Project

April 9, 2002 - 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

CoralRead, Write Well - Chicago Public Schools, Chicago

Duke EllingtonFinancial Knowledge for Investing - Financial Players Center, Champaign

EisenhowerOnly the Job Shadow Knows Which Career to Follow - Southland Education-to-Careers Partnership, Harvey

JadeExtending the School Experience to Include Local Business Partnerships - School Dist. 25, Arlington Heights

JeffersonConstant Renewal: Staying Connected is Hard Work! - Schaumburg High School, Schaumburg

LincolnBright Futures - East Aurora High School, Aurora

Louis ArmstrongMass Media Project - Martinsville Community Unit School District C-3, Martinsville

Marsalis 1The Aspen High School Health Sciences Academy Project - Moraine Area Career System (MACS), Oak Lawn

New Orleans BallroomListening Skills - Capital City Speakers Bureau, Springfield

Pete FountainSTAR-Online: (Every Teacher Can Use Technology) Supporting Teachers with Anytime/Anyplace Resources - Western Illinois University, Macomb

RubyWeb Pages and the Classroom: as the Doctor Says, "It'll Only Hurt a Little." - Warren Township High School, Gurnee

Salon IIIBuilding Lifelong Career Development with One Complete Online System - National Career Assessment Services, Inc., Adel

Salon IVSay Yes…Five Tools for Idea Generation and Problem-Solving - Capital City Speakers Bureau, Springfield

Salon VWhat's Happening with Dual Credit/Enrollment: National and State Trends and Models - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign

Salon VIMagic - More Ways to Be the Houdini of Your Classroom - Peoria High School, Peoria

SapphireSuper Saturdays - Indian Valley Voc. Center, Sandwich

Turquoise AStandards Alignment Made Easy - Georgetown-Ridge Farm High School, Georgetown

Turquoise BConstruction Trades Fair - Grundy Area Vocational Center, Morris

WashingtonInfusing Pop Culture into Classical Literature - Neuqua Valley High School, Naperville