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Students from (insert the school name here) had the opportunity to predict the weather when (insert teacher's name) class used videoconferencing technology to connect with the Center for Educational Technologies® and Wheeling (WV) Jesuit University.

The students were taking part in STORM-E, a distance learning program. Students became experts in air pressure, humidity, wind, and temperature. Using maps, graphs, and charts during the simulation, students advised "Weather Central" of changing weather conditions. (A quote from the teacher or a student may be inserted here.)

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