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Last month a high school English class at Sandvika VGS, one of Norway’s most technologically advanced high schools, published a book titled Connected Learners: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Global Classroom. An American teacher, Ann Michaelson, who blogs about teaching using Web 2.0 tools, collaborated with the students using OneNote, SkyDrive and Google Docs to write this simple, practical guide for teachers on exactly what to do with digital devices in the hands of each student, and why. They are selling the book on Kindle for $4.99 to earn money for a class trip. (via Teens Publish a Guide to Web 2.0 Teaching and Learning | Digital)

Last month a high school English class at Sandvika VGS, one of Norway’s most technologically advanced high schools, published a book titled Connected Learners: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Global Classroom. An American teacher, Ann Michaelson, who blogs about teaching using Web 2.0 tools, collaborated with the students using OneNote, SkyDrive and Google Docs to write this simple, practical guide for teachers on exactly what to do with digital devices in the hands of each student, and why. They are selling the book on Kindle for $4.99 to earn money for a class trip. (via Teens Publish a Guide to Web 2.0 Teaching and Learning | Digital)

The Danish minister of education is quoted: “I am happy that we as the first country in the world had the vision to let students use the internet during their exams. The internet is an integrated part of students’ everyday lives and education so this development is natural. The experiment shows there is a range of positive effects.”