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Friday, March 2
 

8:00am

IB meets the NGSS Michigan 1Donna Hertel • Colin Killmer • Michelle Mason • Kathy Mirakovits The Lake Michigan Food Web: What did the Lampreys do? Meeting Room 203William Hodges Building a Summer Science Field course Banquet 8Chris Bolhuis • Dario Lirio Earth System Science Resources to Use on Monday! Free from NOAA to You! Capitol 1June Teisan Teaching about Floods Using Extreme Weather Events Meeting Room 202Steve Mattox • Nickolaas Vlietstra How to start an AP environmental science course (and love it too!) Michigan 3Chris Groenhout • Karina White An Administrators Guide to the New Michigan Science Standards through the lens of Phenomenal Science (curriculum) & 3DSPA (assessment) Meeting Room 201Jennel Martin-Powell • Darcy McMahon • Matthew Samocki Creating 3D Learning: Modeling, Argumentation and Explanation in your classroom through NGSX study groups! Banquet 1James Emmerling Incorporating STEM into the Classroom Meeting Room 103Gary Curts Making Grades More Meaningful Meeting Room 204Brian Langley Science Talk Meeting Room 101Katherine Armstrong • Roxane Dupuis • Kathleen Schutter Supporting Early Literacy Development and the Michigan Science Standards Banquet 2Wendi Vogel Updates from the Michigan Department of Education and the DTMB Capitol 4Rashell Bowerman • Jill Griffin • Ruth Anne Hodges • Megan Schrauben • TJ Smolek “Our Teaching Experiences:” Learning to Recognize our Students’ Expertise with an NGSS-aligned Middle Grades Engineering Curriculum Michigan 2Angela Calabrese Barton, Ph.D. • Selena Bliesener • Marcos David Gonzalez-Flores • Christina Restrepo Nazar • Kathleen Schenkel Health in Our Hands: Using online simulations to explain phenomena Banquet 5Idit Adler • Renee Bayer • Darlene McClendon Phenomenal Unit Plan Banquet 4Kristy Butler • Patti Richardson Using Our National Parks to Blend Curriculum Regency 1Gabe Knowles • Noelle Knowles Teaching Science when you don’t know diddly-squat Capitol 2Tracy D'Augustino Yeah, Buoy! (Buoyancy Demos) GovernorJonathan Paddock Schoolyard BioBlitz: Connecting Citizen Science to the Classroom Regency 2Gabrielle Likavec • Lisa Marie Tobin Mastering the Chemical Formula Meeting Room 104Bill Cline Claims, Evidence, and Reasoning in Action Meeting Room 102Marjorie Frank • Ann Pearson Digital Data Nuggets - real research, real data, real classrooms Meeting Room 205Marcia Angle • Melissa Kjelvik • May Lee • Elizabeth Schultheis How to See What Your Students are Thinking: Student Modeling and the NGSS Banquet 3Jim Clark • Samantha Johnson Make Your Elementary Science Phenomenal! Understanding Phenomenal Science Instructional Strategies in Grades 3-5 Banquet 6Jennel Martin-Powell • Darcy McMahon • Matthew Samocki A Mi-STAR Lesson: Patterns and Cause & Effect Banquet 7Jean Buller • John Gregg MEECS - Ecosystems and Biodiversity Capitol 3Jessica Wagenmaker

