2023 Atlanta National Conference

March 22-25, 2023

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Speed Sharing: High School Chemistry, Physical Science and STEM

Friday, March 24 • 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM

Georgia World Congress Center - B316


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Join High School educators as they share strategies for STEM in chemistry and physics classes.

Engineering Design Challenges Designed For Non-Men By Non-Men
Planning, facilitating and leading engineering design challenges to improve awareness and interest of non-men in STEM pathways. This approach is community-centric and student-led.

Using Augmented Reality to Help Teach Gravity
You will be able to learn how to use a free augmented reality application to help with your classroom instruction when teaching topics related to gravity.

SPEAKERS:
Corinne White (Student Intern), Kimberly Jacoby Morris (STEM Program Coordinator), David Rosengrant (University of South Florida St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg, FL)

Speed Sharing: Middle School Tools and Resource

Saturday, March 25 • 10:20 AM - 11:20 AM

Georgia World Congress Center - B313a


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Are you a middle school teacher looking for resources for your classroom? Join these educators as they share creating units teaching metric measures, discover the Teach the Earth Portal, and hear about one educator's experience of incorporating the 5E model into their lessons.

Designing Units
Learn how to create designer units based on standard metric measures. These units will be built based on volume measurements so students will be able to make connections to liquid measurement containers that students see and use in everyday life.

5 E's Made EEEEEasy!
The 5 E Model in science education is a great tool to help promote hands-on learning. Learn what the 5 E's are and how to effectively use them in your classroom. Help students make sense of their learning and make connections to the real world with the 5 E's.

Teach the Earth: A Portal to Earth Education Resources
The National Association of Geoscience Teachers manages the Teach the Earth portal, where educators can search for online resources in the geosciences and related fields.  Instructional approaches, classroom activities, course descriptions, and sample assignments make up the many resources in TTE.

SPEAKERS:
Elaine Thurmond (Mercer University: Lithia Springs, GA), Mary Kay Bacallao (Mercer University: Atlanta, GA), Kristi Gnage (Science Teacher: St. Petersburg, FL), Christy Visaggi (Georgia State University: Atlanta, GA)

Speed Sharing: Middle School General Science

Saturday, March 25 • 10:20 AM - 11:20 AM

Georgia World Congress Center - B315


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Are you a middle school educator looking for inspiration? Join these educators as they share resources and strategies on using food and cooking in the STEM classroom, student-led mentorship in STEM classrooms, and learn how to use PolyDensity bottles to investigate concepts in the physical science classroom. Implementing STEM Kits to Improve Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Communities in Engineering Student-led mentorship programs can be fantastic early intervention tools that can be implemented in a variety of learning settings. Here we share a STEM Kit that high school mentors use with middle school mentees to improve recruitment and retention. Tinkering with Food & Cooking to Explore Science Purposefully Learn how to leverage food and cooking to encourage tinkering and sensemaking to make your secondary science curriculum engaging, meaningful, visual, and “sticky” (literally and metaphorically). Free resources (& lesson plans) included. Poly-density Bottles DIY for Inquiry I will share how to create your own cool polydensity bottles and use them for student inquiry activities that relate to many topics including density, molecular properties, and solubility.

SPEAKERS:
Claire Abrams (Student Intern: Washington, DC), Kimberly Jacoby Morris (STEM Program Coordinator), Kate Strangfeld (Harvard University: Cambridge, MA), Kelly Moore (Tennessee Tech: Cookeville, TN)

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