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K12 Internet2/Videoconference Program Booklet 2009-2010

 

These North Dakota organizations look forward to providing education outreach programs to K12 students both in and outside of North Dakota! Download a copy of the progam booklet above to learn about the programs available this year.

Remember these details as you plan to include a videoconference-based content program in your curriculum:

  • Program content is available for grades K-12, and is aligned to state/national standards,
  • Programs are approximately 50 minutes in length,
  • Teacher and student lesson materials may be provided. Check with the content provider for more details,
  • Program fees vary and will be charged to the school by the content provider. There are no additional technical fees for programs delivered by videoconference to schools in North Dakota,
  • Scheduling of the videoconference event and technical support is provided by EduTech.

 

Videoconference Content Program providers 2009-2010:

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site (NPS)

This national park site contains visible remnants of historic and prehistoric American Indian villages representative of the Northern Great Plains. last occupied by the Hidatsa and Mandan in 1845, the 1800 acre unit includes a visitor center, museum, theater, bookstore and a full scale furnished earthlodge. There are several miles of hiking trails and a full range of education programs available. The video conference programs offered by KRIV will take participants on live tours of the site. Topics for this year include Hidatsa Gardening and The Venerable Bison.

Program cost: Free

To Register for Knife River Content Programs

(minimum of two weeks prior to requested program date)

Contact: Craig Hansen, Education Specialist

Phone: 701/745-3300

Email: craig_hansen@nps.gov


NDSU  North Dakota Forest Service

The ND Forest Service Information and Educaiton Program helps to foster stewards of all ages with the skills to make wise decisions about the conservation and use of our forestry and related natural resources. NDFS program topics for this year include Smokey Bear and Living with Fire, Environmental Exchange Box, and People, Prairie and Trees.

Program cost: $25/class per 50 minute program

To Register for NDFS Programs

(minimum of two weeks prior to requested program date)

Contact: Glenda Fauske, Education Coordinator

Phone: 701/228-5446

Email: glenda.fauske@ndsu.edu


State Historical Society of North Dakota

Located in the capitol city of Bismarck, the State Historical Society has a wealth of resources available for students to learn about the history of North Dakota, its people and culture. Program titles for this year include: Early People of North Dakota, the Capitol of North Dakota is Bismarck, Fur Trade, Homesteading in North Dakota, Native American Dwellings, Learning U.S. History Inside and Out, and Inventions, Innovations & Adaptations.

Program cost: $25/class per 50 minute program

To Register for SHSND Content Programs

(minimum of two weeks prior to requested program date)

Contact: Marilyn Snyder, Curator of Education

Phone: 701/328-2692

Email: msnyder@nd.gov

 


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