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Using Microsoft Translator app to help children teach and collaborate with one another. We would love to have others join us.

Microsoft Translator Project

location_on Doncaster, United Kingdom
A UK school and a Finnish one are getting their children to collaborate and communicate with each other by using the app as part of an eTwinning project. The children have regular sessions where they help teach each other about specific language skills and chat. Via the app, the children type their questions in their own language, but it is translated for their peers instantaneously.
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Anyone can submit their innovation to HundrED Open. All information on this page is provided by the innovator and has not been checked by HundrED. Innovation page has been created on November 1st, 2019
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Target Group
150
Children/Users
2
Countries
2019
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Not-for-profit
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Updated on January 28th, 2021
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Communication through instantaneous translation

What we do?

We work together with partner schools to find out about one another using the Microsoft Translator app. We use the safe space area on the app to enable the children to talk to one another securely. 

Why we do it?

Through the app, we are able to communicate and collaborate with people across the globe. We can help our children find out about the world around them, explore new perspectives, ask questions and recognise that people across the world can support their learning and help their understanding.

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November 2019
Innovation page created on HundrED.org
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