9:00am

Weaving Stories Throughout Your Biology Course Using HHMI Biointeractive Resources Banquet 4Mark Eberhard Aerial Exploration of Environmental Study Sites, Using Kites, Cameras and Other Sensors Banquet 1Jeff Bouwman • David Bydlowski • Andy Henry Merging High School Geology with NGSS Banquet 8Chris Bolhuis • Steve Mattox • Ashley Meyer • Claire Sobolak • Brad Stevens Incorporating Science Practices into STEM Classrooms: Design and Assessment Meeting Room 201Dr. Danny Caballero Making Sense of Science Through Notebooks Meeting Room 101Katherine Armstrong • Roxane Dupuis • Kathleen Schutter Health in Our Hands: A free life science middle school curriculum Banquet 5Idit Adler • Renee Bayer • Darlene McClendon Using Wildlife CSI to Teach Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Meeting Room 204Becky Durling • Jon Gray Online Formative Assessment Tools in Science Michigan 2Ranya Croitori • Catherine Hamilton Becoming a Certified Environmental Educator Meeting Room 203Cindy Fitzwilliams-Heck Inquiry-based Introduction to Gel Electrophoresis Michigan 3Richard Chan • Mindy Lee-Olsen Make Your Elementary Science Phenomenal! Understanding Phenomenal Science Instructional Strategies in Grades K-2 Michigan 1Jennel Martin-Powell • Darcy McMahon • Matthew Samocki Structuring Discussion to Be Equitable and Rigorous Meeting Room 103Diane Wright The Coaching Connection: Supporting Best Practice Science Instruction Banquet 2Mary Burke Three-Dimensional Assessment Writing Workshop Capitol 4TJ Smolek Science Talks Meeting Room 202Noreen Habana Seeing is Believing: Physics Demonstrations to Energize Your Classroom Capitol 2Don Pata Hands-on with virtual nuclear research GovernorZachary Constan • Rich Lund

10:00am

Coffee 101 with BIGGBY® COFFEE Meeting Room 203Nikki Walsh • Heather Zink Observe, Investigate and Enjoy! A tour of free, NGSS aligned, classroom activities. Meeting Room 204Natalie Elkins Super Protection from Superbugs: the Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance Meeting Room 201Katelin Anderson • Elaine Bailey Let's Debate Banquet 6Yvonne Coogan • Jane Culp A Science Teacher in a Math Classroom Regency 2Sarah Murphy Creating System Thinkers --- Transforming Student Illustrations into Scientific Models Banquet 1Jessica Ashley • Michael Gallagher Easy Tech Tools to Facilitate Discussion/Reflection Michigan 2Alaina Sharp • Dan Spencer It's Phenomenal! Meeting Room 101Katherine Armstrong • Roxane Dupuis • Kathleen Schutter Virtual Field Trips with Google Expeditions Meeting Room 102Ann Pearson Secondary Teachers of Science as Agents of Change: An NGSS Approach to Understanding the Environmental Impacts of Everyday Decisions Capitol 1Joyce Parker • Jane Rice Electromagnetic Spectrum & Radioactivity Banquet 8Kevin Dehne Grab their Attention with Gizmos! Regency 1Diana Markley • Julie Parks Protein Synthesis and Mutations with magnetic beads Banquet 4William Hodges • Heather Peterson One in a Million Meeting Room 104Bill Cline Phenomenal Tools for MSS Chemistry and Physics Instruction and Assessment Banquet 5Cameron Cochran • Deborah Peek-Brown • Israel Touitou Integrating Technology into Science-Based STEM with the 5E Meeting Room 205Karen Kudla • Ken Wester A Mi-STAR Lesson: Comparing Engineering Solutions with a Decision Matrix Banquet 7Tony Matthys • Stephanie Tubman What did they say? Student Discourse and the NGSS Banquet 3Jim Clark • Samantha Johnson MSTA Garage Sale Garage Sale (Coat Room)

11:00am

What's in the Woods? Meeting Room 204Kevin Frailey Forestry and Forest Ecology for Elementary and Middle School Meeting Room 203Michael LeValley Chemistry Phenomenons to Kick Start Your Units Capitol 4Jaime Hainer • Kristy Lee A Long Walk to Water - A Cross-Curricular Unit Meeting Room 202Shawn Knaack A Teacher Friendly Version of the Stratigraphic Column of Michigan Banquet 8Conner Frymier • Steve Mattox #gettingsciencedone -- Citizen Science Capitol 1Jeff Bouwman • David Bydlowski • Andy Henry Accountable Talk in the Science Classroom Michigan 1Amanda Iocoangeli • Danielle Jozwiak • Carlie Rzepa • Vanya Steel Lesson Planning with NGSS: The 5E Instructional Model Meeting Room 102Ann Pearson • Kelly Short Promoting Classroom Discussions with Talk Moves Banquet 2Minna Turrell Science Talk Meeting Room 101Katherine Armstrong • Roxane Dupuis • Kathleen Schutter Stop Creating Lesson Plans: Start Creating Learning Experiences GovernorRandy Schregardus The Voice of the Teacher - For Students, For Science, For Our Futures Capitol 2Christine Royce What The Heck Happened?!?! Meeting Room 201Ted Beyer You've Got This - Teach More Discipline Less! Regency 2Jennifer Gottlieb STEM Connecting Schools and Businesses Regency 1Rick Mushing • Ebiri Nkugba Invade Your Parks and Back Again! Michigan 2Christine Kelly A Focus on Modeling in the Phenomenon-Based Classroom Meeting Room 103Diane Wright "Ready Set Go" STEM Banquet 6Cassandra Cayce • Connie Eisenhart AP Computer Science Principles (Grades 10-12) and Computer Science Discoveries (Grades 6-9) Banquet 1Kathy Surd

