|Type of Organization||Independent Provider of Content|
|Providing Distance Learning Programs Since||2009|
Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: (406) 550-0292
|About the Content Provider||Inspired Classroom works alongside educators, corporate resource managers and grant writers to create programs that enhance projects, improve learning, and reach educational outreach goals.|
|Program Delivery Mode||Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)|
|Programs are available||By Request|
|Primary Disciplines addressed through programs||Career Education, Collaboration, Community Interests, Fine Arts, Industrial Technology, Language Arts/English, Literacy, Mathematics, Problem Solving, Reading, Sciences, Social Studies/History, Standards, Technology/Information Science, Green Energy|
|Here's what others are saying about our programs||
Teachers and administrators praise our courses and continue to use our programs annually as part of their curriculum. Tia Esposito from Boston College High School writes, “On average our school of 1750 students does 3-5 videoconferences each week with various content providers throughout the world, and I can honestly say, without question, the videoconferences provided by Alter Enterprises were the most engaging we have ever done in our 5 year history of providing videoconference programs for our students."
“The students really enjoyed the Ambassadors (Ambassador Said Jawal of Afghanistan) presentation! This video presentation was so important for me, too. I realize that my own knowledge of Afghanistan was extremely limited. We are all very grateful to have had this chance to learn about Afghanistan and from the Ambassador, himself! The students agreed that he is a wonderful speaker. This was a great experience for all of us. Thanks again for inviting us. We really appreciate the opportunity to be included in this program.”
-Joanne, Moore School
How do you feel student learning was impacted for those who participated in the Lewis and Clark virtual field trip program?
“I had several email me last night about how much they liked it and told me about what they have learned from the videoconference and a link I sent them as a follow-up.”
“This learning activity (Scat and Tracks) created wonderful discussion for my students during and after the conference. The presenter used questioning to help students think critically about animals, producers, consumers, omnivores, carnivores, herbivores and biomass. I highly enjoyed learning the differences between Black and Grizzly bear tracks! As well, I learned a few new pieces of information on distinguishing between wild dog and cat tracks.”
-Miss Robins, Evergreen School, Canada
This was the best virtual field trip yet (to a Montana Ghost Town). The presenter was enthusiastic and really made a connection with the kids. They loved it! (and so did the teachers:)
-Jen, Big Horn County School District #2
My class just participated in the Idita-read dog sled racing video conference. Thank you for this opportunity. My students really enjoyed the video conference.
How do you feel student learning was impacted for those who participated in the Earth Day program?
Some students really enjoyed interacting with content in a new and different way! Students who normally cannot focus on direct instruction were actively participating
-Hedi, Anderson School