Groups4Schools integrates video, voice, chat, application sharing and white boarding into typically static, text-based online classes, group work or the traditional classroom to enhance the learning experience through greater collaboration and interaction.
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Walnut Middle School
At Walnut, character is not something we simply talk about, our character is something students and staff refine on a daily basis, as we strive to become role models for those around us. Our character education efforts have been recognized with two national awards. In 2003, Walnut was named a "National School of Character" - one of ten in the nation and the only middle school to be recognized. Again in 2005, the students and staff were recognized for their character education work when Walnut was named an "Operation Respect National Model School" - one of five in the nation and, again, the only middle school to be recognized. The students and staff are proud of these national recognitions and continue their commitment to character education.
Are you a globally connected educator? Are you a student keen to "learn with the world, not just about it"? We invite you to watch, listen, and share as we explore new ways to connect, share, learn, and collaborate globally.
LSU College of Engineering at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge HSTEAP is an engineering program for teachers that is intended to aid educators in the pursuit of understanding engineering and developing curriculum strategies that support and strengthen science, technology, engineering and mathematics understanding and interest in high school classrooms.
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Prince Edward Island provides high quality programs and services so that all Island children can enjoy positive learning and development experiences from birth through to the end of Grade 12.
Science Atlantic (formerly APICS, the Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences) is a charitable association of 18 post secondary and research institutes in Atlantic Canada with a mandate to advance science education and research at the undergraduate level.
Our activities are organized by professors and students according to their science discipline. Activities include annual conferences in nine disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields, lecture tours by notable scientists, awards recognizing research and science communication skills, travel assistance for students to attend conferences, and workshops for faculty.
Science Atlantic has built their own private branded community to service their needs. We welcomed the opportunity to expose their organization to our resources helping them in making a decision to build and brand their own private science community.