The Department of Teacher Education & CREATE for STEM present: ‘Systematic Change in Science Education: How Can We Get People, the Standards, and the Materials Working Together?' by Dr. Charles Anderson. Dr. Anderson is a Professor for the Department of Teacher Education (in Science Education) here at MSU. This talk will focus on his research on curriculum and development work for the NSF Carbon TIME project.
The next STEM Teaching Essentials workshop will be:
Developing Models in an Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology Course: Using D2L to Support Group Work, Assessment, and Feedback in a Large Enrollment Course presented by Jon Stoltzfus, BioSci Program Director, Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Terri McElhinny, Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Director, Integrative Biology. Lunch will be provided beginning at 11:15 and the workshop will start at 11:30.
The Lansing Center (333 E Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48933)
The 65th annual Michigan Science Teachers Association Conference will be held on March 2-3. To register for the conference, click here. For more information, visit the website here, and check out the links below for additional details.
On Friday, March 2, from 1:00-3:30pm, there will be a practice session for NARST. Those interested can practice either their paper or poster presentations. All are welcome to attend, including those who are interested but are not attending NARST this year! This is a great way to see what research is happening and the structure of NARST presentations.
Kellogg Biological Station, 3700 East Gull Lake Dr., Hickory Corners, MI 49060
July 17 or 23, 2019
Featuring CREATE's Renee Bayer!
During this one-day workshop, you will participate in three outdoor investigations, practice outdoor teaching techniques, discuss barriers and benefits of teaching outdoors and begin a plan for a lesson or activity.