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Enhancing Science Learning with Technology Resources


for Members

Enhancing Science Learning with Technology Resources

Monday, May 17, 2010

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By


The 21st Century classroom provides an opportunity for new technological tools to improve students’ science understanding. But which technologies are the most useful? Which allow the students to fully explore concepts without distracting from their basic understanding of core concepts? How can teachers learn about these new technologies and how to implement them in their classrooms?

Join other NYC science and math teachers to hear from world class scientific organizations about the technologies they have developed to augment classroom learning about science.

   American Museum of Natural History
   Robert V. Steiner, Ph.D.
   Director, Online Teacher Education Programs
   National Center for Science Literacy, Education and Technology

   New York Hall of Science
   Anthony Negron
   Digital Curriculum Developer

       Wildlife Conservation Society
       Karen Tingley
       Curator of Education
       Central Park Zoo

        Teachers' Domain

        Howard Lurie
        Associate Director - Educational Productions
        WGBH Boston

        Sandy Goldberg
        Director - VITAL New York

    Presentations will be followed by a Science Education Technology Bazaar, where teachers can network and learn about resources at science institutions all around the city over wine and cheese.

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