Bring STEM to Your Classroom
Dr. Alice Christie, Professor Emeritus, ASU
Dr. Helen Padgett, ASU Technology Based Learning and Research
The session focuses on conceptual learning using interactive math and science lessons, innovative 3D math and science simulations, and access to an online math and science environment. It explores the importance of math, science and technology in society, strategies needed for rigorous inquiry and problem solving, and pedagogies for enhancing mathematical and scientific thinking in elementary and secondary students.
5/1/2010 at 10:30 - 11:20 AM, Raymond H. Kellis High School 1-118
Creating Interactive, Interdisciplinary Mapping GoogleTreks™ with Goggle Maps
Dr. Alice Christie, ASU President's Professor Emeritus, and Friends
Use Web 2.0 tools to create GoogleTreks™, interactive maps that incorporate authentic data, photos, student research, photos, podcasts, or other digital data to share with others around the world. Learners engage in problem solving, critical thinking, visual literacy, geo-location, contexts for spatial and cultural differences, and communication skills.
5/1/2010 at 12:30 - 2:00 PM, Raymond H. Kellis High School 1-118