1:00pm

Michigan Predator Prey Project Meeting Room 204Kevin Frailey Aquaponics in the Classroom Banquet 8Jeremy Hyler • Jeremy Winsor Moving from Learning Read and Write to Reading and Writing to Learn: Literacy Strategies in the Science Classroom Meeting Room 103Diane Wright Partnering with the Michigan Nature Association in a Place Based Education Opportunity. Meeting Room 202Rachel Maranto • Aaron Wesche Sensory Activities for Early Learners: lessons you can use tomorrow! Meeting Room 203Becky Durling • Natalie Elkins 3 Dimensional Learning in Middle School Modeling Instruction Meeting Room 201Nell Bielecki • George Nelson • Scott Stokes • Andrea Williams Curriculum Connections - ELA & Science in Elementary Banquet 6Amy Quinn District Science Leader Round-table: High School Course Sequence Sharing Banquet 2Heather Robotham • Wendi Vogel Family Engineering & Design Thinking Night Meeting Room 101Diana Matthews/Lisa Morgan • Lisa Morgan Find the Fund$ for STEM Regency 1June Teisan Middle School Share-a-thon Michigan 2Susan Tate Summer isn't just for suntans. It is for Research too! Regency 2Marty Buehler • Connie High Teaching Science: The Next Generation Meeting Room 102Todd Koenig Wait, What? There’s a New Science Assessment?!? Capitol 4TJ Smolek Healthy Grading: A Moral Imperative Capitol 1Don Pata Health in Our Hands: Using the Driving Question Board to explain phenomena Banquet 5Idit Adler • Renee Bayer • Darlene McClendon Integrating Chromebook with Vernier Technology Meeting Room 205Patti Smith Mathematizing Biodiversity: Using Species Accumlation Curves to Measure Biodiversity Banquet 4William Hodges • Heather Peterson Photosynthesis and Respiration Shuffle Meeting Room 104Bill Cline • Shannon Mareski A Mi-STAR Lesson: Got a Problem? Yo, I’ll Solve It! Banquet 7Lisa Ogiemwonyi • Monica Wyrwicz Engage Students to Think, Communicate, and Act Like Scientists! Capitol 2Jan Huff • Randy Schregardus Taking Flight with Children's Literature Banquet 1Dr. Steve Rich • Christine Royce Learning Labs at the Detroit Zoo Michigan 1Akilah Franklin • Claire Lannoye-Hall Lloyd's Toolbox of Engineering Ideas & Activities Michigan 3Lloyd Hilger May the Force Be With You GovernorDale Freeland Creating Three-Dimensional, Equity-Based Tasks for an NGSS Classroom. Banquet 3Jim Clark • Samantha Johnson MEECS - Energy Resources Capitol 3Jessica Wagenmaker

