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Saturday, March 9 • 8:00am - 8:50am
Science Teaching Snapshot 9

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Snapshots are a series of quick 10 minute presentations followed by discussion. 1. Transitioning to the standards-based classroom. Laziness and cheating was holding my class back. I'm sharing my new approach in my classroom, which will help me transition to standards based grading. 2. The importance of connecting formal and informal science education experiences. A discussion of how the Juvenile Detention Center is continuing science education while incarcerated is important to these students’ learning, development, and retention of an interest in science. 3. Benefits and importance of nature centers. The presentation is based on research on the importance and benefits of nature centers to education and the community.

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Lauryn Branham

Peer Leader, WISCIENCE
I'm currently a student at UW Madison studying Computer Science and Education Studies. I'm involved with a service learning course named "Service with Youth in STEM" whose goal is to prepare college students to be leaders in the community and bring science to elementary students around... Read More →

Saturday March 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am CST
Room E

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