A Skype Lesson is given around a
certain topic or project, often in a
presentation followed by Q&A format.
Presenters often use the screen share
feature of Skype to share information,
presentations or images. Skype
Lessons also include Skype
Collaborations which are lessons
created by teachers to collaborate with
another classroom on a Skype project.
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