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Gail Hoskins

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All New Web Site for ENC!
Posted: Aug 2, 2000 5:47 PM
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> All New Web Site for ENC!
>
> The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) has recently launched an
> all-new web site, ENC Online, at http://enc.org. Established by the U.S.
> Department of Education, ENC provides K-12 math and science educators with
> a central source of information about teaching materials, innovative
> ideas, and professional development.
>
> Content on ENC Online has been organized into four major categories. They
> are Curriculum Resources, Web Links, Professional Resources, and Topics.
>
> Through Curriculum Resources, teachers can locate all types of teaching
> materials. Visitors can search using subject words, grade level, cost, and
> type of material to find exactly what they need for their classroom
> situation.
>
> The Web Links area of the site includes ENC's popular Digital Dozen, a
> monthly selection of exemplary math and science web sites. (Teacher can
> now also choose to have Digital Dozen delivered to their email boxes when
> registering with ENC.) Web Links also includes links to sites offering
> lesson plans, arranged by math or science topics.
>
> The Professional Resources area is intended to become a part of a
> teacher's professional support system. A Timesavers section found within
> the Professional Resources area offers a collection of the most popular
> professional resources in one place for quick linking and use. Standards
> and state frameworks are also found under Professional Resources, as are
> federally funded resources, professional development strategies, and
> research articles.
>
> ENC has always created projects and publications on relevant topics for
> teachers. The Topics area arranges hundreds of articles, teacher
> interviews, and selected curriculum resources and web sites thematically.
> Key education issues addressed in the Topics area include inquiry and
> problem solving, integrating educational technology, equity, and
> assessment. These areas include the materials developed for ENC Focus, our
> quarterly magazine for math and science educators.
>
> Lastly, visitors will find news and timely information about workshops,
> student contests, awards and grants, and other developments in math and
> science education.
>
> Visit http://enc.org to see the new web site. Send questions to
> web@enc.org.
>
>
> Gail Hoskins
> Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
> 1929 Kenny Road Columbus OH 43210-1079
> ph 614-292-7708 fax 614-292-2066
> mailto://ghoskins@enc.org http://www.enc.org
>
> Professional Development is not an event, but a culture and climate in
> which we live and work.
>
>
>
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