Want to get connected to other teachers in NebraskaMATH? Join our member-only website designed to provide opportunities for Nebraska math and science teachers to collaborate in an online, password-protected environment.
Based on the functionality of social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn, our online community called the Nebraska Math and Science Network has allowed us the opportunity to bring you a private, online environment where you can share lessons, assessments, teaching tips and other ideas, free from search engines.
The new Nebraska Math and Science Network will be restricted to Nebraska teachers and others interested in K‑12 math and science education across the state. Once you become a member, you may join other participants in discussion groups, develop a list of online "colleagues," and share lesson plans, documents, images and other electronic media with all members or only your "colleagues."
If you don't want to log in daily, then to see what is happening in a specific area simply sign up for e-mail notification or RSS feeds of your favorite discussions. The site features a search tool that allows you to find discussions and documents containing your keywords.
The Nebraska Math & Science Network is a great place to:
*Start a small group discussion.
*Ask a question related to mathematics or science instruction.
*Share your favorite lesson plan(s).
*Collaborate and gather ideas from other teachers related to a specific topic.
Our Network is capable of having private discussions with content limited to members of a specific group.
To join the Nebraska Math & Science Network:
Teachers with a school or ESU e-mail account should go to http://www.nebscimathnet.org and follow the link at "Not a Member? Register Now." Within 24 hours, you will receive a verification e-mail. Click on the link to verify your account. You will have access to the site using the same URL.
Individuals who are involved with K‑12 education and do not have a recognizable school/ESU e-mail account, should include their name, affiliation, contact information and the name and e-mail address of a school official who can verify their involvement in K‑12 education e-mail to email@example.com. Login instructions will be sent via e-mail.
After completing the login process, access the site at http://www.nebscimathnet.org using your complete e-mail address and password. Suggestions or questions about the site or problems accessing the site should be sent to Jerel Welker, Nebraska Math & Science Network administrator, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ph3