Presenter Name Title / Affiliation Presentation Title Presentation Date
Prival, Joan Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Programs National Science Foundation The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program:
Accomplishments and Challenges
Thursday, October 4th, 2012
Martin,  W. Gary Endowed Professor of Secondary Mathematics Education, Auburn University Re-envisioning Secondary School Mathematics  
Bukiet, Bruce Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology A Survey of Technologies that Can Be Used to
Enhance Student Interest in and Understanding of STEM Disciplines
Harmon, Deborah Professor of Teacher Education, Eastern Michigan University The DUETS Program: Highly Effective Urban STEM Teachers  
Scott, Timothy P. Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Associate Professor of Science Education Policy, College of Science, Texas A&M University Stimulating STEM Teacher Growth through aggieTEACH  
Brown, Cathy, Jean Lee and Sarah Leiker Professor of Mathematics Education, Head of the Division of Education, and Director of the Center of Teaching and Learning, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus; Assistant Professor of Teacher Education, University of Indianapolis; School Development Coach, New Tech Network Making Math Matter: Project Based Learning in
Krajcik, Joseph Professor of Science Education and Director, Institute for Research in Education, Assessment, and Teaching Environments for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, Michigan State University Implications of the K-12 Science Education Framework and Next Generation of Science Standards for Teaching and Learning  
Crosslin, Rick Lead Science Educator, Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township Indiana Expeditions: Science Is for Everyone!  
Evans, Julie CEO, Project Tomorrow Keynote Address: Enabled, Engaged, and Empowered: The K-12 Student Vision for Personalized Learning Friday, October 5th, 2012
Toolin, Regina and Beth White Associate Professor, University of Vermont; Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Vermont Project-based Inquiry as a Model for Teaching,
Learning, and Assessing Science in the Grade 7-12 Classroom
Teemant, Annela Associate Professor of Second Language Education, IUPUI Tailoring STEM Instruction for Diverse Learners:
What Matters Most?
Hiller, Chris and Sally Nichols BioLit Facilitator, Decatur New Tech High School; BioLit Facilitator, Decatur New Tech High School Implementing Literacy Strategies in Science  
Marchionda, Hope, Dagan Dalton, Emily Evanko and Kimberly Stinnett Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Western Kentucky University; Noyce Scholars, Western Kentucky University Using the 5E Lesson Model to Foster Mathematical and Scientific Thought  
Marshall, Jeff Associate Professor, Science Education and Director, Inquiry in Motion Institute, Clemson University The Keys to Improved Learning: 19 Ways to Transform Teacher Performance  
Dimmett, Dave Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, Project Lead The Way Project Lead The Way: Addressing America’s STEM Education Needs through World-class Curriculum, High-quality Professional Development, and an
Engaged Network
Rushton, Greg and Beth Spencer Director, MAT Science Program and Associate Professor Kennesaw State University;  Director of Pre-Teaching Georgia Institute of Technology Harvesting the Not-So-Low Hanging Fruit into Noyce Thursday, April 11th, 2011
Harrell, Pamela E. Associate Professor University of North Texas Using Learning Progressions to Sequence and Assess Student Learning  
Bohanon, Hank Associate Professor of Education Loyola University of Chicago Proactive Strategies for Preventing Problem Behavior in the Classroom  
Shuler, Sally Goetz Executive Director National Science Resources Center, sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution New Math and Science National Standards: Impacts on STEM Teachers’ Professional Development Friday, April 12th, 2011
Fowler, Ted and Kathie Maynard Academic Director, Fusion STEM Education Center and Professor Emeritus University of Cincinnati; Academic Director, Fusion STEM Education Center University of Cincinnati  Improving Science Instruction with AAAS Atlas and NSDL  
Hayes, Carolyn Director, Curriculum Planning and Development IU School of Medicine Learning Science: K-12  
List, Kylee and Linda Monroe Chemistry/Integrated Chemistry Physics Teacher Warren Central High School; Chemistry/AP Chemistry Teacher Warren Central High School Problem-Based Learning in an Urban School: CSI Approach in a Physical Science Course  
Rice, Kerry Associate Chair and Associate Professor Boise State University Project Based Learning in a Digital Age  
Eckes, Suzanne  Associate Professor Indiana University Relevant Legal Information for Public School Teachers  
Harkness, Shelly Sheats  Associate Professor University of Cincinnati The Paradox of Believing and Doubting: The Implications for Teachers’ Practices  
Varma-Nelson, Pratibha and Lin Zhu Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, IUPUI; Lecturer in Chemistry and Chemical Biology, IUPUI  Cyber Peer-Led Team Learning  
Lawrenz, Frances Associate Vice President for Research, University of Minnesota Highlights from the Evaluation of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Thursday, April 8th, 2010
Montplaisir, Lisa Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University Recruitment and Education of STEM teachers  
Mitchener, Carole P. Associate Dean for Programs and Evaluation and Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago Successful Strategies for Sustaining a Noyce Program  
Staver, John Professor Science Education and Chemistry, Purdue University  Introducing the Dynamic Nature of Chemical Equilibrium via a Guided Inquiry Activity  
Ricker, Timothy K-12 Science Facilitator at Indianapolis Public Schools, Indianapolis Public Schools Engage Students in Learning Science in High Need Urban Classrooms  
Luft, Julie Athletic Association Professor of Science and Mathematics Education, University of Georgia;  Adjunct Professor, Arizona State University Beginning science teachers: Strengthening, sustaining, or sinking?  
Noyce, Pendred (Penny) MD, Trustee of the Noyce Foundation and daughter of Dr. Robert N. Noyce Dr. Robert Noyce: Vision for STEM Education   
Stinson, David Associate Professor Middle and Secondary Education, Georgia State University Practicing the Science of Culturally Relevant Mathematics Pedagogy: Indeed, It Is Just Good Mathematics Teaching! Friday, April 9th, 2010
Morton, R. Patrick and Hank Hernandez Professor of Mathematical Sciences, IUPUI; Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences, IUPUI Using Geometer’s Sketchpad for Problem Solving Experiences in Geometry and Algebra  
Hill, John Clinical Professor, Executive Director of the National Rural Education Association, Purdue University Challenges in Preparing STEM Teachers in Rural Schools  
Eckes, Suzanne E. PhD, JD, Associate Professor Education Leadership and Policy Studies, Indiana University The law and public schools: Emerging legal issues that teachers must know  
Crosslin, Rick Indiana Science Educator, Teacher in Resident at Indianapolis Children Museum Science is for Everyone – Try it Yourself!