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Exciting news! We are upgrading the Skype in the Classroom site to give you easier access to the live learning experiences and connections most important to you.
While we move our existing lessons and profiles to the new site, there may be a few days where you cannot log in to your account. Please bear with us and come back to try again later. It will be worth the wait. We think you’ll like what you see. :-)
If you have any questions, please contact education@skype.net.

Make Global Connections

Join thousands of teachers, guest speakers and virtual field trips to bring real life learning to students all over the world

Hear from teachers and students about how these global experiences make a difference

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Explore the ways you can use Skype in your classroom

Three ways to use Skype in the Classroom

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Collaborate with other classes, no matter where they are

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Find guest speakers and invite them into your classroom

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Take a virtual field trip anywhere in the world

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Collaborate with other classes

There are endless ways to introduce your students to another class on Skype. Try a Mystery Skype lesson, the global guessing game invented by teachers or take part in a cultural exchange. Start a collaborative science investigation or international 
book club.

Teachers have already created thousands of lessons for you to discover, and if you have something else in mind, you can 
create your own.

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Introduce your students to
world-class experts

Skype in the Classroom puts a world of adventurers, scientists, and world-leading experts at your finger tips. Whether you're looking for a historian, an author, or engineer, you're sure to find a fascinating speaker to invite into your classroom on Skype.

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Take your class on a free,
virtual field trip

From Mount Everest's base camp to the bottom of the ocean, Skype in the Classroom offers you the chance to take your
class on an unforgettable virtual adventure. Our partners
include museums, zoos and explorers that make extraordinary experiences free and available to classrooms anywhere in
the world.

Join now to get Skype ad free in your classroom

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Collaborate with other classes

There are endless ways to introduce your students to another class on Skype. Try a Mystery Skype lesson, the global guessing game invented by teachers or take part in a cultural exchange. Start a collaborative science investigation or international 
book club.

Teachers have already created thousands of lessons for you to discover, and if you have something else in mind, you can 
create your own.

Join now to get Skype ad free in your classroom

Icon-round-lectern

Introduce your students to
world-class experts

Skype in the Classroom puts a world of adventurers, scientists, and world-leading experts at your finger tips. Whether you're looking for a historian, an author, or engineer, you're sure to find a fascinating speaker to invite into your classroom on Skype.

Join now to get Skype ad free in your classroom

Icon-round-globe

Take your class on a free,
virtual field trip

From Mount Everest's base camp to the bottom of the ocean, Skype in the Classroom offers you the chance to take your
class on an unforgettable virtual adventure. Our partners
include museums, zoos and explorers that make extraordinary experiences free and available to classrooms anywhere in
the world.

Join now to get Skype ad free in your classroom

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