Bring the World Alive in Your Social Studies Classroom

Have you ever wanted to send your students back in History at the touch of a finger?  Come join Teq as we explore Social Studies for the Elementary and Secondary level classrooms and see where SMART Boards can take you that you haven’t been before.

We will be exploring many websites that help bring the past alive. We invite you to bring a list of your favorite sites to share as well.  Our instructors will show ways that you can use the interactive whiteboard to engage your students and encourage interaction with Social Studies content. We will show all the tools needed to make outstanding SMART Notebook files to bring your classroom alive with history.

Both the Elementary and Middle School/High School classes will be offered five times throughout Summer 2012.

Sessions for elementary teachers
Teq Showroom, Huntington Station, Long Island: May 30 5:00-8:00pm, August 1 12:30-3:30pm
SMART Showroom, New York City: August 9 12:30-3:30pm
CNY Teq Showroom, Cicero, NY: July 25 12:30-3:30pm
Kean University, New Jersey: August 14 12:30-3:30pm

Sessions for Middle School and High School
Teq Showroom, Huntington Station, Long Island:  June 5 5:00-8:00pm, August 1 8:30-11:30am
SMART Showroom, New York City: August 9 8:30-11:30am
CNY Teq Showroom, Cicero, NY: July 25 8:30-11:30am
Kean University, New Jersey: August 14 8:30-11:30am

Please visit us our website for a list of all available course offerings this Summer at the nearest location for you and your colleagues to attend.

 

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One Response to Bring the World Alive in Your Social Studies Classroom

  1. uksuperiorpapers says:

    As always it is the teacher and parents who should make education relevant to students. Technology must become an inclusive tool. Where alll can have access to hardware and applicationsif needed.On the one hand I bet using technology is not exactly learning – just as using a remote control does not teach you about tv. We are the slaves to the technology; not the technologist.