It never fails...every year the weather seems to impact my MN Conference on Science Education experience. This year, a terrific snowstorm reared its ugly head the day before I planned on heading the conference. I did manage to make the drive eventually, but the two presentations I was scheduled to share had to be rescheduled and attendance was low. Overall, it was a successful weekend of connecting with old friends and new, however. Ramsay Musallam's keynote and Saturday workshop did not disappoint either. The entire conference truly highlighted the professionalism and flexibility of Minnesota science teachers.
Here are links to the Google Sites that I created for each of my presentations. On the site, you'll get access to the presentation, resources, and my contact information. Please don't hesitate to send me a message if you have any questions!
Science First! Using Technology for Inquiry. (Overview of some of the tech tools students use in my classroom for investigations, presentations, discussions, etc.)
Facilitating Multi-Age Partnerships to Reinforce & Encourage Science Interest. (Examples of many ways that my high school science students have interacted with elementary students to teach and learn science concepts.)