with Technology Showcase Day
first hand how effective use of technology promotes an
inquiry-based learning environment leading to increased
student participation and achievement in the K-12 classroom.
With over 15 years experience
utilizing technology in the classroom, and having worked
with over 10,000 teachers throughout the world, CIESE is
delighted to offer this FREE workshop to demonstrate how technology
can be used in your schools to achieve improved student performance
These half-day sessions
will focus on the integration of technology into the K-12
mathematics and science classroom. Participants will discover
research – based professional development programs that:
meet the No Child Left
Behind Highly Qualified Teacher requirements
address both New Jersey and National standards with
a focus on core science and mathematics concepts
- assist K-12 teachers
in integrating and implementing technology resources into their
science and mathematics classroom
teacher content knowledge and instruction
- increase student
participation and achievement in science, math, and reading
will also discuss professional development programs that:
customized, grade-appropriate workshops for
middle, or high
graduate credit and hours towards the NJ “100 hour” professional
join us for an information session one of the following days:
March 10, 2004 from
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
March 17, 2004 from 2:00 pm to - 5:00 pm
Sessions will be held at The Stevens Institute of
Technology in Hoboken, NJ
Learn More About Our Programs!
Savvy Cyber Teacher®
Professional Development Program
Teacher® is a thirty-hour teacher professional development
program aimed at helping teachers utilize 'unique
and compelling' Internet-based resources to improve
student learning in science, mathematics and other
Courses are targeted to elementary, middle and secondary grades.
Technology In Mathematics
Education Program (TIME)
The TIME program is a
forty two-hour professional development program designed to
integrate technology into the Mathematics curriculum
in grades 5-8. Participants learn first-hand how to use a variety of software
that engage students in problem- solving activities.
you would like to join us for any of the above sessions,
please register by either downloading the Registration
Form below, or by contacting Meg Turner by phone,
(201) 216-5655 or by email, email@example.com.
Form is available in both MSWord
format, and PDF
format, which is readable by any computer. Adobe
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