Here's great quote:
The high schoolers took a more direct approach. They felt that world peace cannot be obtained without global understanding and respect. Working with a German foreign-exchange student, they decided to collaborate on music composition with students in Germany, entirely online. They “jam-glued” a collaboration site for use by all participants. If they could compose together, they can understand each other better. Collaborative understanding = world peace.
Learning was fun and inevitable. And is ongoing.Economist.com
The question for me is this:
What happens when students actually have a voice?
What would say? And how? And to whom?
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