On-line Workshop: Science for All

SSmith (edequity-admin@mail.edc.org.at.Internet)
3/5/98 2:03 PM

Forwarded by Susan J. Smith <edequity-admin@mail.edc.org>

The National Center to Improve Practice (NCIP) and
the Urban Special Education Collaborative
is pleased to sponsor an online workshop:


April 3 to May 5, 1998

Designed for K-8 teachers, science specialists, and special education
teachers, workshop participants will learn:

* how to strengthen inquiry-based science units and activities

* effective adaptations and modifications for including students with
disabilities in the science curriculum

* meaningful ways to integrate technology

The workshop will be hosted by Doug Zook, Ph.D., Associate Professor
at Boston University; with Margo Mastropieri, Professor, Purdue
University; Patricia Williams, Assistant Superintendent for Special
Services, Kalamazoo, MI; Alan Field, Special Education Technology
Coordinator, Cambridge, MA; and staff from Project ASSIST (All
Students in Supported Inquiry-based Science with Technology).

Cost for this workshop is $125.00 until March 10. $150.00, March 11 to
March 25. Deadline for registration is March 25. Registration cost
includes NCIP's new video, "Successful Science" and the book, "Inner
Space Journeys to Life on Earth," by Doug Zook.

You must have access to the Web in order to participate. For more
information and a registration form, visit the web site at
http://www.edc.org/FSC/NCIP/Science or contact Denise Ethier at NCIP
(617) 969-7100 x2422 or DeniseE@edc.org.

NCIP is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special
Education Programs to promote the effective use of technology to
enhance educational outcomes for students with sensory, cognitive,
physical, and social emotional disabilities.

new message to this message