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Looking For Ten High Schools Internationally Who Would Be Willing To Video Conference Weekly

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At 11:39am on April 20, 2010, yoram orad said…
Michael Hi

I don't know about any potential partners for your request of debates, but I'll try to find out through the next few days, hoping to find for you something. Anyhow, I would like to get some more information about these debate and mock trials conferences.

At 11:58pm on April 19, 2010, Ruth Sheffer said…
HI Michael
I am definitely interested but it really depends when you are starting.
Because we are grinding to the end of our school year now (June 20 is the
end of the year) and most of my students have exams and only come to lessons
whenever they don't have an exam.
If you intend to begin after the summer vacation that's fine.
My school is a technological high school Ort College in the campus of the
Hebrew University. WE have from grades 9 (but only one class) through to 12.
Classes are around 30 kids and of very varied ability from the weakest to
the very strongest.
I usually have 4 different classes from different grades.
We have labs but I have never tried video conferencing.
Please let me know if this is at all helpful
At 11:06pm on April 19, 2010, Nava Gilad said…
Hi Michael, I have sent your message to some high school teachers in Israel ( to Ety Brietbard from Ort Israel as well - she's Classroom2.0 member too)
Please let me know if anyone got back to you or if I need to look for others.
At 10:19pm on April 18, 2010, SusanTsairi said…
Hi Michael, thanks for your message. I will be happy to put out your search for highschool classes to video conference with, among my colleagues in Israel. Could you send me a little more info?

I took a look at your network, think it's a great idea with a lot of potential.
At 3:42pm on April 18, 2010, Michele Lattanzio said…
How do you want to work this? Our Antigone debate will be on Monday, so this is obviously out of the question. What are your students' interests? We could have them debate on a current event. My students are very excited. Do your students debate often?
At 7:28am on April 11, 2010, Michele Lattanzio said…
I am interested in beginning a mock trial for Antigone. My students are going to begin researching this week for information. Is this something that interests you?
At 8:27am on January 20, 2010, Laura Gonzalez said…
Hello, Michael!

Thanks for colleaguing me! :)


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