Superintendent’s STEM Symposium

2015 Anaheim – symposium link

Developing a Three Dimensional Next Generation Science Standards High School Science Unit.

This session showcases how to develop and teach a three dimensional sequence of lessons to teach about the ocean’s influence in global climate change. This lesson sequence was showcased in the California NGSS Roll Out II symposium, learn how it was developed so  you can transfer the process to your own units. Presented by Jill Grace, Jeff Orlinsky & Laura Henriques.     link to session materials

 

Summer Science Camps: Enrichment for Youth, Mentored Experience for Preservice Teachers
This session showcases a summer science camp at CSULB which provides a mentored teaching experience for prospective teachers while simultaneously providing academic enrichment for area youth and homeless youth.  link to session materials


2014 San Diego Symposium  – symposium link

Exploring Light and Waves Through an NGSS Lens    NGSS challenges educators to approach teaching science differently. Explore the shifts required by NGSS in relation to elementary concepts of light and waves. This session will address the 3D aspects of waves as presented in NGSS.

2014STEM Symposium elementary NGSS light and waves (ppt)

STEM activities light 2014

mirror maze STEM 2014  (word doc of mirror maze)


2013 Sacramento Symposium – symposium link

STEM Symposium 2013 PhysTEC  (ppt)

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