2:00pm

Setting the Stage for Doing Science in Chemistry Capitol 4Colin Costello • Kate Hagerman Bat Conservation in Your Classroom Meeting Room 201Aja Marcato Cultivating Classroom Culture for New(er) Teachers Michigan 2Elizabeth Michaels • Rebecca Murawski Curriculum Review for 3-Dimensions Banquet 2Richard Bacolor • Wendi Vogel Making Science Real with Problem Based Learning Meeting Room 205Chuck McMillan • Paul Meyers Student Drivers - Driving Question Boards empower students to figure out what they really need to know and how they will get there Meeting Room 102Holly Hereau • Wayne Wright Successful STEM Techniques in Elementary Classrooms Banquet 6Michele Bielby • Kelly Swales Teaching Students about the Brain: How I’ve Learned to View Neurodiversity Banquet 8Laura Panek Salmon in YOUR Classroom Meeting Room 204Tracy Page Transition from one Dimensional GLCE's to Three Dimensional NGSS Regency 2Andrew Frisch • Duncan Gervin Thematic Science Fairs - Using Scientific Inquiry to Increase Environmental Literacy Meeting Room 203Bridget Booth Project-Based Inquiry Science™ (PBIS): Creating “Coherence and Science Storylines” for Middle School Meeting Room 103Mary Starr K-8 Teachers as Agents of Change: NGSS and the Environmental Impacts of Using Natural Resources Regency 1Laura Markham • Jane Rice Teaching with the Big Ideas in Mind Meeting Room 202Kristin Kiebler-Green • Joe Showerman Making sense of phenomena by using a free online modeling tool Banquet 5Tom Bielik • Li Ke • Consuelo Morales Effectively engaging youth in the process of science Meeting Room 101Tracy D'Augustino • Norm Lownds

3:00pm

Tools for thinking about assessment for the new MSS. - MSELA Banquet 2Sarah Coleman Boatload of Biology Banquet 4Kristy Butler • Patti Richardson Microbes ate my underwear! Meeting Room 203Heather Kittredge • Misty Klotz Invaders in Your Classroom: Resource Kits to Teach About Aquatic Invasives Meeting Room 204Tracy Page Elemental Fictions: Storytelling and Narratives in Introductory Science Capitol 4Mark Benvenuto • Prasad Venugopal Explore Hands-On Science for Elementary Students at Impressions 5 Impressions 5Micaela Balzer • Toni Daymon Flipping with Ease Michigan 2Adam Alster • Cynthia Bridges Get Students Asking THEIR OWN Questions Banquet 6Katie Stevenson Make Your K-5 Science Phenomenal! An Introduction to Phenomenal Science Units Banquet 7Jennel Martin-Powell • Darcy McMahon • Matthew Samocki Making It Real... Cheap!! Meeting Room 102Darrick Gregory • Julie Hahn • Jodi Heaney One Crime Scene; 100 Students! Oh my! Meeting Room 205Kathy Mirakovits Phenomenon-first Examples in the Classroom Meeting Room 201Carl Wozniak Productive Talk: How to Get Students to Share Their Thinking Through Scientific Discussions Capitol 2Kelly MacDonell • Katie MacDonell Video Storylines in the Science Classroom Meeting Room 103Josh Nichols WALLS: Water, Air, Land, Lifeand Space. Regency 2David Mastie IBN-Drawing and Writing to Learn Science Banquet 8Lisa Weise Let's Debate! Regency 1Kathy Agee RC Cars, Sensors, and Coding… Oh My! Michigan 3Allison Abram • Alexandra Wagner What does that graph show me? GovernorDale Freeland Cell Differentiation and Gene Expression Meeting Room 104Bill Cline • Shannon Mareski No Time for Science? Learn How to Integrate Reading and Writing Using the Cereal City Science Units Michigan 1Steve Barry • Nancy Karre

