2010 NSF Noyce Conference Videos and Presentations

Plenary Session Videos and Workshop Session Presentations from the July 2010 NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference in Washington, DC, are listed below.

Plenary Session Videos

July 8, Opening and Welcome

Opening and Welcome:
Joan Prival, NSF
Alan I. Leshner, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Remarks:
Linda Slakey, NSF
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, NSF
Opening and Welcome

July 8, Voices from the Field

Moderator:  Linnea Fletcher, NSF
Panelists: (Former Noyce Scholars)
Federicka Blackwell, Fulton County Tri-Cities HS
Garnett Coy, Menefiee County HS
Mika Hunter, Riverside HS
Karen Klein, Garnet Magnet HS
Maria Ortiz, Hollenbeck MS
Shelly Stachurski, Mapleton Public Schools
Voices from the Field

July 8, Working Lunch and Keynote

Jason Kamras, District of Columbia Public Schools
Working Lunch and Keynote

July 8, Plenary:  Teamwork to Produce Effective Noyce Scholars

Walter Hill, Tuskegee University
Teamwork to Produce Effective Noyce Scholars

July 9, Keynote:  Perspectives on K-12 Science Education

Introduction:  Shirley Malcom, AAAS
Speaker:  Bruce Alberts, AAAS
Perspectives on K-12 Science Education

Workshop Sessions / Presentations

Presentations made at the July 2010 NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference in Washington, DC, are listed below, by session number.

July 7, New Awardees Session

New Awardees Session – NSF Staff
NSF Staff Presentation

July 8, Morning Sessions

1.1.A — Patricia Friedrichsen, Marilyn Soucie, Heather Worsham
From Billboards to Facebook: Recruitment Strategies for Undergraduate and Post-Baccalaureate Programs

1.1.B — Monica Plisch
Know Your Audience: Marketing Strategies to Recruit Teachers

1.2 — David Andrews, Lienne Medford, et al.
Noyce Regional Conferences: 2009-2010 Regional Conference Reports

1.3.A — Jacqueline T. McDonnough
Using a Residency Model to Prepare Teachers for High Need Schools

1.3.B — Rabia Shahbaz, Ariel McIntyre, Angelle Whittington
The Power of an Online Learning Community:  By and For Noyce Scholars

1.4.A — Davida Fischman
Good Resources for Math Teaching

1.4.B — Elsa Medina
Learning Mathematics in a Second Language

1.5.A — Julie Luft
Building Induction Programs for Content  Specialists: Research on Beginning Teachers

1.5.B — Gail Richmond, Angela Calabrese-Barton, Amal Ibourk
Using a Wiki to Support Noyce Scholar Development and to Serve as a Research and Evaluation Tool

1.6 — Eileen McIlvain, Laura Moen
Making the Most of Digital Learning Resources for STEM with the National Science Digital Library (NSDL)

1.7.A — Margarita Cummings
Understanding the Varied Perspectives of Stakeholders in a Collaborative Partnership for Mathematics Teacher Preparation

1.7.B — Barbara Edwards
Math for America San Diego: A Multi-Institutional Regional Approach to Improving Mathematics Education

1.8.A — Victor Donnay
Building on a Baseline Survey to Strengthen Program Design

1.8.B — Lisa M. Gonsalves, Tricia Kress
Navigating the Socio-Cultural Web: Introducing a Theoretical Model for Evaluating Teacher Preparation Residency Programs

1.9 — Michael S. Calzi, Joseph A. Henderson, Christopher Young
New Eyes:  Developing and Sustaining Reform-Minded Community through Innovative Use of Whatcha Already Got

1.10 — Suzanne Thurston, Tim Gerber
Partnerships and Resources for Secondary Pre-Service Teacher Preparation

1.11 — Michelle Stachurski
Essential Components of Student-Centered Physics Curricula

1.12 — Anna Heyer, Rachel Zenuk
BioME:  Making DNA Relevant and Exciting in the High School Classroom

July 8, Afternoon Sessions

2.1.A — Paul Bischoff
Recruiting Incoming Freshman Science Majors as Potential Noyce Scholars

2.1.B — Robert Ferdinand
Recruitment of Robert Noyce Teacher Scholar Cohorts at East Central University, Ada, OK

2.2.A — Jaime Arvizu
The MERLOT Content Builder: Managing Teaching and Learning Resources with a Powerful Online Tool

2.2.B — Edward Rock
The NSTA Learning Center: Online Content Building Resources for Teachers of Science

2.3.A — Pamela Fraser-Abder
Secondary School Teachers Think They Know Good Teaching:  Do Their Students Agree?

