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Events

Jan 30 2015

Walt Disney Animation Studios Presents Big Hero 6

Jan 30 2015

Become a Student Ambassador for NYIT

Jan 29 2015

My New York Odyssey: Then and Now

Jan 28 2015

Featured Photos: Winter Storm Juno

Jan 26 2015

Plan for the Snowstorm Ahead

Jan 31 2015

Speed Tech Conference 2015

Jan 31 2015

Women’s Basketball Alumni Day & Game

Feb 02 2015

Career Services Monday Workshop: Avoiding Mistakes in CVs and Interviews

Feb 02 2015

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

Feb 03 2015

Annual Middle East Alumni Dinner


Cyber Enabled Learning
 

Cyber Enabled Learning:
Digital Natives in Integrated Scientific Inquiry Classrooms

This video is the description of the National Science Foundation support project (Cyber Enabled Learning, Grant #1020091) to guide teachers how to use ICTs to develop students' new literacy skills in the science classrooms. The project was presented at the 2014 Boston NSTA conference, delivered by New York City public school science teachers Marvin Cadornigara, Elizabeth Whelan and Joshua Ng. They are participant teachers in this project.

 

 

This project is funded by the National Science Foundation, grant # 1020091. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

 

 


Updates - Cyber Enabled Learning
Jun 09 2014

Presentation at the 2014 NSTA Boston Conference

Three teachers in our project presented at the 2014 Boston National Science Teacher Association Conference annual conference. Their presentation is about how to guide teachers using ICTs to develop students' new literacy skills in the science classrooms. Presenters are Marvin Cadornigara, Elizabeth Whelan and Joshua Ng. In this video, teachers will learn what is the new literacy framework, why students need to learn new literacy skills, what is ICTs, and what tools can be adopted in the classrooms. Teachers then explained how they integrated these tools in their classrooms, and demonstrated students artifacts. If you are interested in technology integration and literacy integration in the science classroom, this is a must-see video.
Jun 07 2014

A teacher’s successful story

Many of our teachers encourage their students to conduct scientific inquiry activities through the knowledge and skills they learned from this project. Following is one example, wrote by our cohort 3 teacher Lidia Fuego, a science teacher from I.S. 349. She took several students to present their exit projects to Columbia University for a STEM Science Fair Project Showcase. Two of their projects won first and third places. Following please read the letter from Lidia Fuego.
Jun 07 2014

Cyber Enabled Learning Module Materials Updated

We have updaded the complete module materials for the first and the second module. Please find them in the PD Modules page. Teachers who are interested in adopting these modules can find the resources, rubrics, and ICTs tutorial video clips that can support your technology integration.
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