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Friday, March 2
 

8:00am

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 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

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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 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 • Dr. Christine Royce Learning Labs at the Detroit Zoo Michigan 1Akilah Franklin • Claire Lannoye-Hall Lloyd's Toolbox of Engineering Ideas & Activities Michigan 3Lloyd Hilger Creating Three-Dimensional, Equity-Based Tasks for an NGSS Classroom. Banquet 3Jim Clark • Samantha Johnson MEECS - Energy Resources Capitol 3Jessica Wagenmaker

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Saturday, March 3
 

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