NSTA Web Seminars
NSTA’s Web Seminars continue its program of free online events with an interactive Web Seminar Wednesday, October 11, 2006 from 6:30–8 p.m. Step into the National Science Digital Library's lab—the virtual bone lab, where you and your students can explore specimens online that are otherwise hard to access in the classroom, conduct comparative studies, and manipulate specimens with the help of digital tools. With your sleuthing skills at hand, we will investigate problem-based activities for your students. Suggested grade level is 6-10. NSTA Web Seminars are 90-minute, live interactive learning experiences that use online technologies to allow distant participants to meet with recognized experts, scientists, engineers, and education specialists from government agencies and NSTA Press authors. Seminars are conveniently scheduled for all U.S. time zones to participate, and content and pedagogical experts provide real-time answers to questions.Grant-funded, these online events are offered at no cost to registrants. Because participation is limited, advance registration is strongly advised. NSTA will e-mail reminders to registrants for future seminars just before the event date. For a full schedule of seminar topics, dates and times, and to register, visit http://www.nsta.org/pd/institute.aspxweb_seminars.asp.
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