March 25, 2009 - 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Capital 1Using a Web-based Business Simulator to Teach Principles of Business Management - Illinois State University, Normal

Capital 3Economics: From Eek! To Eureka! Integration into Existing High School Curriculum - Cornerstone Academy, Chicago

Capital 4Engaging Students Through Digital Media - McHenry County College, Crystal Lake

Capital 5STEM Nontraditional Occupations Collaboration - Illinois Center for Specialized Professional Support, Normal

Capital 6Effective Assessment Strategies for CTE Classrooms - Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale

GovernorYou Want ME to TEACH CTE Students to READ??? - Valley Education for Employment System (VALEES), Sugar Grove

IllinoisIntegrating the Internet into the Classroom - Illinois Office of Educational Services, Springfield

Plaza APodcasting Your Course - Olive-Harvey College, Chicago

Plaza BMultimedia Applications in Multicultural Education: Applications and Issues - Illinois State University, Normal

Plaza CNanotechnology: Why it is the Next Big Idea - University of Illinois, Urbana

Plaza DEnhance STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with LEGO Mindstorms! - Lemont High School, Lemont

Plaza FGetting Students Engaged and Behaving Positively: "I don't Know" is Not an Answer - Milligan Academy: RSSP, Decatur

Plaza GHigh Expectations Resulting in Greater Academic Success for All Students - Simmons Associates, Sunriver

Plaza HBringing 21st Century Skills to all Illinois' Students - State Leadership Initiatives, Partnership for 21st Century Skills, Tucson

Plaza IMotivating the Unmotivated - Blackburn Consulting Group, Boiling Springs

RubyThe Third R: Relationships with Students - Middle Matters & More, Lexington

SangamonGetting the Disinterested Student Involved in Language Arts - Heritage High School, Broadlands

SpringfieldProject Lead The Way BioMedical Curriculum Overview - U of Illinois Outreach and Public Service, Champaign

Winter GardenStrategies for Successful Co-teaching at the Secondary Level - Carlinville High School, Carlinville