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  • Nov/Dec 2003: Featured in TEACH Magazine's Tenth Annual Professional Development Supplement of what is "innovative and useful for the Web".

    TEACH is a print magazine that has been published since 1992. Our circulation is 22,000, the magazine reaches around 90,000 teachers across Canada, and is sent to every school board. Their audience is K-12 educators and administrators. Their URL is http://www.teachmag.com.

  • Meridian has been included in the Directory of Open Access Journals, DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org This directory covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. DOAJ is provided by Lund University, Sweden, and is supported by OSI, (Open Society Institute) and SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition).

  • From Now On, The Educational Technology Journal by Jamie McKenzie included the Meridian site in it's New and Noteworthy for March 2003. http://www.fno.org/mar03/covmar.html

  • Education World (R) has reviewed the Meridian site -- and gave it an "A" rating! You can find the complete text of that review at http://www.educationworld.com/awards/2002/r0802-19.shtml

    Education World is a Web site for educators and school administrators. We select and review sites with that audience in mind. On behalf of all net-surfing educators, we thank you creating such a valuable resource for the education community.

  • Middleweb – Brenda Dyck’s article, "And the Streets Were Paved with Gold," which was featured in the Silver Issue of Meridian, http://www.ncsu.edu/meridian/sum2002/fieldtrip/ was recognized in the “Of Particular Interest” section of Middleweb http://www.middleweb.com/mw/aaOfPartInt.html

    Middle grades teacher Dyck describes how she and her students experienced Ellis Island on a virtual field trip.


  • April 15-April 22, 2002: Featured in this edition of Education Bulletins at http://www.enc.org
    Electronic Journal Looks at Technology in the Middle School Classroom

    ENC Online is visited by thousands of educators daily. There they find access to the largest catalog of math and science resources (books, CDs, videos, kits, tapes and more) in the nation. In addition, the site offers the full text of ENCs quarterly magazine and links to other publications and national and state standards. The site also links teachers to web sites offering a wealth of instructional resources for K-12 classrooms. The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education (ENC) is funded by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education. Their URL is http://www.enc.org.

  • April 2002: Meridian has been recognized by MiddleWeb!
    The article by Michael Grant, Getting a Grip on Project-Based Learning, which is a research-based article published in Meridian (Winter 2002), was featured by Middle Web. http://www.middleweb.com/mw/aaOfPartInt.html


  • November 2001: Featured in TEACH Magazine's Eighth Annual Professional Development Supplement of what is "innovative and useful for the Web".


  • TEACH is a print magazine that has been published since 1992. Our circulation is 22,000, the magazine reaches around 90,000 teachers across Canada, and is sent to every school board. Their audience is K-12 educators and administrators. Their URL is http://www.teachmag.com.


  • June 29, 1998: Invited to present as a featured practice at the National Institute for Science Education (NISE) Graduate Education Forum

  • January 30, 1998: The Internet Scout Project has chosen Meridian as one of the premier Internet sites for "discerning Internauts." Meridian has been recognized for its "unique focus: to help demonstrate to middle school teachers the best ways of applying computer technologies to classroom teaching and learning."

  • March 1998: The School Page selected Meridian as one of the best "hot spots" on the web for its innovative method of "introducing educators to the possibilities of applying the latest technologies to teaching and learning in the middle school."

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