Connecting Teachers across Continents through On-Line Reflection and Sharing
TESOL Journal Volume 9, Number 3, ISSN 1949-3533
An international group of teachers discusses the collaborative development and benefits of an on-line mentoring exchange. Sample e-mail questions and responses are included. (Author/VWL)
Bowman, I., Boyle, B.A., Greenstone, K.A., Herndon, L.D. & Valente, A. (2000). Connecting Teachers across Continents through On-Line Reflection and Sharing. TESOL Journal, 9(3), 15-18.
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