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The 4th Annual Constructivist Celebration at ISTE

Maggiano's Little Italy
500 16th Street
Denver, Colorado
Sunday June 27, 2010

8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Only $60

The Constructivist Celebration is an opportunity for you to let your creativity run free with the world's best open-ended software tools in a great setting with enthusiastic colleagues who share your commitment to children, computing, creativity and constructivism. You might think of this stimulating event as a spa day for your mind and soul!

Best of all, the Constructivist Celebration at ISTE 2010 is being held within a few minute walk of the Denver Convention Center, home of the ISTE Conference.

At the Celebration, you will enjoy five hours of creativity on your own laptop using open-ended creativity software provided by consortium members FableVision, Inspiration, LCSI, and Tech4Learning. Representatives of Consortium Members Generation YES and SchookIT will assist with project development.

Creative computer-using educators deserve to eat like an Italian prince. That’s why this year’s Constructivist Celebration includes Continental breakfast, mid-morning refreshment, three-course Italian lunch and afternoon snacks. This is in addition to the free creativity software and IImagine it!² DVD each participant will receive.

The Constructivist Celebration is an incredibly affordable event! Only $60!

The event ends with project sharing and multimedia inspiration from the producers of the documentary, Imagine it! and Imagine it2.

The Constructivist Celebration features project-based activties geared towards K-12 educators, administrators & teacher educators.

Registration now open!

Space is limited! Register today!


Amazing special offer!

Register for the Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute July 12-15, 2010 in Manchester, NH at the early-bird discount price and receive FREE registration for the 4th Annual Constructivist Celebration at ISTE in Denver.

That's FIVE days of professional learning for just $575!

 

 

Constructing Modern Knowledge
Summer Institute for Educators
July 12-15, 2010
Manchester, NH USA

Constructing Modern Knowledge

Sponsored by:
The Constructivist Consortium
Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation

Alfie Kohn, Deborah Meier, James Loewen, , Peter Reynolds, Gary Stager, Cynthia Solomon, Sylvia Martinez, John Stetson and others featured at Unique Summer Learning Event

Plans are shaping up for an amazing 3rd Annual Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute, July 12-15, 2009 in Manchester, NH USA (near Boston). Register by December 20th and save $75!

In addition to master educators and edtech pioneers, the Constructing Modern Knowledge 2010 faculty includes history educator James Loewen and bestselling author of Lies My Teacher Told Me; popular provocateur and author, Alfie Kohn; MacArthur Genius and incomparable school reformer, Deborah Meier; and children's author, illustrator and animator, Peter Reynolds. Cynthia Solomon, Brian Silverman, Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager and John Stetson round out the amazing faculty.

Constructing Modern Knowledge is a minds-on institute for educators committed to creativity, collaboration and computing. Participants have the opportunity to engage in intensive computer-rich project development with peers and a world-class faculty. Inspirational guest speakers, pre-conference expedition and social events round out the fantastic event.

Constructing Modern Knowledge is about action, not listening to speakers. Attendees work and interact with educational experts committed to maximizing the potential of every learner. The rich learning environment is filled with books, computers, robotics materials, art supplies, toys and other objects to think with.

The real power of Constructing Modern Knowledge emerges from the collaborative project development of participants. Each day's program consists of a discussion of powerful ideas, on-demand mini tutorials, immersive learning adventures designed to challenge one's thinking, substantial time for project work and reflection.

21st Century educators need to develop their own technological fluency and understand learning in order to meet the changing needs and expectations of their students. Constructing Modern Knowledge will help participants enhance their tech skills, expand their vision of how computers may enhance the learning environment and leave with practical classroom ideas.

Spend four cool summer days in New England making puppets roar, robots dance, animations delight, movies move, simulations stimulate, photos sing and leave with memories to last a lifetime!

Each participant receives a suite of open-ended creativity software from Tech4Learning, LCSI, Inspiration Software, FableVision and other members of The Constructivist Consortium free-of-charge for use at Constructing Modern Knowledge and beyond. The software alone is worth the registration fee!

There is also a July 11th preconference Science and History Tour of Boston available for a nominal fee. Explore the future at the MIT Museum and visit the past during a private guided tour of the Boston Freedom Trail.

The institute is less than an hour's drive from Boston in picturesque Manchester, New Hampshire. Free transportation is available from the convenient and affordable Manchester Airport. Discount hotel accommodation has been arranged at the institute venue.

Constructing Modern Knowledge is sensitive to the budgets of schools and educators by keeping registration costs affordable and by offering school/district team discounts. The institute is appropriate for all K-12 educators, administrators and teacher educators - private or public. CEUs are available for an additional fee.

Check out the Constructing Modern Knowledge Bookstore!

Register online by December 20th and save $75

Space is limited! Register today!

For more information, go to www.constructingmodernknowledge.com

 


 The Constructivist Celebration and Constructivist Consortium are not affiliated with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). The Constructivist Celebration is an independent event.
 
       
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