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Roxanne Glaser, i2i Technologies
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Day 1, Tuesday 

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

12:20-12:45 PM MST
Dedicated to lifelong learning and anchored by our rich collections, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History engages our diverse community through creative,
vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest.



Manhattan School of Music

12:50-1:15 PM

Manhattan School of Music launched its groundbreaking Distance Learning program in 1996, the first of its kind at a major conservatory. Since then, using

state-of-the-art interactive videoconference technology to enhance MSM students' curriculum, we have also developed programs to connect students, educators and

distinguished artists around the globe. Additionally, our live webstreamed concerts and master classes, featuring MSM student ensembles and acclaimed faculty, now

attract a worldwide audience.


    • Program:  Singing Legends, Dancing Lions: An Exploration of Chinese Music Traditions An Exploration of Chinese Music Traditions program. It’s a very interactive program that will help teach your attendees some Chinese intonation and give a wonderful display of one of our most popular programs.
    • Presenter: Jing Yan, teaching artist
    • Programs listed on CILC
    • Website:  https://dl.msmnyc.edu/
    • Handout: Singing Legends, Dancing Lions - Handout.pdf


Day 2, Wednesday

Center for Puppetry Arts

12:20-12:45 PM MST

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.   

    • Materials

NOTE: trace templates prior to program

      • Print out of penguin feet, head, body

      • 1 sharpened pencil

      • Scissors

      • 1 sheet black construction paper

During the connection

      • Penguin head, body, feet

      • 1 8 oz paper or Styrofoam cup

      • Glue

      • Tape 
    • Program:  Exploring Antarctica 
      Students will build a Penguin Hand Puppet while learning about Antarctica.  The discovery and exploration of the continent, plant and animal life (seals, penguins, whales, and more), and fascinating facts about ice and glaciers (frozen rivers, calving & ice shelves) will be discussed. Striking images of this unique continent are a highlight of this program.  
    • Handout: http://www.puppet.org/pdf/DLSG_Antarctica.pdf
    • Center for Puppetry Arts Distance Learning Programs http://puppet.org/programs/distance-learning-series/
    • Programs also listed on CILC 


LEARNnco Science

12:50-1:15 PM

These forty-minute sessions were developed using established National Science Standards as a framework for fun interaction!  They present science concepts using 
hands on group explorations between the LEARNnco educator and your classroom.


Each location will need the following materials:

      • (2) Cups of Oatmeal (dry) in a Quart Size Plastic Bag
      • Nylon Stocking
      • Water
      • Scissors
      • Large Bowl
      • (5) Small Paper or Plastic Cups
      • Crackers or Cookies
      • Paper Towels


    • Program:  Gross Science
    • Presenter:  Andy Campbell
    • Programs listed on Ohio DLA  and CILC


Day 3, Thursday

Pro Football Hall of Fame

12:20-12:45 PM MST



The Cleveland Museum of Art

12:50-1:15 PM MST

Founded in 1913 "for the benefit of all the people forever". CMA strives to help the broadest possible audience understand and engage with the world's great art while honoring the highest aesthetic, intellectual, and professional standards. 



Links to Past Guest Speakers

  1. Alter Enterprise 
  2. Cleveland Museum of Natural History  
  3. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 
  4. Global Education Motivators 
  5. Global Nomads Group 
  6. KC3 by CILC 
  7. The Paley Center 
  8. Pro Football Hall of Fame 
  9. Shane Howard - Whirlidurb  


Additional Resources 

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123VC:  Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing

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