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  • WISE - Web-based Inquiry Science Environment
    work on the Web Best of all everything in WISE is completely free More Info Introduction to WISE Join WISE Contact Us Learn about WISE version 4 WISE Members Username Password Latest News WISE4 New and Improved Our new WISE4 learning environment is now available to all users and best of all it is still free We are excited about several new projects and more will be added over the

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/ (2014-08-30)
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  • What Is WISE?

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    Original URL path: /pages/intro/wiseFlashIntro.php (2014-08-30)


  • Join WISE
    and best projects located there along with new teacher support tools Click here to access WISE4 What type of account Create a student account Student Create a teacher account Teacher Students are special WISE has many different users students teachers

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/join/ (2014-08-30)
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  • [WISE] Contact WISE
    the page you found them on WISE staff will be able to resolve your problems more quickly and easily if you provide as much detail as possible Name E mail Category Trouble Logging In Need Help Using WISE Broken Link Misspellings or Factual Errors in Projects Error Messages Feature Requests Java Applets Other General Information Authoring Help General Bug Problem with a particular student or period Operating System N A

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  • WISE News
    Down Time WISE will be unavailable from 2 45pm 4 30pm PST on Friday December 14 2007 WISE will be migrating to another host Data will not be saved during this time Good News The server down time scheduled for Monday December 3 has been canceled We are planning to have our server moved to a managed building in the near future which should eliminate problems such as this Server Down Time Due to electrical upgrading in the building that houses our server it will be unavailable from 3 30 AM to 8 30 AM PST on Monday Nov 26 and Monday Dec 3 We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause for you WISE Server Downtime WISE will be migrating our server on October 18 and 19 you should expect service to be unavilable starting 3pm PDT on October 18 and all day on October 19 New Projects Available Two new projects have been added to the Technology Enhanced Learning in Science library Global Warming Virtual Earth and Modeling Static Electricity The Global Warming project is primarily designed for grades 6 8 and contains some great new models The Static Electricity project is designed for grades 9 12 NSTA St Louis We are looking forward to the NSTA conferece in St Louis Drop by our sessions on Friday March 30 we would enjoy meeting you We will be in Majestic A at the Renaissance Grand Hotel from 12 30 to 1 30 PM What Teachers Say About WISE As a teacher there is nothing better than seeing and feeling the excitement of a studentâ s discovery process ignited Utilizing this technology has helped me to grow as a teacher Priscilla Robinson middle school science teacher My students respond well to how these projects visualize complex scientific processes and they appreciate the projects relevancy to current controversies and health related issues Kathy Benemann high school biology teacher The Wise projects have added a spark to my curriculum a change from the traditional read a chapter take notes format Ellen Fasman high school biology teacher WISE has been a very effective and outstanding addition to my classroom teaching The highly motivating programs have provided meaningful and practical answers to science questions that have always mystified my students My students have made the important connections to big ideas and show a true deeper understanding of the concepts Every school science program should complement instruction with the power of WISE Tom Castro middle school earth science teacher My students are more engaged and help each other learn challenging concepts such as genetics and evolution David Mathers high school biology teacher California Science Teachers Conference Three of the teachers who have run TELS WISE projects in their classrooms share their successes in three separate sessions at the California Science Teachers Conference Thanks Priscilla Robinson Tom Castro and Lauren Nourse you did a great job REMINDER Detach students from last year Welcome back to a new school year This is just a reminder

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/pages/news.php?showItemID=35 (2014-08-30)
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  • WISE News
    Down Time WISE will be unavailable from 2 45pm 4 30pm PST on Friday December 14 2007 WISE will be migrating to another host Data will not be saved during this time Good News The server down time scheduled for Monday December 3 has been canceled We are planning to have our server moved to a managed building in the near future which should eliminate problems such as this Server Down Time Due to electrical upgrading in the building that houses our server it will be unavailable from 3 30 AM to 8 30 AM PST on Monday Nov 26 and Monday Dec 3 We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause for you WISE Server Downtime WISE will be migrating our server on October 18 and 19 you should expect service to be unavilable starting 3pm PDT on October 18 and all day on October 19 New Projects Available Two new projects have been added to the Technology Enhanced Learning in Science library Global Warming Virtual Earth and Modeling Static Electricity The Global Warming project is primarily designed for grades 6 8 and contains some great new models The Static Electricity project is designed for grades 9 12 NSTA St Louis We are looking forward to the NSTA conferece in St Louis Drop by our sessions on Friday March 30 we would enjoy meeting you We will be in Majestic A at the Renaissance Grand Hotel from 12 30 to 1 30 PM What Teachers Say About WISE As a teacher there is nothing better than seeing and feeling the excitement of a studentâ s discovery process ignited Utilizing this technology has helped me to grow as a teacher Priscilla Robinson middle school science teacher My students respond well to how these projects visualize complex scientific processes and they appreciate the projects relevancy to current controversies and health related issues Kathy Benemann high school biology teacher The Wise projects have added a spark to my curriculum a change from the traditional read a chapter take notes format Ellen Fasman high school biology teacher WISE has been a very effective and outstanding addition to my classroom teaching The highly motivating programs have provided meaningful and practical answers to science questions that have always mystified my students My students have made the important connections to big ideas and show a true deeper understanding of the concepts Every school science program should complement instruction with the power of WISE Tom Castro middle school earth science teacher My students are more engaged and help each other learn challenging concepts such as genetics and evolution David Mathers high school biology teacher California Science Teachers Conference Three of the teachers who have run TELS WISE projects in their classrooms share their successes in three separate sessions at the California Science Teachers Conference Thanks Priscilla Robinson Tom Castro and Lauren Nourse you did a great job REMINDER Detach students from last year Welcome back to a new school year This is just a reminder

