Columbiana ESC and NCOESC would like to invite third grade classrooms from around the state of Ohio to participate in our “Guess What Town” project. This project focuses on the geography of Ohio. Via videoconferencing students will present a total of 10 clues based on the themes of geography (on website listed below) about the [...]
WVIZ and MAGNET Present A FREE Distance Program in High Tech Manufacturing and BioMedical Technology featuring Syncro Medical Innovations.
Syncro Medical Innovations manufacturers and sells the Syncro BlueTube™ to hospitals across the country. This product helps provide nutrition to critically ill patients that cannot eat normally.
In addition, Syncro is actively involved with [...]
Recent studies have shown that approximately 1 in 5 teens have sent or received a sexually suggestive photo via text messaging, a practice known as “sexting.” What teens do not understand are the significant and long-term negative implications such risky behavior can have on them, legally, socially and psychologically. Such implications can be as simple [...]
Date: March 15 (Offered at 9:15 and 10:30) Subject area: Social Studies Grade levels: 7-12 Cost: $75
Every decade, America measures itself through the census process. All U.S. households will receive a census questionnaire in March and Census Day is April 1, 2010. In this program, students will learn about the process and how [...]
New for Spring 2010!
As a part of the “So You Know” series of live, interactive game shows, the Ohio Historical Society is offering
“So You Know The Civil War.” No other period in our nation’s history has captured our interest more than the events of 1861 through 1865. Although this struggle is distant in [...]
2009-10 WVIZ ideastream & Great Lakes Science Center
Special FREE Distance Learning Presentation
Topic: “Medicine Makes the Impossible Possible”
Presenter: Maria Siemionow, MD, PhD, Director of Plastic Surgery Research,
Head of Microsurgery Training or other Cleveland Clinic Face Transplant Team Member
Dr. Siemionow is the first U.S. physician to receive Institutional Review Board [...]
Just released on February 1st, the 21st Century Learning Commons from infOhio is a a unique center of inquiry learning and an environment where everyone can access, manage, and produce information for the 21st century.
Work at your own pace to get up to speed with Web 2.0 technologies and earn graduate credit or CEU’s.
From their site:
“Searching for Black History Month lesson plans, activities and resources? Listen to black scientists. Use social and behavioral science to study the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Trace the blues. And through it all, discover the contributions of African Americans to our nation’s history.”
You can find all the resources [...]
Join InfOhio for a free, interactive video conference professional development workshop for teachers, librarians, curriculum coordinators, guidance counselors and technology coordinators. CEU certificates will be provided.
March Into Women’s History Month
February 25, 2010, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
INFOhio’s Biography Reference Bank, Science Online, World Book [...]
February 17: The Scientific Method
From SOITA Offered at 9:15, 10:30, 1:00, and 2:15 Subject area: Science Grade levels: 5 – 6
Solve problems with the scientific method! Join us as we review the steps and terminology of the scientific method. Students will apply the scientific method to investigations during this interactive videoconference.