Day

Time

Location

Description

T

12:00-1:00 p.m.

Conference Slate Foyer

After checking into the hotel, please sign in at the registration table. Refreshments will be available at the continuous break area.

T

1:00-1:15 p.m.

Auditorium

Welcome

Dean Uday Sukhatme, IUPUI Provost

T

1:15-1:30 p.m.

Auditorium

Dr. Deborah E. Allen, NSF Noyce Program Director

T

1:30-2:30 p.m.

Auditorium

Highlights from the Evaluation of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

Dr. Frances Lawrenz, University of Minnesota

T

2:45-3:45 p.m.

 

Breakout Sessions

 

 

Auditorium

Recruitment and Education of STEM teachers

Lisa Montplaisir, North Dakota State University

Room 208

Successful Strategies for Sustaining a Noyce Program

Carole P. Mitchener, University of Illinois at Chicago

Room 222

 Introducing the Dynamic Nature of Chemical Equilibrium via a Guided Inquiry Activity

John Staver, Purdue University

Room 216

Engage Students in Learning Science in High Need Urban Classrooms

Tim Ricker, Indianapolis Public Schools

T

4:00-5:00p.m.

Auditorium

Beginning science teachers: Strengthening, sustaining, or sinking?

Dr. Julie Luft, Arizona State University

T

5:00-6:00p.m.

Auditorium

Voices from the Fields

Dr. Kathy Marrs, (Moderator), IUPUI

T

6:00-7:00p.m.

First floor conference center lobby

Poster Session/Networking Opportunity

T

7:00-8:30p.m.

Scholars Hall South

Dinner

Vision for STEM Education

Dr. Robert Noyce: Vision for STEM Education 

Penny Noyce, MD

T

8:30-10:00p.m.

Scholars Hall North

Networking

Optional

F

7:30-8:00a.m.

Ballroom

Breakfast

Continental

F

8:00-8:30a.m.

Auditorium

TBA

Dr. Patricia Rogan, Executive Associate Dean IUPUI

F

8:30-9:30a.m.

Auditorium

Practicing the Science of Culturally Relevant Mathematics Pedagogy: Indeed, It Is Just Good Mathematics Teaching!

Dr. David Stinson, Georgia State University

F

9:45-10:45a.m.

 

Breakout Sessions

 

 

Room 208

Bringing the Science Education Reform Movement to the Classroom: Mentoring New Teachers in the 21st Century

Kathleen Allspaw, Carol Chen, IUPUI

Room 134

Using Geometer’s Sketchpad for Problem Solving Experiences in Geometry and Algebra

R. Patrick Morton, Hank Hernandez, IUPUI

Room 222

Challenges in Preparing STEM Teachers in Rural Schools

John Hill, Purdue University

Auditorium

Building Locally – Linking Globally Networking Micro-Communities of New Science and Math Teachers Using the NSDL to Advance Instructional Excellence in High Need Schools

John Ittelson, CSU Monterey Bay

Room 216

Online Models for Providing Science Teaching Resources and Professional Development

Deanne Erdman, Baylor College of Medicine

F

11:00-12:00p.m.

Auditorium

Quality Science and Mathematics Teacher Preparation: Vision, Reality, and Needed Changes in the System

Dr. Gail Shroyer, Kansas State University

F

12:00-1:30

Ballroom

Working Lunch

The law and public schools: Emerging legal issues that teachers must know.

Suzanne E. Eckes, PhD, JD, Indiana University

F

1:30-2:30

Auditorium

Science is for Everyone – Try it Yourself!

Rick Crosslin, Indiana Science Educator, Teacher in Resident at Indianapolis Children Museum

F

2:30-3:00

Auditorium

Closing Remarks

Evaluation/Planning for 2011

F

3:00

 

Departure

Hotel check-out, airport departure (transportation provided)

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