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21st Century Technology in the Math and Science Classroom

When:  March 26 - 28, 2010  [Friday 6:00 pm to Sunday 11:00 am]
Where: Montana Learning Center at Canyon Ferry Lake, Helena, MT

Who Should Attend This Conference?

  • Leading science and mathematics teachers, Gr. 7 - 12
  • Mathematics and science coaches
  • Teachers from rural schools
  • Teachers developing content for different learning styles

Topics
Connecting Your Classroom
 - - The classroom outside the classroom - Moodle, Wikis, social networks, podcast, …
 - - Connecting your classroom to the world - embedding links and videos; sharing to YouTube
 - - Creating digital content - audio, visual, interactive
Open Resources for Math and Science
 - - Open source software - Geogebra, OpenOffice.org, Wolfram Alpha
 - - Open textbooks - CK12.org
Visions for Success
 - - Research on learning with technology - blended classrooms
 - - Innovation vs. Standards - creating a competitive future
 -- Technology in schools - How much? What kind? How open?

Presenters
Team of science, mathematics, english teachers and administrator from the Bozeman School District led by conference program coordinator Paul Andersen (science and technology specialist).  This forward looking and innovative group meets weekly to share ideas for engaging students and improving learning using technology as a tool. 

Check out some of Paul's work on YouTube by going directly to http://www.youtube.com/bozemanbiology or http://paul.theboldstandard.com

HOW TO REGISTER

register
Program and Registration Information (pdf)
Program and Registration Information (Word)

 

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Questions
e-mail
executivedirector@montanalearning.org

Call
406-475-3638