Check out the Challenger Learning Center e-Missions offered to grades 3-12!
Dear Teachers, Technology Coordinators, & Administrators:
Academic year 2009-2010 is underway (hip, hip, hooray!) and the staff at the Challenger Learning Center has been gearing up for another stellar year. Please check out the current list of e-Missions that we offer for grades 3-12 on our website at www.e-missions.net.
Each mission scenario includes a wide range of lesson plans and materials that have been aligned with state and national standards that are ready for you to deliver in the classroom. On mission day, your students will become engaged in a simulated; they will use their math skills and apply their science knowledge to solve real problems. Many describe the e-Mission as ‘the premier distance learning experience’. Exposing your students to these problem-based simulations will give them the opportunity to excel in the classroom and help them become life-long learners.
To realize all the benefits of these programs, schedule a free Teacher Training mission with us via video conference today! I would love the opportunity to discuss any of our e-Mission programs with you and to help you “get connected” with Mission Control at the Challenger Learning Center.
If you have not yet scheduled your e-Mission(s) for this year, NOW is the time! You can complete the attached reservation form and return it to me; or you can reserve your dates/times with our on-line reservation system on www.e-missions.net.
We value each of you and your commitment to quality education and our staff at the Challenger Learning Center will continue to provide you unconditional support in this process. As always, we look forward to working with you to help bring these exciting distance learning experiences to your students. Please contact me and let us help you make school year 2009-2010 the best it can be!
Challenger Learning Center
316 Washington Ave.
Wheeling, WV 26003
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