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Friday, March 2 • 11:00am - 11:45am
The Voice of the Teacher - For Students, For Science, For Our Futures

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As we look towards our futures, there is no doubt that we as teachers have a very strong role in shaping what is to come for our students. The challenge before us lies with the multitude of stakeholders who voice their thoughts on what our students need in order to be successful which then impacts our daily classrooms. “Don’t Make Me Use My Teacher’s Voice” is a phrase that many a teacher has used in both seriousness, as well as, lightheartedness in their career. However, “using OUR teacher’s voice” is exactly what is needed when we talk with the same stakeholders about the importance of scientific literacy, utilizing three-dimensional teaching in our classrooms, and impact that STEM fields will have on future employment opportunities. Examples of being advocates for our students, for science, and for our futures will be highlighted as we consider how we deliver the message through tenacity, leadership, and collaboration.

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Christine Royce Ed.D

Professor, Shippensburg University
Christine Anne Royce is a Professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Co-Directs the MAT in STEM Education at Shippensburg University (PA).  Royce teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses for preservice and inservice educators. While at Shippensburg, she has... Read More →


Friday March 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Capitol 2 Radisson Hotel
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