Virtually Being There: Creating Authentic Experiences through Interactive Exchanges
English Journal Volume 90, Number 2, ISSN 0013-8274
Describes an email writing partner exchange between preservice teachers and high school students in a tenth-grade English class and from various disciplines across the school, designed to help students develop conversations about writing as a tool for learning across the curriculum. Outlines ground rules for the project, and discusses issues that provided teachable moments. Discusses benefits and offers suggestions. (SR)
Sipe, R.B. (2000). Virtually Being There: Creating Authentic Experiences through Interactive Exchanges. English Journal, 90(2), 104.
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