Workshop Session IV – 2013

Friday, May 31st: Session IV

Workshop Sessions are listed by session number.

4.1A — Rosalind Hale and Ahdija Donatto, Xavier University of Louisiana
Producing Highly Qualified Mathematics and Science Teachers through the Noyce Program

4.1B — Brad Hoge, University of Houston-Downton
Designing a Flexible Degree Program to meet the Challenges of Finishing a Science Degree with Teaching Certification (ppt)

4.2A — Mary Nelson, George Mason University
Recruiting Noyce Scholars through a Learning Assistant Program (ppt)

4.2B — Jeffrey Nordine and Shari Albright, Trinity University
The Noyce Summer Internship for Recruiting Potential STEM Teachers

4.3A — Thomas Dick, Oregon State University
Mathematics Studio Classroom – A Greenhouse for Developing Teacher Leaders

4.3B — Michael Occhino, University of Rochester; Rose Richman, Rochester City School District
Supporting Fellows: Transition to Teacher Leaders with Leadership Mentoring

4.4 — Pam Mason, Math for America Los Angeles; Rebecca Eddy, Cobblestone Applied Research & Evaluation, Inc.
Strategies for Incorporating Evaluation into Teacher Scholarship Programs: A Case Study of Math for America Los Angeles Teacher Fellows Program (ppt)

4.5 — Joseph Meyinsse, Southern University and A&M College
Innovative Noyce Program: The SEL Partnership (pdf)

4.6 — Justin Mare and Stephanie Gaucher, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Bringing Technology into the Classroom Lessons

4.7 — Michelle Romero, ASU STARR Noyce
Navigating the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core

4.8 — Laveria F. Hutchison, University of Houston
Research-Based Literacy Instructional Strategies for Mathematics and Science Instruction (ppt)

4.9 — Jaqueline T. McDonnough and Sandra Joy Casad, Virginia Commonwealth University
PTLC Model: Support for New Teachers in High-Needs Schools (ppt)
Handout (pdf)

4.10 — Keith Hubbard, Lesa Beverly, Brittany Morton, and Destiny Pottorf, Stephen F. Austin State University
Cards and Mind Reading: Noyce Scholar Explorations in High School Outreach (pdf)

4.11 — Ruth Cossey, Steev Luntz, and Margo MacInturf, Mills College
Learning to Empathize, Empathizing to Learn: Reaching Beyond Cultural Competence in Urban Teaching

4.12 — Robert M. Panoff, Shodor Education Foundation
Supporting Inquiry-Based Learning with Computational Thinking: The Power and the Peril

4.13 — Mika J. Hunter, Durham Public Schools, Duke University; Christopher Hewitt, Duke University
Fun with Food! Hands-on (and edible!) Biology and Earth Science Activities (ppt)

4.14 — Michaele Chappell, Rick Vanosdall, and Kyle Butler, Middle Tennessee State University; Candace Terry, Tullahoma High School
Action Research: Professional Development to Advance Learning in STEM Disciplines

4.15 — Elsa Medina and Amelie Schinck-Mikel, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
The Math Academy: A Model for Engaging High School Students and Teachers in Rich Mathematics Problems