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If you wish to participate in a video enrichment or take one of our on-site workshops via video, please contact your Information Technology Specialist.

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Celebrate Student Reading Event with Another Classroom Participate in 15th Annual Read Around the Planet

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Collaborative Events | 0 comments

Read Around the Planet 2015 – A Celebration of NEA’s Read Across America [February 23 - March 6]! **REGISTRATION NOW OPEN ** K-12 language arts teachers and students are invited to participate in the 15th Annual Read Around the Planet 2015 international event that provides an opportunity for teachers and students around the globe to cross traditional classroom boundaries in celebrating literacy and reading. Through the use of real time point-to-point videoconferencing technology the event connects classrooms (students) around the world...

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Classroom Invited to Participate in COSI’s Live Knee Replacement Programming December 19th

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in High School, Science | 0 comments

EduTech has one slot available for December 19th programming of the COSI Live Knee Replacement! Performed by an orthopedic surgeon from Mount Carmel Health System in Ohio. This interactive videoconference opportunity is in partnership with the Center for Science and Industry (COSI) and a great learning experience for students who want to find out more about medical professionals within a hospital operating room.  Programming cost per school is $174 payable to EduTech. Connection time begins on Friday, December, 19th at 9:30 am  with...

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ND K-12 Classrooms Invited to Explore a Hidatsa Earthlodge via Distance Learning

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Content Providers, History | 0 comments

The Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Park Site contains visible remnants of historic and prehistoric American Indian villages representative of the Northern Great Plains. Last occupied by the Hidatsa and Mandan in 1845, the 1800-acre unit includes a visitor center, museum, film, bookstore, a full scale furnished earth lodge, several miles of hiking trails and a full range of education programs. Hidatsa Earthlodge program via videoconferencing Park Rangers describe the home of the Tribes of the Northern Great Plains from the...

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