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Tuesday, July 30 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
The Sky's (Not) The Limit: Launching Student Learning with High Altitude Weather Balloons LIMITED

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Come hear how launching High Altitude Weather Balloons has helped us revolutionize our classrooms! This incredible project provides students with opportunities apply math and reading skills in real-life situations, encourages them to communicate with people outside the classroom, requires them to problem-solve and collaborate, and helps them discover our amazing planet.

In this session, we will discuss what a High Altitude Weather Balloon is and how you can incorporate this exciting cross-curricular project into your classroom. We’ll share ways to design the project, align it to the standards, create meaningful learning objectives, and the best resources to use. See how students will drive their learning and work together in this immersive and dynamic experience!

This session is a fantastic learning opportunity for teachers of grades 4-12 and all administrators excited about taking student learning and innovation to the next level!

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Elizabeth King

High Ability Teacher, Concord Community Schools
Elizabeth King is the K-4 High Ability teacher at Concord Ox Bow Elementary School.  She is passionate about helping students engage with the world beyond the classroom walls, and uses technology to facilitate collaborative learning and connect with schools and people around the... Read More →

Ryan Wallick

Concord Community Schools
Ryan Wallick, the K-4 High Ability teacher at Concord East Side Elementary School, loves creating innovative and challenging experiences for students that develop their communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity skills. He enthusiastically uses technology to help... Read More →

Tuesday July 30, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 194

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