Wade Deacon school in Liverpool, England have links with Ghana, Japan, China and now South Africa, and have used eLanguages to store their student’s project work. Videos, photographs and presentations all illustrate the cross curricular exchange work that has been going on in school. You can see examples of the work they've been doing on the Water - Mersey and the Yangtze River
project. What a great way to showcase and communicate a partnership!
It is free to do this, and you can upload and safely store everything you have done on your project online. We can offer you help starting this, so why not follow Wade Deacon’s lead and use eLanguages as your project home?