2.3.B — Sheila R. Vaidya
Teachers Who Meet the Challenges of Teaching in High Need Schools

2.4 — Adrienne G. Spina
Instructional Strategies Using Posters in Mathematics

2.5 — John Keller
Science Teacher and Researcher (STAR) Program: Developing “Teacher-Researchers” Through Paid Summer Research Experiences at National Laboratories

2.6 — Ted Fowler
Improving Science Instruction Using the AAAS Atlas of Science Literacy and the National Science Digital Library

2.7 — Carol Cronk
Productive Classroom Culture

2.8.A — Christopher Halter
Purposeful School Partnerships Within an Innovative Credential Program

2.8.B — Tammy J. Ladwig
Alternative Math and Science Teacher Licensure Parnership: The University of Wisconsin’s collective experiences from a Noyce Co-PI, Noyce Student Scholars and program assistant, what we now know about the process and the different stages we have worked through

2.9.A — Eric Brewe
GEMS: Changing the Educational Paradigm at a Hispanic-Serving Institution in South Florida

2.9.B — Valerie K. Otero
The Colorado Learning Assistant Model and Its role in a Synergistic Program for Institutional Change

2.10 — Angela Webb
Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn: Negotiating the Labyrinth of Secondary Science Teaching

2.11 — Christine D. Thomas, Fred Dillon
Teaching Strategies for a Reasoning and Sense Making Approach to Student  Learning in High School Mathematics Classrooms

2.12 — Daree Yancey
GK-12 Fellow / Teacher Applied Mathematics

2.13 — Monica Plisch
National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics

July 9, Morning Sessions

3.1.A — Laveria Hutchison
Recruiting and Selecting High Caliber Mathematics and Science Students:  Successes, Formative Changes and Lessons Learned

3.1.B — Greg Rushton
Harvesting the ‘Not-So-Low Hanging Fruit’ into the Noyce Program: Strategies and Opportunities

3.2.A — Pamela E. Harrell,  Colleen M. Eddy
Using Learning Progressions to Sequence and Assess Learning

3.2.B — Enrique Ortiz
Using a Teaching Goals Inventory to Analyze Noyce Scholars’ Development of Teaching and Assessment Practices

3.3 — Patricia Trina Crowley
Noyce Scholars: Perceptions of Teaching as a Profession

3.4 — Louis Nadelson
Preparing STEM Education Majors to Teach Using Inquiry-Based Instruction

3.5 — Laura Henriques
Real and Virtual Physics Activities for the Secondary Classroom

3.6 — T. Lord
Using Scientific Teaching with General Biology Students: Designing Lessons with the 5E Planning Format of Instruction

3.7.A — Linda Cooper Foreman
The Mathematics Studio Program:  A Promising Context for Transforming Mathematics Learning, Teaching, Coaching, and Leadership

3.7.B — Karen Symms Gallagher
NSF Robert Noyce Math for America Los Angeles Project

3.8.A — Christine Drew
Using Public Representations of Students’ Thinking to Drive Evidence-Based Reasoning

3.8.B — Gaoyin Qian
Scientists in Action: Learning and Teaching Mathematics and Science by Using Community Resources

3.9 — Steven Fletcher
You Just Don’t understand: Discourse and Communication in a Fledgling Noyce Partnership

3.10 — Jana Bouwma-Gearhart
Engaging Aspiring Educators in Inquiry and Related Curriculum Development Through an Interdisciplinary Field Course

3.11 — Suzanne E. Eckes
Emerging Legal Issues in Education

3.12 — John Soule
Building Engineers for the Future: Changing Perceptions of Math and Science in Rural Washington

3.13 — Melanie Smith
Ping-Pong Balls and Lipstick: Teaching Problem Solving Using Complex Estimation

July 9, Keynote & Mini Plenary Sessions

Keynote — Bruce Alberts
Perspectives on K-12 Science Education

Plenary Panel A — Thomas Keller
Developing a Conceptural Framework for New Science Education Standards

Plenary Panel B — Kaye Forgione, Jean Slattery
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Mathematics:  An Overview of the Standards, How They Were Developed, and Their Potential Impacts on Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Professional Development

Plenary Panel C — Frances Lawrenz, Ellen Bobronnikov
Overview of Noyce Program Evaluation