2022 Chicago National Conference

July 21-23, 2022

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Speed Sharing: Technology

Friday, July 22 • 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM

McCormick Place - W185a



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NSTA - Examples of Hybrid STEAM Inquiry Activities
Online Materials Design (Speed Share Technology)
Effective, Engaging, and Efficient: Virtual Scaffolds that Transfer to Classrooms -- Design Summary Handout

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1) Digital Escape Rooms to Engage all Learners
Learn how to create a Digital Escape Room using your favorite lessons. Modifications included to make them fun for everyone!

2) Examples of Hybrid STEAM Inquiry Activities
Ready-made Science & STEAM inquiry lesson examples will be shared for participant’s implementation and modification.  Give your students voice and choice in how they learn!

3) Effective, Engaging, and Efficient: Virtual Scaffolds That Transfer to Classrooms
Evaluations of student processes and outcomes during online science investigations reveal five design priorities to create effective materials for flexible learning contexts.

SPEAKERS:
Terri Serey (Orange Grove Middle School: Hacienda Heights, CA), Annamarie Vandrevala (Deer Path Middle School - District 67), Kirsten Butcher (The University of Utah: Salt Lake City, UT), Madlyn Larson (Natural History Museum of Utah: Salt Lake City, UT)

Speed Sharing: Engaging Students

Saturday, July 23 • 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM

McCormick Place - W180



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https://sites.google.com/hlpusd.k12.ca.us/terridactylteach/home

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1) Using student-created animation projects to excite and promote understanding of science concepts at the MS level
and promote understanding of science concepts at the MS level.Hands-on activities such as computer animation help excite students and promote understanding of topics such as immunology, reproduction and chemical bonding at the MS level.

2) Incorporating Digital Badges to Motivate all Learners
Learn how to create a badging system that encourages growth in the Science and STEAM Classroom.

 

SPEAKERS:
Terri Serey (Orange Grove Middle School: Hacienda Heights, CA)

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