Archive for the ‘Sites to See’ Category

FREE and WORTHWHILE Video Conferences for the Classroom

The old adage is that you get what you pay for so how good can a FREE video conference be?  You’ll be pleasantly surprised!                 Start with NASA! Providing quality programming for more … Continue reading

Through a looking glass

A few weeks ago my parents came to visit from Rochester, NY and my wife and I had a great time showing them our favorite parts of Austin. One of our site seeing stops was the Bullock Texas State History … Continue reading

Oh, The Places You Will Go (apologies to Dr. Seuss) 2012-10-05 13:11:27

 GET READY FOR LEARNING in OCTOBER Events from across the state for your students.  All information from www.tetnplus.net ******************************************************************************** October 09, 2012    10:00-11:00AM CT   Texas State Aquarium: Bioinspiration Audience:   Grades 2-8  We are inspired by the amazing animals at the … Continue reading

Programs for all…

The countdown is officially ticking down. Students will fill the halls for the first day of the 2011 – 2012 school year. Excitement is in the air as a new school year begins! The school year isn’t the only thing … Continue reading

Upcoming events for starting school

Do you hear that? Very faintly, if you listen really closely, you can hear the sounds of students filling the hallways. The first day of school is less than a month away; summer is almost gone! While we will all certainly be happy to see the temperature start to drop, being prepared for the return […]

Sites to see: March

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is offering a few large events for video conferencing Thursday, April 21st – The Adventures of Peter Rabbit Offered at 10:30 and 11:30 for grades K – 3 Tuesday, May 17th – El Vaquero Offered at 10:30 and Noon for grades 3rd – 8th To register for The […]

On a mission…

Just last week a group of teachers gathered at Johnson City High School to experience a project based learning session from the Challenger Learning Center through video conferencing.  They spent the morning engaged on the Hurricane, Evacuation, or Volcano team trying to keep up with the flow of information from NOAA satellites and seismology reports […]