We are pleased to share the on-demand archive for the 2020 Virtual Noyce Summit held on August 5. Let’s get started with a re-cap of the sights and sounds from the Summit!
Welcome: Dr. Sandra Richardson, NSF Noyce Program Lead; Dr. Robin Wright, Director, NSF Division for Undergraduate Education, and Dr. Jennifer Carinci, AAAS Program Director
Keynote: Dr. David E. Kirkland, Associate Professor, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development; Executive Director, NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools
Voices From the Field Panel: Roger Chang, Mumford High School; Pascale Haug, Brainerd High School; Cathryn Jolley, Richard Crockett Middle School; Patricia McMorris, Barbara Jordan Career Center; and Brianna Phernetton, Frederic High School. Facilitator: Dr. Karen Keene, NSF Noyce Program Co-Lead
Gallery Walk Noyce Project Team Presentations
Browse presentations from 114 Noyce Tracks 1-4 and Capacity Building (CB) projects. Tracks 1-3 and CB posters include project overviews, best practices/successes, implications, and identified gaps for further collaboration or enhancement. Track 4 presenters outline research questions, methods, findings, and implications for practice and future research.
Scholar/Fellow Video Competition
Noyce Scholars and Fellows were invited to submit short videos centered on (1) a K-12 STEM lesson, (2) the results of an action research project, (3) lessons learned from the Noyce experience, and (4) the impact of Noyce on development as an educator. Summit participants voted for their favorite.
- Students to Scientists: Transformative Action Research, Alyssa Weinsenstein & Megin Rice, Noyce Fellows at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
- Food for Thought: A Summer Camp Learning Experience for Mixed-Age Students, Tandy Petrov, Noyce Fellow at the University of Alabama Birmingham
- Lessons Learned as a Noyce Scholar, Chris Hensley, Noyce Scholar at Stephen F. Austin State
- Sharing Valuable Lessons from ATMALA, Angela Reed & Lacy Knight, Noyce Fellows at California State University, Fullerton
Workshops and Small Group Discussions: Albert Einstein Fellows engaged Noyce scholars/fellows around issues reflecting the Summit theme– teaching in an age of social justice and COVID 19, examining trauma-informed approaches for working with students, centering student work on community and environmental justice, parent perception of student STEM persistence, and building effective relationships. Joni Falk, TERC, presented on building online learning communities, in particular, STEMlnet.org. Meagan Pollock, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, described how to use micromessaging to build community during COVID 19. Noyce project staff led conversations about induction, recruitment, evaluation, online instruction, and building equity practices.