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Video Conferencing


ASK: Author, Specialist, Knowledge ($)

TWICE partners with various educational organizations around Michigan to bring ASK Author videoconferences to students. ASK (“Authors Specialist and Knowledge”) is an organized process that provides students with the opportunity to interview an author or a subject specialist in the topic they are reading about in a novel. The program uses excellent literature, journal writing and interviewing to promote reading for understanding. 

Buffalo Zoo ($)

Distance learning programs offer a unique opportunity for students in Western New York and throughout the country to see live interactive footage of exhibits, animals, and staff at the Buffalo Zoo without leaving their classrooms!

CAPSpace (Free)
Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (Free)

The CILC Collaboration Center is the venue for educators to meet, create a collaborative project, and share their reflections. Search current and past collaborations or post your own collaboration.
Center for Puppetry Arts ($)

The Center for Puppetry Arts uses the latest technology to offer its award-winning Distance Learning programs for PreK-adult through videoconferencing, webinars, and recorded content. Arts-infused workshops and interactive puppet performances are conducted via videoconferencing and are tailored to specific classroom topics and curriculum for PreK-12 groups. For PreK-5, hands-on puppet building integrates with science, social studies, language arts and other disciplines to create a dynamic, interactive virtual classroom for a unique field trip experience. 
Cleveland Museum of Natural History ($)

Connect your students to Museum programs without leaving your school.  Programs designed for students Pre K and up!
Connect 2 Texas - Texas Wildlife Association  (Free)

Free, interactive, curriculum-enhancing, natural resource programs designed for Grades 1-6, TEKS-aligned K-8.  45 minute programs (includes student Q&A)
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History ($)

Connect with the museum’s awarding winning distance learning program with your classroom technology. We connect with schools in many different ways- via your classroom computer system or videoconferencing equipment-and allow your students to explore science, history and mathematics with our curators, staff and special guests.   
Global Education Motivators ($)

Throughout most of GEM's history there has been the use of modern communication technology to help students get a better understanding of their interdependent world. Recent advances in videoconferencing have taken GEM programming to a new level.
GEM provides IP videoconferencing applications. Though GEM offers packaged videoconferencing programs, most of the programming done in schools is customized through brainstorming with teachers to fit the individual classroom situation. Chose from a program, or call us to develop a personalized program. 
Manhattan School of Music ($)

MSM Distance Learning offers K-12 standards-based music-related programs to public and private schools throughout the country and abroad. National and New York State Learning Standards for the Arts are incorporated into each program's content and design, as are connections to core subjects, such as Social Studies, Language Arts and World History. 
All of our K-12 and Community programs are fully on-demand. They are scheduled to accommodate your school or community, and can be modified for specific grade levels, age groups, and curriculum requirements. We can create new programs that meet your educational goals. 

Yorkshire Video Conferencing ($)

Take your students on a virtual visit to meet any of a number of different characters.  Visit Santa in the North Pole, learn about Vikings from Jorvik the Viking, learn math skills from Sherlock Holmes, meet with a Greek God, a postman, and many more!


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