Over the summer, we’ve been talking to teachers about how we can improve the Skype in the classroom experience and making some changes.
We’ve created personalized recommendations for you to explore when you sign in and a new map to help you find teachers and guest speakers by location. It is now possible to search our list of teachers who Mystery Skype by state for those located in the US, and there is a time-zone indicator for all Mystery Skype teachers. We hope these changes makes it easier to find what you are looking for.
We have also put together 26 days of inspiration, advice and lesson ideas to share with you and your fellow teachers. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get the daily updates from A to Z over the next month. Join in and share your own tips and tricks on #SkypeAtoZ.
Look out for an update email in the next few days with our top tips for a successful Skype in the classroom experience.
As always, we can’t wait to see what incredible things you do in your classroom with Skype this year.
Many thanks, Skype in the classroom team
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