Project

April 11, 2006 - 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Capital IPerceptions of CTE Teachers Concerning No Child Left Behind - Eastern Illinois University, Charleston

Capital IIDifferent Ways to Implement a Health Science Career Cluster. - IOES, Springfield

Capital IIIFrom Large High School to SLC's: The Journey Continues - Thornwood High School, South Holland

Capital IVBuilding Character in Youth - Eastern Illinois University, Charleston

Capital VConnect with Kids - An Effective School Community Education Initiative - River Trails Middle School, Mount Prospect

Capital VIA Discipline Recipe For Success! - Charleston High School, Charleston

IllinoisApplying Constructivist Teaching Methods - Marian Central Catholic High School, Woodstock

Plaza AProject Based Real World Language Learning - Illinois Valley Community College, Oglesby

Plaza BWhy Do I Need To Learn This? - Technology Center of DuPage, Addison

Plaza CIllinois WECEP Coordinators Meeting - Runs from 1:00pm - 4:00pm - Illinois State Board of Education, Springfield

Plaza DCurriculum Revitalization Initiative (CRI) Moving Forward - Illinois Office of Educational Services, Springfield

Plaza FObject-Based Teaching: Linking Complex Ideas To Concrete Hooks - Pro-Act Options, East Peoria

Plaza GFifteen Literacy Strategies Every Teacher Can And Should Use - SREB, Atlanta

Plaza HContextual and Integrated Learning Understanding How The Brain Works - Human Options, Rapid City

Plaza ILife Balance And Problem Solving - SpeakInc., San Diego

SangamonStudent Transition and the Internet - Governors State University/Shedd School, CPS, Chicago

SpringfieldShow Me the Money! engaging students in online portfolio development! - Career Cruising, Madison

Winter Garden RoomTechnology Intensive Mathematics Applications - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign