Summit Presentations

Plenary and Workshop Session Presentations from the 2016 Noyce Summit in Washington, D.C., on July 20-22, 2016.

Wednesday, July 20th

5:00pm – 6:30pm: Plenary Session 1

Susan Rundell Singer, Division Director, Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), NSF
Research and Innovation in Preservice STEM Teacher Development (PDF)

Thursday, July 21st

7:45am – 9:15am: Plenary Session 2

Jose Blackorby, Senior Director of Research and Development, CAST
Future of Research NSF Diversity in STEM in Teacher Preparation (PDF)

Roni Ellington, Associate Professor, Mathematics Education, Morgan State University
A Framework for Understanding Research and Practice in STEM Education: Focus on Diversity and Inclusion (PDF)

9:30am – 10:45am: Concurrent Workshops Session 1

Jeremy AikinMathematics Department, CSU San Bernardino
The Mathematics Behind Games (PDF)

Kathleen Bergin, Program Director Lead, Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, DUE, NSF
Sandra Richardson, Program Director and Co‐lead, Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, DUE, NSF
Overview of Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program NSF 16-559 (PDF)

12:15 pm ‐ 1:45 pm: Plenary Session 4

Richard M. Ingersoll, Board of  Overseers Professor of Education and Sociology, University of  Pennsylvania
The Effects of Teacher Education and Preparation on Beginning Math and Science Teacher Attrition (PDF)
Retaining Teachers: How Preparation Matters (DOC)

Friday, July 22nd

11:30 am ‐ 12:30 pm: Plenary Session 5

Shirley M. Malcom, Director, Education and Human Resources Programs, AAAS
Preparing STEM Teachers for 21st Century Schools: Institutional Considerations (PDF)

W. James “Jim” Lewis, Deputy Assistant Director for the Directorate for Education and Human Resources, NSF
Stimulating Research and Innovation for Preservice Education of STEM Teachers in High-Need Schools (PDF)