I teach high school (11th and 12th grade) American History in New Jersey.  I'm looking to do an interactive lesson with someone from another country.  I'm hoping to bring a different perspective into a very Ameri-centric classroom.

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  • Hi Young,
    Please let me to suggest you a great tool for collaborating in Skype: TAW for Skype - it's an online whiteboard that allows you to use your own worksheets with your students.
    Thank you
  • Hi Young,

    I teach History to 11th and 12th graders at an international school in Thailand.

    We are by no means Americentric. It would be especially interesting if your students wanted to discuss the Cold War, which we study.

    You can email me at:


  • I have contacts with teacher all over the world. Email me at abd we wil talk. I,m from jersey. Let,,s practice by having our students talk about he diferences betwen New Jersey and Colorado. Then w can expand across the world
    • I would be interested in working on something. Currently, I am teaching social studies 11 which is a survey of modern history 1900-present from a Canadian persective. We might consider creating a collaborative exercise using Google sites or docs or Ning.
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