Wednesday, November 18 Openings at 9:15, 10:30, and 2:15 (1:00 session is full) Subject area: Science Grade level: 2
Get ready to take an amazing trip around the state of Ohio as we observe plants and animals in their natural habitats! During this session students will have the chance to observe and compare plants and [...]
Monday, November 23 Openings at 10:30 and 2:15 (9:15 and 1:00 sessions are full) Subject area: Social Studies Grade level: 4 Cost: $75 (for schools in our region)
This program will review the culture and contributions of the ancient mound building Native Americans who populated parts of Ohio. The program will focus [...]
If you’re a Bb user at SCOCA, join us for our half hour INFORMAL meeting online – we try to meet every week to look at ways to make Bb more effective in our K-12 classrooms.
All you really need is speakers, you can participate via the chat if you don’t have a microphone. However, [...]
Join NASA to learn how Wilbur and Orville Wright developed and used the “4 Tools of Aeronautics” for flight testing to build a kite, glider, and eventually a working controllable flying machine. Students will learn about the 4 forces of flight and the three axis of rotation to control and then test their glider to land [...]
If you need to test your equipment, you can make test calls to Polycom equipment. This site gives you all the details about their equipment and the IP #’s to dial.
Extracted from their site:
Polycom offers customers global dial-up access to a variety of its video conferencing equipment. The following is a comprehensive regional [...]
Download posters from the CDC…
This program is provided by the McMillen Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana (http://www.mcmillencenter.org/).
The H1N1 Virus, commonly called “Swine Flu”, was declared a pandemic in June 2009 by the World Health Organization. Participants will learn factual information about the virus, how it spreads, and what can be done to [...]
Food, clothing, books and more for kids in need in Appalachia
Last week at the OACHE Conference, I attended a very informal session with Emily Douglas. She is from Columbus but has some deep family roots in our area. When she was 11, she started “Grandma’s Gifts.” I was very impressed with this young [...]
Friday, November 13 From SOITA Offered four times: 9:15, 10:30, 1:00, and 2:15 Subject area: Social Studies Grade levels: 5 & 8 In the mid-1800s, Americans became increasingly divided over the issues of slavery and states’ rights that led to a long and bloody Civil War. This program will explore the key issues and people [...]
Join LACA to learn the history of Veterans Day. Students are introduced to major US Wars and their effect on how we celebrate and honor our veterans. Using the book “The Wall” by Eve Bunting, students will create a classroom “Wall of Thanks” by writing their thoughts and messages to our veterans.
The class is [...]
NOTA/WVIZ/MAGNET Career Awareness Program
Rockwell Automation helps manufacturers succeed and grow with industrial automation control and information solutions designed to give their customers a competitive advantage. From stand-alone, industrial components to enterprise-wide integrated systems, their solutions have proven themselves across a wide range of industries and in some of the most demanding manufacturing environments.