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Friday, March 6
 

8:00am

9:00am

10:00am

What's New with Modeling Instruction Capitol 1Mike Gallagher Cell Differentiation and Gene Expression Meeting Room 104Bill Cline • Shannon Mareski Making Your Own POGILs Meeting Room 201Chandler Missig Enhancements to particle models for explaining conductivity and related thermal phenomena. Michigan 2Trevor Goff • Scott Milam One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish: Great Lakes Fish ID Meeting Room 203Jonathan Massung • Tracy Page Addressing English Language Learners in a Science Class Regency 2Thomas Long Consensus Meetings in Science: Making Student Thinking Visible & Incorporating Student Voice Banquet 3Tiffany Henfling Engineering the Future Meeting Room 103Gary Curts High School Science Networking Session Banquet 1Lory Thayer • Wendi Vogel Nature Journaling: Blending Art and Science Meeting Room 204Misty Klotz • Meredith Zettlemoyer NGSS aligned curriculum and teacher pedagogy at the high school level - a practical approach Meeting Room 202Israel Touitou Increase Enrollment and Improve Achievement in AP Science Michigan 1Susan Olszewski Building Capacity with Teacher Leader Corps Meeting Room 102Elisha Laninga • Heather Luoto • Kevin St. Onge Emphasis on the E in STEM! Meeting Room 205Jason Beatty • Barb Land Assessment Fixer-Upper: Learn to assess "knowledge in use" with Item Clusters Banquet 6Jessica Ashley Do we REALLY know ourselves and our students? Ensuring "all students" really DOES mean "all students" Banquet 4Jill Griffin Spin Art, STEAM from Parts to Art Banquet 2Michele Bielby • Kelly Swales Field Trip - Michigan State University Museum Field Trip - Bus from Lansing Center

11:00am

1:00pm

Biology Interactive Learning Logs Regency 1Lara Gusty • Stephanie Niedermeyer HHMI Bioactive Movie Matinee - From Antsto Grizzlies: A General Rule for Saving Biodiversity Banquet 6Mark Eberhard How to Start Biology and Chemistry NGSS Units using Driving Question Boards to Investigate Phenomena Meeting Room 201Andrea McCune • Lauren Nacy Mammal Mania Meeting Room 203Kevin Frailey Trick or Treat! Discover What Color Our Candy Really Is Using Electropho-REESE's. Meeting Room 101Richard Chan Seeing the Unseeable: Models That Really Work - Tetrahedrons and Magnetometers Meeting Room 205David Mastie Panel Discussion - The Future of Science Teaching in Michigan Banquet 5Rich Bacolor Who gets to be a Smart Science Student in your Classroom? Banquet 3Christie Morrison Thomas Why aren’t they talking? Tips and Strategies for More Productive Discourse in Science Banquet 2Laura Ritter Put On Your Engineering Glasses Meeting Room 103Gary Curts Creating Nature Makerspace Boxes Meeting Room 204Ashlie Smith Grant Writing 101: Find the Fund$ for STEM Michigan 3June Teisan Improving hypothetical protein annotation as a bioinformatic project Regency 2Laura Harris • Serena Harris Of the 3 R's, which R is most important. Meeting Room 202Kathleen Klein Mi-STAR Share-a-thon: NGSS Tips, Tricks, and Tools for the Classroom Banquet 7Megan Birdwell • Luke Bowman • Stephanie Tubman Understanding Light and Optics by Mark Davids Banquet 8Mark Davids • Sebastian Jolta Did You Know That all of the Graduation Requirements Can Be Met while Maintaining a STEM focus? Let's Talk About the MMC Flexibility! Banquet 4Rashell Bowerman

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Saturday, March 7
 

7:00am

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9:00am

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11:00am

12:00pm

1:00pm

2:00pm