Integrating Science and Technology: A Natural Connection

In our 21st century learning environment, how can we use technology to bring students closer to nature instead of creating a barrier?  Learn ways to use tech devices such as digital cameras, digital microscopes, iPads, flip cams and more. We will look at ways to engage even our youngest learners, bringing them up close and in contact with their natural world by creating projects that are meaningful and developmentally appropriate. This workshop will be taught by Karen Landsman, a Library Media and Technology Integration Specialist in Hooksett.

To Register Contact:
Ruth Smith, rsmith@nhaudubon.org; 603-224-9909 ext. 313

Who: K-5 Educators
When: November 13, 4:30-6:30pm
Where: McLane Audubon Center, Concord, NH
Cost: $35* members; $40 non-members
*One-year complimentary membership is available at
http://tinyurl.com/m4tbswk

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