March 13, 2007 - 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

AmphitheaterRigor and Relevance - International Center for Leadership in Education, Rexford

Arnold PalmerStudents with ADHD are more likely to - Libertyville High School, Libertyville

Ben HoganMapping the Big Picture: Application and More - Midland High School, Varna

Broadway AProviding Access to High Quality CTE and Adding Relevance to Academic Standards - Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta

Broadway BWork-Based Learning: It's Not an Option! - Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, Chicago

Broadway C Practical Strategies to Increase Student Literacy and Achievement - Illinois State University, Normal

CoralBuilding future engineers with robotics - University of Illinois, Urbana

Jack NicklausRecruiting Tips for Elective Teachers! - Warren Township High School, Gurnee

JadeMotivating the Reluctant Learner - East Aurora School District 131, Aurora

Marsalis ISEC 101: The Survey of Enacted Curriculum: How to get started Options - Illinois State Board of Education, Springfield

Marsalis IIWhat are your 14-15 Year Old Students Doing with Their Time? - Chicago Public Schools, Chicago

New Orleans BallroomA Framework for Understanding Poverty - AHA! Process, Inc., Highlands

Preservation Hall AThe NEW Social/Emotional Intelligence: Roadmap for Success! - Pro-Act Options, East Peoria, IL

RubyMake Math Count-Improving Math Scores - Sauk Valley Community College, Dixon

Salon IIPodcasting: What is it and classroom uses. - Newark High School, Newark

Salon IIIInspiring Your Students To Start Career Exploration - Bremen HS District 228, Midlothian

Salon IVHelp Students Own Their Future - Elmwood Park High School, Elmwood Park

Salon VInternships: Development-Recruitment-Promotion - Lake Park High School, Roselle

Salon VICTE Lessons from the Curriculum Revitalization Initiative for Business, Health, Family & Industrial Technology. - Illinois Office of Educational Services, Springfield

SapphireMixed NutsUsing Power Point to Teach at All Levels - Bloom High School, Chicago Heights

Turquoise ABoys, Brains and Books - Partner in Education, Alpha

Turquoise BChemistry of Foods: A Recipe for Integration, Learning, and Fun! - Schaumburg High School, Schaumburg