The New Hampshire Science Teachers’ Association is hosting their annual Spring Conference on Saturday, April 1 at Pinkerton Academy. The Early Bird registration deadline for this event is March 1!
Here are a few spotlights:
Spotlight #7: Session 1: 8:00 – 9:30. Room 208.
# 3. More Bang for your Chemistry Bucks!
Format: HO, L, DE. Level: M, H
Presenters: Kyle Plante, and Ken Blakeslee, Pinkerton Academy
Description: Ever struggle to gain the attention of your students? Using these tried and true demonstrations with purposeful questioning afterwards can be a great way to energize your science class and get them thinking about the mechanisms that drive them. Come and find out how you can get more bang out of your chemistry bucks!
Spotlight #8: Session 2 – 10:00 – 11:30. Room: 203.
#4. STEM in 4th Grade-A survey through the STEM experience at Alton Central School
Format: HO, DI, L. Level: All
Presenters: Mike Major, Susan Bailey and Rick Macduff, Alton Central School|
Description: Fourth Graders experience STEM through the Computer Science, Tech Ed, and Science eyes throughout the school year for the first time. As a result the teachers experience fourth graders for the first time for some and in a new way for others.
Spotlight #9: Session 3 – 12:00 – 1:30. Room: 213
#5. Arctic Wednesdays: Professional Development for Teachers in Extreme Weather & Climate
Format: HO, DI. Level: All
Presenters: William Broussard and Brian Fitzgerald, Mount Washington Observatory
Description: Mount Washington Observatory’s 2017 pilot program introduced pre-College teachers to weather observation and education in the “Home of the World’s Worst Weather.” We’ll discuss program highlights, pre-and post-program activities, and solicit feedback for an improved program in 2018.
Get all of the conference details, including agenda and continuing ed information, on the event webpage.