70.48 F
Evansville, IN
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Connected Educators Month

Skype in the Classroom

Skype in the Classroom makes it easy for teachers and students to connect with people around the world.  Students can meet virtually to talk with authors, scientists, explorers, classes, and experts.  The site has a list of teachers and guest speakers that want to share lessons and collaborate with students.  Skype reports that there are more than 66 thousand teacher users worldwide.

Skype can be used on a computer, mobile phone, and tablet.  Find the download or app for your device here.

Your class can experience amazing learning opportunities via Skype.

photo credit: i_aint_got_no_id via photopin cc

Related posts


John Wells October 20, 2013 at 6:41 am

I have used Skype before, but unfortunately I have not be able to really repeat it many more times.

Last year, my newspaper staff collaborated with a school in California on a newspaper article about how the midwest was behind the times when it comes to trends. We used Google Docs to write the stories and take notes, but the best was when we Skyped their staff so we could talk about the stories and plan out how we were going to work on the story.

Skype is extremely easy and very user friendly. I hope that I can use it more often in the future.

Jeff Tron (@JeffTron71) October 18, 2013 at 9:05 am

Nice post Dee. What an awesome way to bring an expert into your classroom or connect with a place that would otherwise be impossible to travel to. Thanks!


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: