Globalization Course Uses Chalkup to Connect with Sister Class in Egypt

Tucked away in serene Andover, New Hampshire lives Proctor Academy. A picture of New England - fall foliage and all - this independent high school is home to 360 innovative, spunky, and thoughtful students.

Last year Proctor Academy Teacher and Technology Integrationist Adam Jones had a brilliant idea to get his students connecting outside the limits of rural New Hampshire.

With the help of former colleague Lynne Kenney, Adam’s globalization students had the unique opportunity to work alongside a class in Alexandria, Egypt. The goal was to connect students across the world, share ideas, and root the course’s curriculum in real-world events.

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