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/pages/news.php?showItemID=34 (2014-08-30)
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  • WISE News
    Down Time WISE will be unavailable from 2 45pm 4 30pm PST on Friday December 14 2007 WISE will be migrating to another host Data will not be saved during this time Good News The server down time scheduled for Monday December 3 has been canceled We are planning to have our server moved to a managed building in the near future which should eliminate problems such as this Server Down Time Due to electrical upgrading in the building that houses our server it will be unavailable from 3 30 AM to 8 30 AM PST on Monday Nov 26 and Monday Dec 3 We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause for you WISE Server Downtime WISE will be migrating our server on October 18 and 19 you should expect service to be unavilable starting 3pm PDT on October 18 and all day on October 19 New Projects Available Two new projects have been added to the Technology Enhanced Learning in Science library Global Warming Virtual Earth and Modeling Static Electricity The Global Warming project is primarily designed for grades 6 8 and contains some great new models The Static Electricity project is designed for grades 9 12 NSTA St Louis We are looking forward to the NSTA conferece in St Louis Drop by our sessions on Friday March 30 we would enjoy meeting you We will be in Majestic A at the Renaissance Grand Hotel from 12 30 to 1 30 PM What Teachers Say About WISE As a teacher there is nothing better than seeing and feeling the excitement of a studentâ s discovery process ignited Utilizing this technology has helped me to grow as a teacher Priscilla Robinson middle school science teacher My students respond well to how these projects visualize complex scientific processes and they appreciate the projects relevancy to current controversies and health related issues Kathy Benemann high school biology teacher The Wise projects have added a spark to my curriculum a change from the traditional read a chapter take notes format Ellen Fasman high school biology teacher WISE has been a very effective and outstanding addition to my classroom teaching The highly motivating programs have provided meaningful and practical answers to science questions that have always mystified my students My students have made the important connections to big ideas and show a true deeper understanding of the concepts Every school science program should complement instruction with the power of WISE Tom Castro middle school earth science teacher My students are more engaged and help each other learn challenging concepts such as genetics and evolution David Mathers high school biology teacher California Science Teachers Conference Three of the teachers who have run TELS WISE projects in their classrooms share their successes in three separate sessions at the California Science Teachers Conference Thanks Priscilla Robinson Tom Castro and Lauren Nourse you did a great job REMINDER Detach students from last year Welcome back to a new school year This is just a reminder

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/pages/news.php?showItemID=33 (2014-08-30)
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  • WISE News
    Down Time WISE will be unavailable from 2 45pm 4 30pm PST on Friday December 14 2007 WISE will be migrating to another host Data will not be saved during this time Good News The server down time scheduled for Monday December 3 has been canceled We are planning to have our server moved to a managed building in the near future which should eliminate problems such as this Server Down Time Due to electrical upgrading in the building that houses our server it will be unavailable from 3 30 AM to 8 30 AM PST on Monday Nov 26 and Monday Dec 3 We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause for you WISE Server Downtime WISE will be migrating our server on October 18 and 19 you should expect service to be unavilable starting 3pm PDT on October 18 and all day on October 19 New Projects Available Two new projects have been added to the Technology Enhanced Learning in Science library Global Warming Virtual Earth and Modeling Static Electricity The Global Warming project is primarily designed for grades 6 8 and contains some great new models The Static Electricity project is designed for grades 9 12 NSTA St Louis We are looking forward to the NSTA conferece in St Louis Drop by our sessions on Friday March 30 we would enjoy meeting you We will be in Majestic A at the Renaissance Grand Hotel from 12 30 to 1 30 PM What Teachers Say About WISE As a teacher there is nothing better than seeing and feeling the excitement of a studentâ s discovery process ignited Utilizing this technology has helped me to grow as a teacher Priscilla Robinson middle school science teacher My students respond well to how these projects visualize complex scientific processes and they appreciate the projects relevancy to current controversies and health related issues Kathy Benemann high school biology teacher The Wise projects have added a spark to my curriculum a change from the traditional read a chapter take notes format Ellen Fasman high school biology teacher WISE has been a very effective and outstanding addition to my classroom teaching The highly motivating programs have provided meaningful and practical answers to science questions that have always mystified my students My students have made the important connections to big ideas and show a true deeper understanding of the concepts Every school science program should complement instruction with the power of WISE Tom Castro middle school earth science teacher My students are more engaged and help each other learn challenging concepts such as genetics and evolution David Mathers high school biology teacher California Science Teachers Conference Three of the teachers who have run TELS WISE projects in their classrooms share their successes in three separate sessions at the California Science Teachers Conference Thanks Priscilla Robinson Tom Castro and Lauren Nourse you did a great job REMINDER Detach students from last year Welcome back to a new school year This is just a reminder

    Original URL path: https://wise2.berkeley.edu/pages/news.php?showItemID=32 (2014-08-30)
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