ERIC Number: ED373779
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
Programs of 1993 Winning Teams: Pioneering Partners.
Pioneering Partners for Educational Technology was created to enhance learning in K-12 classrooms by accelerating the use of educational technology. This document outlines the projects of the 1993 winning teams. The Illinois programs are: "A Travel Log Via Computer"; "Weatherization Audit Training for Teachers and Students"; and "Technology for Everybody's Kid." The Indiana programs are: "Dimensions of Diversity"; "Foreign Language Interactive Videodisc Project"; and "Technology Enhanced Curriculum Horizons Videoconference." The Michigan programs are: "Project Connect"; "Newberry's Telecommunications Link"; and "U.P. Stars." The Minnesota programs are: "Artists and Authors"; "More than a Field Trip: Real World Government Connections"; and "Anoka Quality System." The New York programs are: "Grades 9-12/Adult Education Vocational Training"; "Jumpstart the Classroom through Video Technology"; and "Engineering Studies." The Ohio programs are: "Ohio SEABASE Educational Network (OSEN)"; "Meeting Each Student's Needs through Technology"; and "Project Smart/West Technical High School." The Pennsylvania programs are: "6th Grade Yearbook & Bendersville Bugle"; "Carson Toy and Trinket Company"; and "Chapter I Laptop Computer for Home Use Program." Finally, the Wisconsin programs are: "Teaching Algebra in a Technology Intensive Environment"; "Music and Technology: A Two-Part Invention"; and "Success with At-Risk Students: Thematic Teaching with Technology." (JLB)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Council of Great Lakes Governors, Inc., Madison, WI.; GTE North Inc., Ft. Wayne, IN.
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Information Age; United States (Great Lakes Region)
Note: For the 1992 report, see ED 359 930.