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2016 Technology Conference

Technology Training Can Be Fun!

Always a crowd favorite at every educational conference where they present, these two ladies love to have fun, and it shows in every professional presentation they give or book they write. For them, it's more than just a process, it's a calling. Their trainings take the fear out of integrating technology across the curriculum, meeting the needs of the beginner to the most advanced user. As former classroom teachers . . .

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Egg Drop from a Drone

(Physics Lesson)

Recently 5th-8th grade science students at  Montague ISD competed to build egg drop containers to protect their "eggronauts" from the effects of gravity at different heights. All the students were successful in protecting their eggs, some more than others! This was a great way to teach students about gravitational forces, acceleration, and learning to calculate velocity of their projects. In addition, each student . . .

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Summer 2016 Professional Development Catalog

Molding the future of Texas begins with a strong education for all of our children.  The role we play in shaping the lives of our next generation of citizens is invaluable, and will leave an indelible mark on our communities, our state and our nation. Our students deserve our best every day; therefore, we must continue to hone our skills and grow as an educational community in order to meet their needs.  Region 9 . . .

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Contact Us

Region 9 Education Service Center 301 Loop 11 Wichita Falls, TX 76306 940-322-6928 Voice 940-767-3836 Fax . . .

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Texas Regional Collaborative

The Goals of the Texas Regional Collaborative: To provide Texas science and mathematics teachers with support systems of . . .

Region 9 Staff

Accountability & Compliance Micki Wesley, Director Laura McDonald, Instructional Initiatives Specialist Tracy Patrick, . . .

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Directions to Region 9 Education Service Center

From the South: When coming into town stay on Highway 287. Highway 287 will also turn into I-44. Stay on Highway until it splits. you need . . .

Region 9 School Web Sites

Archer City P.O. Box 926 Archer City, TX  76351 Bellevue P.O. Box 38 . . .

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