"Exchange 2.0 - Technology-enabled International Interaction" was developed to help teachers use the Internet to "reach out" globally. These materials were initially prepared as part of the US Department of Education's inaugural International Education Week in November 2000 and were hosted by the US Department of Education. This is the third version of this Guide.
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If you are a student heading back to class in September, should personal electronic devices like iPads, tablets or a smartphone be on your list of must haves? And what happens to students whose parents can't afford expensive technology? CBC tech columnist Jesse Hirsh weighs in.
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