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Toshiba America Foundation wants to work together
with teachers who are looking for a better way of doing the right
Toshiba America Foundation wants to work together with
teachers who are looking for a better way to engage the community in STEM.
Participants will hear from educators that have won money for their school and
communities to implement STEM action projects.
Takeaways: Participants will learn how they can receive cash awards and acknowledge for STEM action projects.
John Anderson (Toshiba America Foundation: New York, NY)
Let Me Upgrade Ya!- Science Pedagogy (The Hip Hop Edition)
Let Me Upgrade Ya! This fun and engaging session is designed for science teachers, teacher leaders, instructional coaches, administrators, and anyone else who enjoys teaching. Participants will explore researched based strategies for engaging the brain and retaining information. Reviewing the research of these strategies will give validation for their classroom use. A demonstration of the strategy will create buy in and a reference point for all participants on how they can implement these strategies in their classroom. This session will engage participants to actively dance, sing, draw, reflect, and play games all while learning science. The researched based strategies that will be highlighted in this session promote the diversity of learners in every classroom and multi-learning styles.
Takeaways: Participants will learn high leverage strategies to engage students in science instruction.
Jeremy Harden (Dallas ISD: Dallas, TX)