4:00pm

Doing, Thinking, Understanding: Science Performance Assessments Meeting Room 201Jennel Martin-Powell • Darcy McMahon • Matthew Samocki Focus on Figuring Out – Grade 4 (Multiple Literacies in Project-Based Learning) Banquet 5Susan Codere • Joseph Krajcik • Deborah Peek-Brown • Samuel Severance Solar Panels and Pool Covers: Revving UP Biology Meeting Room 203Amy Weesies Medicines and Me-developing a New Flu Prevention Drug Banquet 8Samantha Cree • Cynthia Duncan Community Connection Activities in Biology Classrooms Banquet 3Craig Kohn Physical Science Phenomena for Middle School GovernorMichelle Mason • Kathy Mirakovits A New Formula? PASCO + Curriculum = PASCO education (ALL in one STEM solution for Chemistry and Physics) Banquet 7PASCO Spandex of Gravity - Modeling the Very Fabric of Space and Time! Meeting Room 202Christine Brillhart • Dr. Christie N. Gayheart • Mark Hackbarth Bring Michigan Science Standards to Life Using Place-based Education Michigan 2Kym Pawelka • Amanda Syers Michigan Environmental Public Health Tracking - A Tool You Can Use! Capitol 2Jill Maras • Sydney Ogden Science and Engineering Practices in the NGSS Meeting Room 205Matt Moorman Teaching with Technology Regency 1Michelle Campbell Using 3D Learning Strategies to Improve Standardized Assessment Regency 2Karen Kudla Zero to STEM in 60 minutes! Banquet 6Crystal Brown Great Demos on a Small Budget Capitol 4Mark Sheler ECHO: Distance Learning at the MiSci Meeting Room 103Jeanane Charara Ignite Your Classroom With Digital Storytelling (Featuring GoPro Cameras). Meeting Room 204Josh Nichols

5:00pm

 
Saturday, March 3
 

8:00am

Turning Science Fiction Into Science Facts: A compelling project based approach using new STEM investigative techniques Meeting Room 201Greg Gage • Will Wharton Biology Practices That Drive Thinking Forward Banquet 4Rebecca Brewer Activities for the Anthropocene Michigan 3Holly Schaeffer Oh Deer! Populations, Models, and Technology Michigan 1Rob Keys • Benjamin VanDyke The Triple E’s of Climate Change: Environmental Change, Epidemiology & ELISA Testing! Meeting Room 205Tamica Stubbs Getting them Talking Constructively Banquet 3Mari Maltby Claims, Evidence and Reasoning (CER) in an AP chemistry classroom. Capitol 4Jamie Benigna • Alice Putti Michigan Chemistry Teachers Meeting Michigan 2Michelle Mason • Mary McMaster NGSS Unit Creation & Assessment Meeting Room 204Brenda Lantinga Incorporating STEM into the Classroom Meeting Room 103Gary Curts Make Any Classroom a Makerspace Banquet 5Chuck McMillan • Paul Meyers Muffins for MSTA Members Regency 1Robby Cramer NGSS Puzzles and Mysteries: Using Phenomena in the Classroom Meeting Room 102Ann Pearson Creating professional learning communities around 3D Formative Assessment Banquet 1Mary Starr Fake News in Science Meeting Room 101Steven Tezak Mi-STAR Up and Running in Your School Banquet 7Doug Oppliger • Stephanie Tubman Making Nasty Problems Fun! Meeting Room 203Mike Sinclair Mysteries of Magnetism - THEMIS & MMS Banquet 8Cris DeWolf • Lisa DeWolf Floating Trains: Phenomena, 3-D Instruction, and Amplify Science for Grades K-5 Meeting Room 202Bill Badders Integrating Environmental Data Analysis into your Classroom: Climate Change and Michigan’s Cherries Regency 2Isabella Garramone • Katie Torkelson-Regan idk whut 2 say: teen dialogue in the classroom Capitol 2Rebecca Heckman “It’s Just too Hard to Explain!” - Making Sense of Phenomena by Developing and Using Models in the Elementary Classroom. Banquet 6Steve Barry • Nancy Karre Newton's 2nd Law of Motion Activity, NGSS GovernorBrad Parsons Waves Meeting Room 104Bill Cline • Lisa Kelp Energy and the NGSS Capitol 1Don Pata • Laura Ritter MEECS - Water Quality Capitol 3Joan Chadde MSTA Garage Sale Garage Sale (Coat Room)

