Global Village Classroom: The Changing Roles of Teachers and Students through Technology
TLRPTIL Volume 42, Number 5, ISSN 8756-3894
Describes two projects that illustrate students' helping teachers use technology. In the Teacher Resources Under Student Tutors (TRUST) project, middle- and high-school students collaborate with teachers on a specific lesson. In the global videoconferencing SAXophone (Students All over the world eXchaning over the phone) project, middle and high schools around the world focus on building multicultural relationships. (AEF)
Kontos, G. & Mizell, A.P. (1997). Global Village Classroom: The Changing Roles of Teachers and Students through Technology. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 42(5), 17-22.
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