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Interactive Communications and Simulations with Jeff Stanzler – TTT118 – 08.20.08

Our guests on this podcast were:

  • Jeff Stanzler. University of Michigan-Flint and Ann Arbor, School of Education, Interactive Communications and Simulations, USA
  • Kurt Hansen, government teacher, Bishop Hartley High School, Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Abbi Gee, English teacher, Da Vinci High School, Jackson, Michigan, USA
  • Traci Gizzi, social studies teacher, Winston Curchilll High School, Livonia, Michigan, USA

Listen to learn about the web-based simulations and writing projects
hosted by the University of Michigan’s Interactive Communications & Simulations group. With the help of university student mentors, students in classrooms around the world are trying to resolve the Arab-Israeli Conflict, or are exploring modern China, or bringing historical figures to life as they debate the world’s responsibilities in Darfur. Hear from teachers and a former university student mentor about an array of projects your students can join as soon as this fall, which offer fertile ground for exercising their creative imaginations, writing with a purpose, and sharing their ideas with an engaged audience of peers.

“arab-israeli-conflict-3,” uploaded on July 20, 2006 by ManilaRyce

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