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MSSLE 2009 Conference Agenda

Page history last edited by Stan Freeda 12 years ago

 

MSSLE CONFERENCE AGENDA - Final

Radisson Hotel - Nashua, NH

 

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Monday July 27, 2009

Opening Day

Times

Activity

Location/Room #

7:30am to 8:30am

Registration and Breakfast

Reg - Upper Lobby Breakfast - Wentworth

8:30am to 9:30am

Welcome From Dr. Virginia Barry, Commissioner of Education, and Kathleen Murphy, Director Division of Instruction

Wentworth

9:30am to 11:30am (Break 10:15-10:30am)

Keynote Session with Mahesh Sharma - "Improving Mathematics Instruction for All"

Wentworth

11:30am to 1:00pm

*****Lunch*****

Wentworth

Sessions 1:00pm to 3:30pm (break 2:30 - 2:45 pm)

Session M1: Continuation of Mahesh Sharma - "Improving Mathematics Instruction for All"

Wentworth

Session M2: Common Assessments: A Collaborative Approach to Aligning Curriculum and Instruction - Deb Farrington and Julia Payne-Lewis

Chesterfield

Note this is a Room Change from the printed schedule.

 

Session M3: Thinkfinity Resources for Teaching Science - Stan Freeda

Amherst

 

Session M4: Informal Assessment and Cooperative Learning Strategies for K-8 Math and Science: A Super Hands-On Opportunity - Lynn Chandler

Conway

 

Session M5: Raising the Level of Inquiry in Your Teaching - G. Kip Bollinger

Balsam

 

Session M6: Professional Learning Communities - Betsy Stefany

Portsmouth

 

Session M7: (two part session): Part 1 - Science4All - Universal Design for Learning in Science: A NH MSP project Part 2 -Using Computer Online Simulation to Enhance Science & Math Curriculum - Kathleen McClaskey

Northwood

 

3:30pm to 4:00pm

Closing Remarks and Announcements

Wentworth

 

 

Tuesday July 28, 2009

Morning

Times

Activity

Location/Room #

7:30am to 8:30am

Registration and Breakfast

Reg - Ballroom Foyer Brkfst - Nashua South

8:30am to 9:00am

Introductions and Framing the Day

Nashua South

Sessions 9:00am to 11:30am (break 10:15-10:30am)

Session T1: Elementary Teacher Intro to Unit of Study - Rich Andrusiak

Northwood

Session T2: In Mathematics: All Means Everyone - Judith Richardson

Nashua South

Session T3: Addressing Misconceptions Using Open Source Interactive Technologies Middle School - Cheryl RoseTobey

Nashua Center

Session T4: Part 1: Restructuring Mathematics Programs in Grades 6-8 Using NCTM's Curriculum Focal Points: Guidelines for Leaders - Ferd Prevost

Hollis

Session T5: Millennial Learners: Meeting the Challenge of Educating Learners of Today - Rose Colby

Hanover

Session T6: Teaching Science Using Web 2.0 Tools - Stan Freeda

Amherst

Session T7: Improving Classroom Assessments - G. Kip Bollinger

Nashua North

Session T8: Doing What Works: Research to Practice Resources in Mathematics - Christine Dwyer

Portsmouth

Session T9: An Overview of TI-Nspire Technology-Computer Software and Handhelds for Secondary Math and Science Education - Jim Donatelli

Conway

Session T10: Science Inquiry and the 5E's in the Classroom- Deb Tucker

Hampton

Session T11: Repeat Session: Informal Assessment and Cooperative Learning Strategies for K-8 Math and Science: A Super Hands-On Opportunity - Lynn Chandler

Windham

Session T12: Green Chemistry - Sarah Kenick

Berkeley

 

Session T13: Bodybrain Compatible Math and Science Classrooms - TJ Mears

Chesterfield

11:30am to 1:00pm

*****Lunch*****

Ashwood Court/Nashua South

 

Afternoon

Times

Activity

Location/Room #

Sessions 1:00pm to 3:30pm (break 2:30-2:45pm)

Session T14: Middle School Teacher Intro to Unit of Study - Rich Andrusiak

Northwood

Session T15: Developing Mathematics Across the Curriculum - Judith Richardson

Nashua South

Session T16: Addressing Misconceptions Using Open Source Interactive Technologies High School - Cheryl Rose Tobey

Nashua Center

Session T17: Part 2 - Restructuring Mathematics Programsin Grades 6-8 Using NCTM's Curriculum Focal Points: Guidelines for Leaders - Ferd Prevost

Hollis

Session T18: Repeat Session: Millennial Learners: Meeting the Challenge of Educating Learners of Today - Rose Colby

Hanover

Session T19: Creating Engaging and Interactive Science Activties Using Internet Resources - Stan Freeda

Amherst

Session T20: Making STEM Connections in Elementary Sciences - G. Kip Bollinger

Nashua North

Session T21: Repeat Session: Doing What Works: Research to Practice Resources in Mathematics - Christine Dwyer

Portsmouth

Session T22: Repeat session: An Overview of TI-Nspire Technology-Computer Software and Handhelds for Secondary Math and Science Education - Jim Donatelli

Conway

Session T23: Leadership - What Does It Look Like in Science Education? - Deb Tucker

Hampton

Session T24: Part 1 - Engineering is Elementary (EIE) - Conni White

Windham

Session T25: Competencies and Grading - Paul Leather

Berkeley

 

Session T26: Repeat Session: Bodybrain Compatible Math and Science Classrooms - TJ Mears

Chesterfield

3:30pm to 4:00pm

Closing Remarks and Announcements

Nashua South

 

Wednesday July 29, 2009

Final Day

Times

Activity

Location/Room #

7:30am to 8:30am

Registration and Breakfast

Reg - Ballroom Foyer Brkfst - Nashua South

8:30am to 9:30am

Introductions and Framing the Day **Engineering is Elementary presentation Conni White (free EIE materials will be given out)

Nashua South

Sessions 9:30am to 11:30am (break 10:15-10:30)

Keynote Presentation by Page Keeley "Transforming Science and Mathematics Professional Development Through Professional Learning Communities"

Nashua South

11:30am to 1:00pm

*****Lunch*****

Ashwood Court/Nashua South

Sessions 1:00pm to 3:30pm (break 2:30-2:45)

Session W1: "Using Trans-Formative Assessment to Create and Sustain Science Professional Learning Communities (PLC)" - Page Keeley

Nashua South

Session W2: HS Teacher Intro to Unit of Study - Rich Andrusiak

Balsam

Session W3: Eliciting Common Misconceptions Using Formative Assessment Probes K-6 - Cheryl Rose Tobey

Nashua Center

Session W4: Importance of Elementary Mathematics Milestones and How To Address Gap Areas - Susan Deese

Hanover

Session W5: Mathematics Teaching in Honduras - Darien Lauten

Hampton

Session W6: Developing Quantitative Literacy in the State of NH - Brian Beaudrie

Nashua North

Session W7: Part 2: Engineering is Elementary - Conni White

Windham

Session W8: Meeting the Challenge: Integrating Mathematics, Science and Literacy - Betsy Stefany

Portsmouth

3:30pm to 4:00pm

Closing Remarks and Announcements

Nashua South

 

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