From Shore to Shore, or "De Orilla a Orilla" (in Spanish), is an international teacher-researcher project that has focused on documenting promising classroom practices for intercultural learning over global learning networks. Since 1985, Orillas has employed modern telecommunications to promote and extend an educational networking model first developed by the French educators Cèlestin and Elise Freinet in 1924.

Use the menu bar on the left to find out more about De Orilla a Orilla history and projects, get to know some of the teachers and students involved in the network, and join a project if you are interested.


This page is maintained by the Orillas coordinators and webmaster. If you have any questions or suggestions, please send an e-mail to: webmaster@orillas.org © De Orilla a Orilla




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About Us
What is Orillas?
Our Philosophy
Past Projects

Current Group Projects
Math in Our Lives
Other Group Projects
Link to IEARN-Orillas

Getting Started
Tips for Getting Started
Project Planning

Sister Class Partnerships
Culture Packages
Sister Class Activities

For More Information

De Orilla a Orilla
c/o Kristin Brown

847 Arden Dr.
Encinitas, CA 92024
562/985-5806 (msg)


Enid Figueroa, Kristin Brown, and Dennis Sayers


Reinaldo Rivera
Technical Support