Using Unique & Compelling Internet-based Projects
in the Science Classroom

NSTA National Conference
Boston, MA
March 28, 2008


8:30

Welcome and Overview

Discover "unique and compelling" applications of the Internet: Use of real time data, telecollaboration, primary sources and student publishing. These applications engage students in authentic investigations and real world problems. Developed by CIESE, the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education, all projects promote the integration of science, mathematics, technology, and other core subjects.

 
Unique and Compelling Classroom Projects and Resources
9:00

Telecollaborative Projects

10:15
Break
10:30
11:30
12:00

Publishing Student Work on the Web

12:15

Wrap-up

12:30
Adjourn


For More Information:

  • CIESE Homepage
    Learn more about our mission, research-based projects and curricula, and professional development programs.
     
  • CIESE Online Classroom Projects
    Explore all of our K-12 telecollaborative, real-time data, primary source, and engineering projects here. Projects are freely available to all participants worldwide.

       
  • CIESE Professional Development Programs
    We offer a variety of professional development programs aimed at helping teachers utilize unique and compelling Internet-based resources and engineering applications to improve student learning in science, mathematics and other disciplines.
     
     
  • CIESE Listserv
    Join our mailing list to keep informed of upcoming professional development opportunities, online project run dates, and a variety of relevant and timely news items.

  • Engineering Our Future NJ Homepage
    Learn how CIESE is helping schools and teachers use engineering activities to strengthen science and mathematics education at all grade levels.

  • Stevens Institute of Technology
    Find out more about Stevens, located in Hoboken, NJ

 

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