Unique & Compelling Internet Applications
for Science and Math Education

New York State Association of Independent Schools
Conference for Managers of Information Technology

November 12, 2004


Overview
Discover "unique and compelling" applications of the Internet: use of real time data, telecollaboration, use of primary sources and student publishing. These applications cannot be replicated without the use of technology and engage students in authentic science investigations where they perform experiments, collect, record and analyze real data, make predictions, and, in effect, become real scientists. 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 Internet Applications

  1. Communication and Collaboration
     
  2. Real-Time Data
     
  3. Publishing Student Work on the Web
     
  4. Primary Source Material
     

More Information:

  • CIESE Online Classroom Projects
    Explore all of our telecollaborative, real-time data, and primary source projects here.
     
  • CIESE Professional Development Programs
    We offer a variety of professional development programs aimed at helping teachers utilize unique and compelling Internet-based resources to improve student learning in science, mathematics and other disciplines.
     

Presenter Information

Mercedes McKay
Associate Director for Instructional Technology
mmckay@stevens.edu
(201) 216-
8063

KEY LINKS

CIESE Homepage
Online Classroom Projects
Prof. Dev. Offerings
Download Presentation: NYSAIS2004.pdf
 

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