Brian McGee, Copyright © 1994
The Electronic United Nations is designed to help classrooms utilize interactive learning by the development of a "classroom country". This classroom country then interacts with other classroom countries around the world in a simulated United Nations. The process will teach students many life skills, integrate the school's existing curriculum, and empower both students and teachers.
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The name, United Nations, has become synonymous for countries working together to solve problems. This is an educational simulation that attempts to teach students how countries work together to resolve problems and the name was used for that reason. It should not be construed that the Electronic United Nations has ANY affiliation with the United Nations in New York.