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DRAFT Presentation Schedule

Northeast Association for Science Teacher Education Regional Conference

 

October 12TH-13TH, 2017

 

DRAFT

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

NE-ASTE

Schedule of Events

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

 

ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

UVM Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Labs

1 College Street, Burlington, VT

 

1:00 – 1:30 – REGISTRATION - COMMUNITY ROOM

 

1:30 – 3:00 – MELOSIRA RV, TOURS OF RUBENSTEIN LABS AND ECHO CENTER

 

3:00 – 3:15 – BREAK

 

3:15 – 4:45 – MELOSIRA RV, TOURS OF RUBENSTEIN AND ECHO CENTER

 

4:45 – 5:00 – CLOSING

 

 

 

Dinner Suggestions in the Downtown Burlington Area:

A list of local Burlington restaurants can be found in the publication “Seven Days - Seven Nights.”

 

Some other options are listed below:

 

Ø  Hen of the Wood55 Cherry Street

            Intimate eatery featuring daily menus of local, seasonal fare, craft cocktails, and understated décor.

Ø  American Flatbread Burlington115 St. Paul Street

            Lively choice for craft beer and inventive wood-fired pizzas loaded with organic, seasonal toppings.

Ø  Trattoria Delia152 St. Paul Street

            Traditional regional Italian cuisine served in a romantic, basement space with a stone fireplace.

Ø  Farmhouse Tap & Grill160 Bank Street

            Farm-to-table Gastropub and seasonal beer garden showcasing burgers and craft beers.

Ø  Leunig’s Bistro1115 Church Street

            Small Plates – Hip – Great Dessert

 


 

NE-ASTE

Conference Schedule

Friday, October 13th, 2017

4TH FLOOR DAVIS CENTER

 

7:45-8:30 – NEASTE REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST

Fireside Lounge - 4th Floor Davis Center

 

8:30-9:00 – WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS

Livak Ballroom

 

9:00-10:15 – CONCURRENT SESSION #1

Rooms: Williams, Chittenden, Frank Livak, Mildred Livak

 

10:15-10:30 – BREAK – COFFEE AND SNACKS

Fireside Lounge

 

10:30 – 11:45 – CONCURRENT SESSION #2

Rooms: Williams, Chittenden, Frank Livak, Mildred Livak

 

12:00-1:00 – LUNCH AND KEYNOTE – JASON STOCKWELL

Livak Ballroom

 

1:00 – 1:30 – ROUNDTABLE SESSION

Livak Ballroom

 

1:30-2:30 – POSTER SESSION

Livak Ballroom

 

2:30 – 2:45 - BREAK – REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS

Fireside Lounge

 

2:45-4:00 – CONCURRENT SESSION #3

Rooms: Williams, Chittenden, Frank Livak, Mildred Livak

 

4:00 – 4:45 – BUSINESS MEETING AND CLOSING

Livak Ballroom

 

 

Map of Sessions

 

TIMES

 

FRANK LIVAK BALLROOM

 

 

CHITTENDEN ROOM

 

WILLIAMS ROOM

 

MILDRED LIVAK BALLROOM

9:00-10:15

Sociocultural and Equity 1

 

K-12 Science Learning 1

 

Pre-Service Teacher PD 1

 

In-Service Teacher PdD1

10:30-11:45

K-12/Post-Secondary Science Learning 2

 

Pre And In Service Teacher PD

 

In-Service Teacher PD 2

 

Sociocultural And Equity 2

 

1:00-1:30

 

 

Roundtables

VEEP Workshop

 

Roundtables

1:30-2:30

 

 

Poster Session

 

 

Poster Session

2:45-4:00

In-service Teacher PD 3

 

In-Service Teacher PD 4

 

 

Integrating STEM Research into Science Education 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Concurrent Session #1, 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

Sociocultural and Equity Issues in Science Education

Frank Livak Ballroom

 

Sule Aksoy, Syracuse University

Devrim Guven, Syracuse University

John. W. Tillotson, Syracuse University

Learning from Socio-scientific Issues Based Cases: Science Teachers’ Proposed Practices and Objectives

 

Gaye Defne Ceyhan, Syracuse University

Ebru Zeynep Mugaloglu, Bogazici University, University of Copenhagen

Does Teaching Experience Matter? Teachers' Ideas About Evidence-Based Teaching Through an Instructional Scaffold

 

Erika Gillette and Desiree Halpern

Teachers College, Columbia University

Refugee Science Education: Volunteer Preparedness

 

 

 

 

Concurrent Session #1, 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

K-12 Science Learning

Chittenden Room

 

Kristina Hopkins

Teachers College, Columbia University

Middle School Students’ Engagement During Primary Experiences in Project-Based Science Learning

 

Leana Peltier

Sleepy Hollow High School

The Power of Peer-to-Peer Interactions

 


 

Concurrent Session #1, 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

Pre-Service Teacher Professional Development

Williams Room

 

Eliza Bobek

University of Massachusetts Lowell

Introduction to STEM Teaching: An Exploratory Course Focusing on Field Based Experiences

 

Susan Rauchwerk, Nicole Weber, Laura Kathrein, and Elena Rossen

Lesley University

WonderLab - A STEAM-based University Lab-School

 

Nick Stroud

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Impact of Science Teaching and Curriculum Design on Undergraduates’ Self-Efficacy

                                          

 

 

 

 

Concurrent Session #1, 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

In-Service Teacher Professional Development

Mildred Livak Ballroom

 

Pooneh Sabouri

New York University

How to Help Elementary Teachers to Value and Practice Purposeful Observations in Their Teaching

 

Barbara A. Hopkins, New Hampshire Department of Education

Melissa Lombard, Fitchburg State University

Diving In! Secondary Teacher Challenges, Training & Responses for Implementing the NGSS Science Practices

 


 

Concurrent Session #2, 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

K-12 & Post-Secondary Science Learning

Frank Livak Ballroom

 

Nanette Marcum-Dietrich

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

The Precipitating Change: Embedding Computational Thinking into the Middle School Science Classroom

 

Heather Page, New York University

Patrick Callahan, Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics

Using Scientific Practice to Address the Girls Crisis: Designing Science Education From a Feminist Perspective

 

Linden Higgins, Education for Critical Thinking and University of Vermont

Catherine Duckett, Monmouth University

Impact of an Interdisciplinary First-year Seminar on Student Skills

 

 

 

 

Concurrent Session #2, 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Pre- and In-Service Teacher Professional Development

Chittenden Room

 

Lisa Neesemann

Teachers College, Columbia University

Heterarchical Mentoring as a Means for Preservice Teacher Support

 

John W. Tillotson

Syracuse University

Closing the Research-Practice Gap: Empowering Teachers through Action Research

 

 


 

Concurrent Session #2, 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

In-Service Teacher Professional Development

Williams Room

 

Peter Hillman, Center for STEM Education, Mercy College, NY

Felicia Moore-Mensah, Teachers College, Columbia University

Vertically Aligned Professional Learning Communities for NGSS Aligned Elementary Science Teacher Professional Development

 

John Russell, Teachers College, Columbia University

Liz Clark-Garvey, MfA

Teachers Leading Teachers - Supporting Professional Learning Teams at MÆ’A

 

Ellie Williamson, Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction

Suzette Nelson, Clara Barton High

Reading Between the Lines

 

 

Concurrent Session #2, 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Sociocultural and Equity Issues in Science Education

Mildred Livak Ballroom

Eric Olson

State University of New York-Oswego

I have a Nightmare: How Social Media, Big Data and the Fear of Exclusion are Turning Children into “Like-Zombies”

 

Shruti Krishnamoorthy, New York University

Adam Devitt, New York University

Using Heuristics as a Tool for Queering Pre-Service Teachers' Beliefs: Re-orienting towards liberatory classroom practices

 

Allison Bookbinder, Teachers College, Columbia University

Anna Beck, Teachers College, Columbia University

Toward a Praxis for Multicultural and Social Justice Education for Pre- and In-Service Science Teachers

 

 

Roundtable Sessions, 1:00-1:30 p.m.