9:00am

Using Phenomena in Biology to Give Context and Purpose for Learning Banquet 3Courtney Lutz • Katherine Rydzinski Classification Can Be Fun Regency 1Lu Anne Clark Teaching About Climate Change in Biology Banquet 4Wendy Johnson • Christie Morrison Thomas We've got Gall, do you? Michigan 3Eddie Johns • Steve Vree 1 Class Period+ 1 Model System + 2 Cellular Processes= Success 4 Students! Meeting Room 205Tamica Stubbs Slow down to go fast? How modeling can increase student engagement through storytelling Meeting Room 203Mason Converse • Sandra Erwin Implementing NGSS 3D Learning with NASA/GLOBE Earth System Learning Progressions Meeting Room 204Janet Struble Rock with Your Students! Banquet 8Maria Gonzalez 3-2-1 Blast Off! Meeting Room 201Diane Correnty Building Solid Storylines Meeting Room 102Ann Pearson • Kelly Short Creating a space for the Crosscutting Concepts: from questions to explanations to assessments Banquet 1Mary Starr Scientific Argumentation: How to reason like a scientist Michigan 1Samuel Langhorne • Samantha Lichtenwald Biological and health student's perception about academic integrity. Michigan 2Samuel Coronel-Nuñez • Rafael Diaz-Garcia • Jorge Joel Reyes-Mendez Science Songs, Simple Stuff and Sliquids Meeting Room 101Kevin Koch Focus on Figuring Out – Grade 3 (Multiple Literacies in Project-Based Learning) Banquet 5Susan Codere • Joseph Krajcik • Deborah Peek-Brown Teaching Chemistry to Middle School Students Capitol 4Kathleen O'Connor Structuring Discussion to Be Equitable and Rigorous Meeting Room 103Diane Wright Mi-STAR Professional Learning Session I: Introducing the Challenge Banquet 7Megan Coonan • Emily Gochis • Stephanie Tubman

10:00am

Classroom Gardens and the NGSS Meeting Room 205Maureen Klein • Mike Klein STEM Cells on Station Meeting Room 201Tom Drummond • Peter Lawrie Interactions: A Free Three-dimensional Science Curriculum for 9th Grade Physical Science Banquet 5Angela Kolonich Citizen Scientists Needed! Students Collecting Data for the GLOBE Urban Heat Island Effect Campaign Meeting Room 204David Bydlowski • Janet Struble Natural Learning Banquet 8Amy Greene Beyond CER: Explanation and Argument - Distinctions & Implications for Instruction Banquet 1Amy Deller-Antieau • Darcy McMahon Cementing Their Learning - Making it Stick! Meeting Room 101Chris Blackstock Dig Deeper! Ways to Get More Meaningful Reflection and Talk Michigan 2Patrick Lothrop • Jaime Ratliff Engaging All Learners in Meaningful Scientific Conversations Meeting Room 203Heather Damick From Storybook STEM to Beyond Michigan 3Amanda Iocoangeli • Danielle Jozwiak Journaling in Science using Evidence Notebooks Meeting Room 102Todd Koenig Supporting Student Science Talk in Kindergarten Banquet 6Kirsten Edwards • Amelia Gotwals • Tanya Wright Everything I needed to know about assessment I learned in marching band Regency 1Taylor Funk Using a Driving Question Board to Figure out Phenomena Banquet 4Wendy Johnson How dense are my students? Michigan 1Samantha Kempf • Brian Welch LITERARY SCIENCE: The Integration of ELA and Science at the Secondary Level to Promote Scientific Literacy Capitol 2Hannah Homrich Cars That Can't Crash - Fact or Fiction GovernorDave Acton • Mark Davids Man’s Real BFF 2.0 Banquet 3Robby Cramer • Cheryl Hach Modeling the Introduction of a New Species: NGSS Ecology Meeting Room 104Bill Cline • Lisa Kelp Integrate Scientific Modeling, Climate Change, and Forest Ecology into your Middle School Classroom: Climate Change and Michigan Forests Regency 2Isabella Garramone • Virginia Hawkins Tips You Can Use in Class Tomorrow: Building Community, Accountability, and Class Relevance Meeting Room 202Mark Francek

