Step by Step with Vital Signs (Webinar)
Published:April 27, 2010
There is still time to register for Thursday's webinar, "Step by Step with Vital Signs", facilitated by Phil Brookhouse and Vital Signs staff.
Please join us as we partner with Vital Signs once again to bring you a webinar that walks you through the process of an inquiry-based investigation using the real data available on their website. This process involves rigor, relevance, and can cross all disciplines. We will start with an essential question about invasive species in Maine, find pertinent data in Vital Signs, then sort and export that data, organize them using spreadsheets, and, finally, project the results onto maps and into Google Earth. If participants have access to an extra computer, they can follow along, step by step, to see how it works.
Webinars will be offered at 3:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.. You can register online at http://maine121.org/webcasts/. Registrants will receive a link as well as login information.
Registration for May webinars is also available at http://maine121.org/webcasts/.
/> • May 6: Examples of research projects from teachers, systemic, school wide use of research process (Research Process)
• May 13: Publishing and Assessing (Writing Process)
• May 20: Voices That Sing, Voices That Tell (Digital Storytelling and Media Production)
• May 25: The Principal and Educational Technology Leader Team's Role in Teaching and Learning (4:00p.m. only)
• May 27: NO WEBINAR - 2010 Student Conference - hope to see you there!
To learn more about these webinars, please visit: http://maine121.org.
Any questions can be directed to Juanita Dickson at email@example.com.
The MLTI Team