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St. Louis area educators, are you already familiar with what the Internet offers, but unsure about how exactly to use it in combination with software applications and Web 2.0 technologies in your classes? The focus of this two-day class at Cooperating School Districts will be to help you create an entire lesson plan from lesson objectives and assignments to teacher and student support materials, all the way to a scoring guide for technology projects. Get tools and a model for technology integration in your classroom.
- Learn easy to use Internet search strategies for you and your students
- Find lesson plans and classroom projects on the Web to use or modify
- Store websites in a free location on the web
- Create lists and/or search engines of approved websites for students
- Learn the “grammar” of the web • Create quizzes online
- Create assignments that require students to use technology
- Find scoring guide templates for technology projects and create your own rubric online
Creating Technology-Rich Lessons to Increase Student Achievement is June 21 & 23, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. It costs $279 for a CSD member and $349 for a non-member. Also, two graduate credits are available, for an additional fee, with this course. Register here.
The last Mental Health series videoconference for this year is on April 14, 2010 and is free for New Links to New Learning members; non members pay $85 per site. BJC Healthcare’s Sara Whitlock will present this one hour professional development distance learning event for K-12 educators from Cooperating School Districts in St. Louis, Missouri on violence in the news. Come and connect with questions!
–> To sign up, phone 314-692-1274 by April 9.
This Just In!: News Violence and the Effects on Young People: around the clock, breaking news is a staple of our culture. We have more access to up-to-the-minute information now that ever before, and so do young people. So, when an event such at the Virginia Tech attack or the failing economy streams nonstop into the lives of young people, does it have an effect on them and their view of the world? Is it a public health concern? Learn when a bounty of information can become too much information, and the role of adults in building resilience in young people.
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