November 03-05, 2005
The National Middle School Association is holding its annual Conference in Philadelphia. Lucinda Sanders, Kim Overstreet and Roger Mullins will be presenting on "Designing Teachers: UCLA's IMMEX with a Kentucky Twist"
2005 NMSA Conference Presentation
October 28, 2005
Staging a Request to use IMMEX in Your Classes. More>>
October 25, 2005
The National School Boards Association
Is holding its annual T+L2 (Technology * Leadership * Learning) Conference in Denver, October 26-28, 2005. Greg Drake, Jeff Jones, Leanna Prater, and Paula Whitmer will give a presentation on “Think, Solve, Assess: Using IMMEX in the Classroom.”
2005 NSBA Presentation
Kentucky Teacher October 05
Fayette students create word problems for other students around the world to solve. More>>
New York Times Technology Article
03 August 2005
Lucinda Sanders of the IMMEX Fayette Consortium in Lexington, Kentucky is quoted in the New York Times article Software That Lets Teachers Take a Peek. She illustrates the benefits of using software that can track students' progress while solving problems. Select this link to access the article.
ICT Power Users Symposium
URGENT NEWS "Daredevil Train Jump" Becomes Fayette County IMMEX Projects first Problemset to be deployed on main UCLA IMMEX server. More>>
ITEST Feature project of the Month --Fayette County Public Schools IMMEX Project visit>>
IMMEX (Interactive Multi-Media Exercises) in the Classroom ENGAGES STUDENTS in: *scientific inquiry *distinguishing relevant information *planning search strategies *gathering information *reaching decisions that demonstrate understanding. Brochure >>
Karen Gill selected for Presidential Teaching Award
Karen Gill, a
nationally certified physics teacher at
Henry Clay High School, has been
selected a national awardee from Kentucky for the Presidential Awards for
Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAESMT).
March IMMEX Training
The week of March 15th, had the FCPS IMMEX Team busy creating practice problem sets that will soon be fully functional problem sets that will be accessable via IMMEX once they are sent to UCLA and approved in the next few months.
IMMEX Through a Students Eyes
Students in April McGuire's 8th grade class have been using IMMEX this year. Click below to some of their thoughts and comments on this type of activity.
We have created a forum for the users of the FCPS IMMEX Project to get together and share their ideas and thoughts.