Science Service Delivery Assignments Alleghany Northampton Gates Ashe Surry Stokes Rockingham Caswell Person Warren Vance Hertford Watauga Wilkes Halifax Yadkin Forsyth Granville Mitchell Avery Guilford Orange Franklin Bertie Caldwell Alamance Durham Nash Alexander Davie Madison Yancey Edgecombe Davidson Wake Martin Burke Iredell Washington Tyrrell Dare Randolph Chatham Wilson McDowell Rowan Buncombe Catawba Pitt Haywood Beaufort Swain Lincoln Johnston Hyde Lee Greene Rutherford Cabarrus Harnett Jackson Henderson Wayne Graham Polk Stanly Moore Cleveland Gaston Mecklenburg Montgomery Lenoir Macon Transylvania CravenCherokee Pamlico Clay Richmond Hoke Cumberland Jones Union Anson Sampson Duplin Scotland Onslow Carteret Region 1 Ragan Spain – email@example.com--(919)-807-3950 Robeson Bladen Pender Region 2 Benita Tipton – firstname.lastname@example.org--(919)-807-3933 New Columbus Hanover Region 3 Debra H/Donna K Brunswick Region 4 Jami Inman – email@example.com--(919)-807-3607 Beverly G. