Archive for April, 2011
Marine Aquarium Society of North America is giving away a full admission ticket to a banquet, presentations and trade show, September 9-11, Des Moines, Iowa, to a deserving teacher and two of his/her students.
Application Deadline: April 15
Send nominations to MASNASpeaks@masna.org
The Science Education Partnership and Assessment Laboratory cordially invite you to:
Investigating Elementary School Students’ Perceptions About the Benefits of Interacting With Scientists In Their Classroom
When: April 15th, 2011 at 11 am (Followed by reception)
Where: Hensill Hall Room 543
Speakers: Lakisha Witzel
Workshops to support the content areas and curriculum of science, math and career/technical education teachers and future teachers (especially kth-14th grade) Sponsored by the Schools of math & Science, Applied Science and Technology and Behavioral and Social Sciences and the Teacher Prep Center, Child Development & Family Studies Department, City College of San Francisco
When: June 1 & 2, 2011 (Wednesday & Thursday)
Main Campus, City College Of San Francisco
50 Phelan Ave., San Francisco, CA 94112
Diego Rivera Theater, MUB & Science BLDG. – (415) 239-3890
- Introductory Session-June 1- Morning Keynote- Diego Rivera Theater
- June 1 &2 – Workshops presented by CCSF, SFSU, SFUSD, faculty & Community science, CTE and math institutions
- Refreshments and lunch provided
- 1 unit in CDEV available for $26.00- Register at the Door- 8:15-9AM- Diego Rivera Theater- CRN #52045
Earthquake! The Science Behind the Northern Japan Earthquake, Tsunami, and Related Nuclear Events
Panel presentation and discussion by faculty experts in the College of Science and Engineering. Speakers from the: Department of Geosciences, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and School of Engineering
When: Monday, April 18, 2011 (12:10-1:30pm)
Where: Jack Adams Hall (Cesar Chavez Student Center)
This event is free and open to the public.
Overview: Phil Daro, a member of the writing team for the mathematics Core Standards, and the California Core Standards Special Commission.
48 states have signed on to adopt the Common Core Standards for mathematics and English language arts. So what? How will common standards change anything for teachers and students? Our speaker, a nationally renowned policy expert on mathematics education issues, will highlight some of the key points of difference in the substance of the standards, explain why they are the way they are, and discuss how the standards can make a difference for teachers and students.
Anyone interested in our state’s new standards is welcome to attend and will be admitted free of charge as guests of the Lawrence Hall of Science.
When: Saturday, April 16, 2011 at the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00
Parking is ample, but there is a cost per hour for parking–car-pooling is recommended.
Please RSVP to email@example.com