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The New Normal: Reviewing the Remote Experience, Keeping
the Positive, and Blending Lessons When Returning to the
Los Angeles Convention Center - 402A
Multiple lessons were learned with remote instruction
that can be transitioned into the face-to-face classroom and that support
blended science instruction. Examples, tools, and strategies
Takeaways: 1. Discuss the lessons learned during remote instruction that have the staying power and should be part of blended instruction; 2. Identify positive instructional strategies that maximize technology and digital tools and determine the best way to transition those tools into the blended classroom; and 3. Engage in example activities where connections between digital tools and strategies for use in student engagement are made.
Christine Anne Royce (Shippensburg University: Shippensburg, PA)
Transforming Science Classrooms by Redefining Learning
Spaces with Stile
Sponsoring Company: Stile Education
Los Angeles Convention Center - 406B
Redefine your science classroom with Stile technology.
Experience how Stile empowers teachers to facilitate student-centered learning
environments, all grounded in relevant, real-world science.
Takeaways: 1. Technology in science classrooms should redefine how we teach, not substitute it; 2. Current classrooms require multiple entry points for students to learn; and 3. Teachers can redefine how they plan for, facilitate, and analyze student thinking connected to the NGSS.
Shawna Jensen (Stile Education: Los Angeles, CA), Julianna Jimenez (Stile Education: Los Angeles, CA)
Smashing Classrooms Walls Through Virtual
Los Angeles Convention Center - 502A
Take your students beyond your classroom walls through
virtual speakers and field trips with those on the front lines of science,
exploration, and conservation.
Takeaways: 1. Discover the benefits of bringing exciting scientists, explorers, and conservationists live into your classroom through virtual guest speakers and field trips; 2. Explore how easy it is to do with exciting resources like Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants, Explorer Classroom, Google, and more; and 3. What to do before, during, and afterwards so your students get the most from these experiences.
Joe Grabowski (Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants: Elora, ON)