11:00am

Scaffolding 3-Dimensional Science Using (free) Carbon TIME Units Capitol 1Christie Morrison Thomas Investigating Ecological Relationships Using HHMI Biointeractive Resrources Banquet 4Mark Eberhard Modeling and Experimental Design Using Isopods Michigan 3Jennifer Beck Reflections from adding phenomenon GovernorKristin Mayer 3 Dimensional Learning with Bring Science Alive! Meeting Room 205Matt Moorman Elementary Inquiry and STEM Extravaganza Banquet 8Betty Crowder KLEWS: Organizing Science Ideas & Building Literacy Banquet 1Richard Bacolor • Mary Starr Let's Have a Ball: Incorporating Movement Activities in Science Meeting Room 203Patti Picard Mi-STAR From A Teacher Perspective Michigan 1Yonee Bryant-Kuiphoff • Dawn Kahler Tools for Teaching Elementary Science Banquet 6Marie Woodman How to Develop an Instructional Storyline Regency 1Joe Austin • Rochelle Rubin TATTS MSS: Tips and Tricks to Survive MSS Michigan 2April Holman Project-Based Inquiry Science™ (PBIS): Creating “Coherence and Science Storylines” for Middle School Meeting Room 103Mary Starr Exploring Biology through Dissection with Flinn Scientific Capitol 2Matt Anderson Using Three-Dimensional Rubrics in Formative Assessments to Figure out Phenomena Banquet 5Joseph Krajcik • Phyllis Haugabook Pennock • Samuel Severance Exponential inquiry- merging math and biotech to amplify learning Meeting Room 204Richard Chan • Mindy Lee-Olsen Safer Chemistry: STEM Connection and Green Chemistry Replacement Labs Capitol 4Jon Baek • Erika Fatura • Jennifer Sherburn Building Your NGSS Toolbox: Strategies for Implementing the Science and Engineering Practices and Crosscutting Concepts in a Student Led Classroom Banquet 2Leigh Ann Roehm Penny Ante Science: Activities in General Science, Earth Science, Life Science, and Physical Science. Meeting Room 101Mitchell Klett STEAM: If We Can Do It, You Can Do It! Meeting Room 201Natalie D'Amico • Stephanie D'Huyvetter Mi-STAR Professional Learning Session II: Real World Science Investigations Banquet 7Megan Coonan • Emily Gochis • Stephanie Tubman Conservation and You! Meeting Room 102Claire Lannoye-Hall • Sandy Ling

12:00pm

1:00pm

Evo-Ed Cases: Connecting Biology Across the Curriculum Banquet 3Clinton Bartholomew • Alexa Warwick How Much and How Often Banquet 8Samantha Cree • Cynthia Duncan Living Coral Reef in the Classroom Meeting Room 205Rick Preuss Digital Microscopy for $40 Michigan 3Robert Myers Chemistry of International Cuisine Capitol 4Scott Milam Turning Chemistry Labs into STEM Labs Meeting Room 101Robert Ause "Mr. Mastie, I Can Still Remember When We...." Regency 1David Mastie Forensics for Free Meeting Room 204Kyle Jenks • Caitlin Johnson Fusing Art in Science from an Elementary Art Room Banquet 6Angie Herek Influence of research experiences on science teacher knowledge and practice Meeting Room 203Abbi Halkola • Amy Lark Online Resources for the Science Classroom Meeting Room 201Christine Schneider The Lecture Is Dead: Using Alternative Classroom Models to Enhance Student Learning Banquet 5Vanessa Logan Making Use of Student Thinking Banquet 1Mark Olson Opioids, Flu, Zoonoses, Obesity: Oh My! Banquet 4Richard Blauvelt Using Children's Literature to Guide Science Inquiry K-5 Banquet 2Kim Stilwell Reflecting on Learning with Google Drive Regency 2Danielle Aguilar City Critters: Connecting Science and Empathy Capitol 2Lisa Forzley Kepler Made Me Do It Meeting Room 202John Dumar Learning by doing: Practical applications online Meeting Room 102Samantha du Preez Dark & Light: Nature Writing & Observation Meeting Room 103Brandon Groff • Monica Lewis Diggin' Outdoor Education Capitol 1Nancy Berg • Chelsea O'Brien Discrepant Events Abound Michigan 2Rachel Badanowski Mi-STAR Professional Learning Session III: Addressing 21st Century Challenges Banquet 7Megan Coonan • Emily Gochis • Stephanie Tubman

2:00pm