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Symposium Title: MSPs: How K-12/College Partnerships Have Improved Chemistry Instruction
Descrption: The establishment of Math and Science Partnership programs in the wake of NCLB has led to many shifts in post-secondary attitudes about K-12 teaching in areas related to chemistry. The purpose of this symposium is to share MSP experiences from college faculty and K-12 teachers and how they have informed: Use of inquiry pedagogy; Learning progressions; High school/college transition and the problems of readiness and retention; Structure of professional development programs; Pre-service science curricula; and other topics of related interest.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Martin Brock
Restrictions: none
Part 1 of 3 [2010-08-01 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Doug Sawyer, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Jyotsna ThotaFrom college classroom to a high school classroom: Teachers’ reflections about a content based chemistry course
14:25:00Elizabeth RolandOne professional development structure for high school chemistry teachers: Field majors or non-field majors
14:45:00Jill BarkerDual enrollment courses in Virginia
15:05:00Donald StorerA dual-credit chemistry class using a blended delivery/team teaching approach
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Bryan MayDual enrollment courses: Just like regular courses only different
16:00:00James VallesHow self-beliefs influence minority students’ success in high school
16:20:00 discussion
Part 2 of 3 [2010-08-02 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Martin Brock, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Charles KutalHow an MSP project improved science instruction at the University of Georgia
09:25:00Charles H. AtwoodHigh school chemistry/freshman chemistry changes resulting from the PRISM project - an MSP in the state of Georgia
09:45:00Constance BlasieThe University of Pennsylvania Science Teacher Institute facing the storm: How and how well?
10:05:00Douglas BalmerClickers: Study of achievement, attitudes, and motivation in a first-year high school chemistry classroom
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Grace KimStructuring education courses to have an impact: Professional development by teachers for teachers
11:00:00Mike DappoloneWhy do we have to learn this? The real reason for taking chemistry in high school
11:20:00Mark HaydenTeaching high school chemistry with process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) and evaluating the influence on student attitudes toward learning science
11:40:00 discussion
Part 3 of 3 [2010-08-02 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Martin Brock, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Jill GrangerScience is a verb: Engaging teachers in classroom inquiry
14:25:00Phil McBrideImproving science education through K-12/college/county partnerships
14:45:00Chetna PatelTeaching biochemistry to in-service science teachers using a GOB textbook
15:05:00Caryl FishTeacher fellow program: Collaborating on collaborative learning
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Martin BrockChemistry in kindergarten! Developing children’s ideas about materials
16:00:00Gordon EggletonScience in 3-D: Adding the dimension of inquiry
16:20:00Jodye SelcoCal Poly Pomona and Rialto USD: How CaMSP has changed chemistry instruction at grade 5
16:40:00 discussion

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