Information on the rules of behavior and communication on
For this project, students will be using ed-mail to submit
some of the written work and to contact experts in the field.
To sign up for your ed-mail account, go to http://www.edmail.com
and fill out the requested information. (We suggest that students
submit the minimum amount of information and prefer that students
use their first initial of their first name.) To apply for e-mail,
students must have filled out an Acceptable Use Form
and have a valid Internet Card.
A site to consider the dreams of our past, the realities
of the present and our hopes for the future. This collaborative
project includes American Memory Program and the Library of Congress.
Its purpose is to challenge students to explore the American
Dream from the perspective of an historian, a celebrant, and
"Connect with classrooms from 96 countries speaking
98 languages. 11,884 classrooms, representing more than 850,000
students, are now registered with ePALS!" Started in 1996
as Email Classroom Exchange, this site has grown from 10 classrooms
in 4 countries to be the world's largest and most active e-pal
network of wired schools. By connecting with other classrooms
around the world, students and teachers K-12 are able to gain
a sense of what every-day life is like in a foreign country as
well as connect with other classrooms for school projects.