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Come See Us at ISTE in San Diego, June 24-27th


ISTE 2012

We’re going to be at ISTE 2012 in San Diego, CA June 24-27th. Come by our Booth #5949.

Thursday

Jun 14

2012

Don’t Forget: Workshop on Using PhET in HS Chemistry on June 7th in Centennial, CO

On Thursday, June 7th from 9-12:30 PM, Trish Loeblein, PhET K-12 Specialist and Evergreen High School physics & chemistry teacher, along with a chemistry post-doc from PhET will be holding a workshop at the Instructional Support Facility (ISF) for the Cherry Creek School District in Centennial, CO on how to incorporate PhET into your high school chemistry class.

Space is limited. Please contact Mary Bartholomew at mbartholomew@cherrycreekschools.org to register for the workshop.

Cost: $10 (pay at door)

Location Details:
Instructional Support Facility (ISF)
Cherry Creek School District
5416 S. Riviera Way
Centennial, CO 80015

Monday

Apr 30

2012

PhET Webinar on Tuesday, April 24th at 3:45 PM PDT

Teachers, join us for a free introductory webinar on how to use PhET.

The presentation will be about 35 minutes with some time for questions. Sponsored by Oregon Virtual School District, the webinar is free and open to everyone.

Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Time: 3:45 pm, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
Meeting Number: 928 566 534

To join the online meeting:
1. Go to https://oregoned.webex.com/oregoned/j.php?ED=180718897&UID=0&RT=MiM0
2. If requested, enter your name and email address.
3. This meeting does not require a password.
4. Click “Join”.

To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link: https://oregoned.webex.com/oregoned/j.php?ED=180718897&UID=0&ORT=MiM0

To join the audio conference only:
To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the meeting, or call the number below and enter the access code.
Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-877-668-4493
Call-in toll number (US/Canada): +1-408-600-3600
Toll-free dialing restrictions: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf
Access code:928 566 534

Wednesday

Apr 18

2012

Texas Instruments to Preview Adaptations of PhET Sims at NSTA Booth #336

TI will preview adaptations for a selection of PhET simulations, that when used with the TI-Nspire CX’s interactive graphing capabilities, color screen and computer software, will bring middle school physical, life, and earth science concepts to life. These activities will be available through TI’s Science Nspired online resource center, free of charge, in Summer 2012.

See these new adaptations at Texas Instrument Booth #336 at the 2012 National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) National Conference in Indianapolis, March 29 – April 1.

Wednesday

Mar 28

2012

Workshop on Using PhET in High School Chemistry Class

On Thursday, June 7th from 9-12:30 PM, Trish Loeblein, PhET K-12 Specialist and Evergreen High School physics & chemistry teacher, along with a chemistry post-doc from PhET will be holding a workshop at the Instructional Support Facility (ISF) for the Cherry Creek School District in Centennial, CO on how to incorporate PhET into your high school chemistry class.

Space is limited. Please contact Mary Bartholomew at mbartholomew@cherrycreekschools.org to register for the workshop.

Cost: $10 (pay at door)

Location Details:
Instructional Support Facility (ISF)
Cherry Creek School District
5416 S. Riviera Way
Centennial, CO 80015

Friday

Mar 9

2012

PhET Webinar February 15th at 2:00 PM Mountain

Sign up for the newest PhET Webinar brought to you by the ISTE.

Using PhET Simulations for Science Inquiry: Free, Researched, Web-Based Resources

The PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado provides a free website of research-based simulations designed to support student learning through active engagement, including Energy Skate Park, Salts and Solubility, Gas Properties, Density, Circuit Construction Kit, and Build an Atom. The simulations are free, and can run from the PhET website (http://phet.colorado.edu) or downloaded to a local computer for offline use. This webinar will offer an opportunity to explore some of the PhET sims and collaborate with other webinar participants to investigate productive ways to incorporate these in your curriculum. Also, learn how to access lesson plans that PhET team members and other teachers have used and submitted to the Teaching Ideas database.

Thursday

Feb 9

2012

We’ll be at American Association of Physics Teachers

AAPT2012

See PhET Director, Kathy Perkins, at the AAPT Winter Meeting in Ontario, CA February 4-8. She’ll be giving an invited talk on Monday Feb. 6th at 6:30 PM on “Teaching Physics with PhET Simulations: Engaging Students and Increasing Learning” Session CE02.

Tuesday

Jan 24

2012

Archived PhET Webinar

Did you miss our webinar on November 15th?

Using PhET Simulations for Science and Mathematics Inquiry
Trish Loeblein, PhET K12 Specialist and Evergreen HS Teacher
Noah Podolefsky, Research Associate

The archived webinar is posted at The Middle School Portal 2: Math and Science Pathways project website.

In this webinar, we
1. focused on the middle level learner;
2. explored mathematics and science simulations such as Energy Skate Park, Equation Grapher, Estimation, Arithmetic, Density, Circuit Construction Kit, and Build an Atom;
3. investigated productive ways to incorporate PhET sims in your curriculum; and
4. learned about how to access lesson plans that PhET team members and other teachers have used and submitted to our Teaching Ideas database.

Friday

Jan 6

2012

Noah P. on How to Use PhET

Noah P

Here’s a copy of PhET research associate, Noah Podolefsky’s talk Using PhET Interactive Simulations to Enhance Science Learning.

Thursday

Nov 17

2011

PhET Webinar November 15th at 6:30 PM ET

Using PhET Simulations for Science and Mathematics Inquiry: Free, Researched, Web-Based Resources
Trish Loeblein, PhET K12 Specialist and Evergreen HS Teacher
Noah Podolefsky, Research Associate

Join the room using this URL up to 15 minutes before the webinar starts:
http://bit.ly/PhETWebinar

In this webinar, we will:
1. focus on the middle level learner;
2. explore mathematics and science simulations such as Energy Skate Park, Equation Grapher, Estimation, Arithmetic, Density, Circuit Construction Kit, and Build an Atom;
3. investigate productive ways to incorporate PhET sims in your curriculum; and
4. learn about how to access lesson plans that PhET team members and other teachers have used and submitted to our Teaching Ideas database.

Thursday

Nov 10

2011