Maze Day 2007

| tags: blind, enabling technology

Update: Maze Day 2008 will be April 30, 2008.

Maze Day has been postponed until Spring 2008. Many school districts are unable to come on December 6th so we're going to postpone the activity until late Spring 2008 (around the time we've held it before). We apologize to those (few) of you who have already committed to coming.

Maze Day is for visually impaired students in grades K-12, parents and teachers to enjoy fun and educational computer applications. Lunch will be provided. Free!

Registration is limited to the first 70 students.

Date: December 6 POSTPONED Time: 9am until 2pm Location: Sitterson Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill campus (click here for directions)

Forms you will need:

Registration - Each group must register.

Photo Consent - We will only include your children in photographs of the event with your permission.

Experiment Consent - High school and middle school Maze day participants are invited to participate in a fun research study during Maze Day. This study is part of an activity called Metric Olympics where you will estimate the sizes of different things. Not only will you win prizes, but you will help researchers understand how students learn about size and estimation. Interested participants should read and sign the consent letter. Join us in having fun while helping out researchers