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Tags: new technology network, bill burgess, weather models
Hello and good day to you. My name is Bill Burgess a Science Teacher at East Lake School of Integrated Technology. My school opens in 2000 just one of four small schools at East Lake High School outside of Raleigh North Carolina. At the time we were one of three schools affiliated with the New Technology Network based on Napa California. It's a small focuses on project based learning in 21st century skills. I'll give you overview of one of my projects. I'm here my Meteorology(?) Unit somewhat offer the students getting into groups and choosing a city in North Carolina. Read over a letter from a fictional TV station that charges students with producing a TV show that includes an overview of the severe weather w event in a 3 day weather forecast. Throughout the project the students learn how to read and draw weather maps analyze satellite image radar and use computer weather models to generate a forecast. This is usually the first project because student have
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Tags: cmsk12, instructional technology, edtech
This week aspects of what an OS is are discussed in conjunction to Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and 21st Century Skills. CMS has particular needs and reasons why their computer systems run in ie7 and XP. Further more it is a key aspect of 21st Century Skills to be able to ADAPT in this changing field of knowledge and technology. Everyday students and teachers are required to work in multiple OS', and our facilitation of this 21st Century Skill of adapting is going to be the new standard.