Frank and Mildred Livak Ballroom

 

Laura Pratt, Essex Middle School

Lisa Barry, Essex Middle School

The Untapped Gold Mine of Engineering Design: Five Tasks for All Learners on a Budget


Comfort M. Ateh, Providence College

Towards an Explicit Understanding of the Systems and System Models in NGSS


Ashley Eaton, University of Vermont



Colleen Hickey, Lake Champlain Basin Program

Watershed for Every Classroom


Simon Jorgenson, University of Vermont

What is STEM Education?: A Definitive Answer to a Serious Question


John Hanning, Archimedes Aerospace LLC

Mark Long, Sea Education Association

Bringing Ocean Policy and Inquiry-based Remote Sensing to the Science Teacher

 

 

 

 

 

Workshop Session, 1:00-1:30 p.m.

Chittenden Room

 

Aaron Heyerdahl, Vermont Energy Education Program

Mariah Keagy, Vermont Energy Education Program

Tools for Energy and Climate science education – A hands- on workshop conducted by VEEP Staff

 

Poster Session, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Frank and Mildred Livak Ballroom


Yi Li, Teachers College, Columbia University

Rebecca Vieyra, American Association of Physics Teachers

Jiahao Li, Virginia Episcopal School

Designing Professional Development Program to Foster Computational Thinking and Physics Understandings in Motion 


Otis Robinson, Teachers College, Columbia University

Design STEM Education Project Based Learning

 

Simon Jorgenson, University of Vermont

Stephanie Ratmeyer, University of Vermont

The VSTEM Leadership Institute: Meeting the Challenge of STEM Professional Development in High Need Schools

 

Kayan James, MS 80 High School, NYC

Perzza Gonzalez, Promise Academy II Harlem Children Zone, NYC

Nippleworts, Stinkgrass, and Bitternuts: Oh My! Tracking Biodiversity Across Three Urban Sites

 

Laura M. Nickerson, University of New Hampshire

The UNH STEM Teachers' Collaborative: Connecting the NH Teachers to High Quality Professional Development in STEM

 

Mubina Schroeder, Molloy College

 

Tyler Hennessee, University of Vermont

John Hanning, Archimedes Aerospace LLC

Airborne and Fixed Mount Camera Multi-spectral Imagery of Sargassum Species

 

Arlene Ramos, Columbia University

Diminished Long Term Potentiation in Hippocampal Slices of Mice Perfused With Amyloid Beta Protein

 

Alia Thompson, Syracuse University

Communicating harmful algal blooms: Does design really matter?

 

 

 

 

 


 

Concurrent Session #3, 2:45 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

In-Service Teacher Professional Development

Frank Livak Ballroom

 

Peter Veronesi, The College at Brockport SUNY

Christine Bailey-Clar, Greece Central School District

Sarah Christopher, Elba Central School District

Making It Stick! Interleaving STEM Concepts for Long-Term Retention, NSF I-TEST Award Overview

 

Kristina Hopkins

Teachers College, Columbia University

Connections between NOS and Educational Neuromyths: The Role of Science Educators in Debunking Pseudoscientific Brain-based Products

 

Adam Devitt

New York University

Learning to Use “Radical Listening” as Teaching Practice to Incorporate Learner Standpoints into Science Teaching

 

 

Concurrent Session #3, 2:45 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

In-Service Teacher Professional Development

Chittenden Room

 

Kabba E. Colley

William Paterson University

Purposeful Science Teaching and Learning: The Project-Based Approach

 

Kate McCann

U-32 High School

Space Camp for Educators

 

Yi Li, Teachers College, Columbia University

Phillip A. Boda, Teachers College, Columbia University

More Than “Teachers of Teachers”: A Mixed-Methods Study of a Professional Development Leadership Workshop

 

 

Concurrent Session #3, 2:45 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Integrating STEM Research into Science Education

Mildred Livak Ballroom

 

Nanette Marcum-Dietrich

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Teaching Environmental Sustainability - Model My Watershed (MMW) Curricula and Toolset

 

Rory Waterman

University of Vermont

Research Experiences at the High School Level

 

 


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