A month or so ago I wrote an article about Skype in the classroom.
It’s a global project that incorporates hundreds of thousands of students who take part in a variety of shared experiences such as talking with authors, athletes, motivational speakers and entrepreneurs; discovering new cultures and learning new languages.
After I posted the story all I could think of what this could mean for wildlife conservation.
The implications are huge, and wildlife needs all the partners it can get!
Teachers can register their classrooms by clicking on SKYPE