How can I find and connect my students to an international classroom for collaboration progects?

 I am looking for a easy way to find international or domestic   classrooms to collaborate and share projects and ideas using web 2.0 resources.  I would love to hear other teacher’s experiences ..the good and the bad.

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we've had incredible experiences with uganda and cape town via Noble Kelly and Sharon Peters with education beyond borders and just by fluke with croatia. @abfromz has an incredible glogster site - that might be a great first step.

student 2.0 is a great place for connections as well. epals if your kids are young....
Edublogs has a student blogging challenge that might be nice.

There is always Langwitches Around the World with 80 Schools,

Edublogs also has a list of schools you can skype with. I missed it before, just noticed it now.
ePals is a global community where you can connect your students to classrooms all over the United States and the world. They include ideas for collaborative lessons on the site, too.



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