Summary: Join us for a project based upon the book: On the Same Day in March by Marilyn Singer. Classrooms will compare weather with each other. This can be as simple as adding data to the page and writing about YOUR school or you can go a step further and pick out other activities to do. Are you interested in joining the project? The project is located at: http://samedayinmarch2015.wikispaces.com/
Barbara Bush Reading Discovery Program
Join former First Lady Barbara Bush and Discovery Education's Hall Davidson in Reading Discovery live stream on January 29, 10 - 11:15 a.m. CST or a recording afterwards with free registrations. The program will have demonstrations of bringing to life images using an augmented reality (AR) app. Share exciting reading adventures about the engineering of Mount Rushmore related to STEM, social studies and American history from WWI to WWII. FREE Registration here
Target Audience Education: Grade(s): 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 for Language Arts/English, SS/History
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Great social studies distance learning opportunity, by request. To schedule this event, sign up and register at http://www.cilc.org and then go to "Content Provider Programs."
Another great science distance learning event!
What’s the latest news you’ve heard
in the world of nature, science and
technology? Join us live from the Perot
Museum as our staff members talk
about the latest science news stories,
and bring guest speakers from the
frontiers of science to talk about
This is a recurring program that takes place on the second Wednesday of every month at 10:00 AM.
Go to http://www.cilc.org/ to get a free account to register under "Content Area Programs."
The Smithsonian has great monthly webcasts on science topics that you can sign up for at - http://www.mnh.si.edu/calEvents/si-science-how-webcasts.htm.
Their upcoming webcast exploring ecosystem change by plotting with plant collections will be held from 11:00-11:30 on 1/15/15.
Jamie Meola Saponaro @JamieSaponaro email@example.com
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