africa through Online Projects, a must-see!

I have viewed the recording twice and I think a third viewing would be very useful.

Thanks to their participative approach, Jennifer and Jamal took us on a beautiful adventure about collaboration and sharing. This session is the best tutorial for all these seeking to start online exchange. The transitions were smooth and the talking ratio was balanced. One can not feel that the two speakers are thousands of miles away which is another excellent quality of iEARN projects.

The Chris Stevens Youth Network, on the other hand has given a strong positive push to the ongoing dialogue between the U.S, Middle East and North African countries. From my own expereince, I can tell you that it includes an extraordinary bunch of educators and students. The facilitators including Jennifer Russel, Dina Gergis and Diane Mideness are just amazing people. Whenever we are stuck, they are there for help.

From this session I learnt a great deal from how to get started through how to reflect on one's global project.

Jennifer and Jamal, thanks a million for this marvellous piece of work.



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