Monthly Archives: October 2009
To see pictures of the latest Virtual Learning Center activities, make sure to visit our Flickr page:
We have current and past photos of our academies, videoconferences, tele classes, the Midwest Education Technology Conference, and special events gathered in one place. The photos above are of the most recent Ritenour iTEA Cadre I meeting in October. All of the pictures are public and most can be found in Creative Commons!
05/10/09 Limited Space Left in Federal Reserve Bank Videoconference on the First Bank of the United States
We still have space on October 16, 2009, high school students can connect at 10:30 a.m. CT or 1 p.m. CT to learn about the First Bank of the United States. The free videoconference lasts one hour. Register by noon on October 7 with school name, tech name, tech email address, tech phone, IP address, plus the number of participating students and what grade they are in.
During the videoconference, Dr. Andrew Hill, the economic education adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, will discuss the politics, operations, and importance of the First Bank of the United States (1791-1811).
Today author Carolyn Lesser is connecting to Linda Altoonian’s journalism classes at Martin High School in the Arlington (TX) Independent School District for the first of two customized videoconferences.
Carolyn will be discussing the “Plight of Polar Bears” with Ms. Altoonian’s students. She will share her work and her stories of traveling to visit polar bears in their natural habitat. The participating students will then be assigned a writing project to work on between now and the next videoconference connection on October 13. Carolyn will then review the writing assignments and share her critique.
Kansas City Audio-Visual and SMART Technologies invite you to an “Executive Briefing” to discover how new SMART Classroom Suite software can be the heart of your 21st century computer-enabled classrooms at CSD. Spend some time with us and learn how SMART Classroom Suite enhances student achievement and teacher productivity– from creating and delivering lessons, to the engaging and assessing of students.
If you attend this free event at Cooperating School Districts on Friday, October 9, you will have a chance to win a FREE SMART Classroom Suite License for up to 199 students!. If you have any questions, or for more information, please contact Jerry Bernard at (800) 798-5228. Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided. Please send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, October 6.