5th graders at Badger Elementary School in Wisconsin are having a Live Class on Healthy Foods and People’s Life with South Korea through IVECA Intercultural Virtual Schooling.
Written by Jen Zettel, Post-Crescent Media.
GRAND CHUTE – Students at Badger Elementary School wouldn’t normally report to class in the late afternoon or early evening. But Tuesday was an exception.
That’s when fifth-graders gathered to say “good morning” to friends and pen pals in South Korea — where it was 8 a.m. Wednesday.
The students at Badger connected with a school in South Korea through IVECA International Virtual Schooling. The technology allows students from different countries to communicate on a secure blog site.
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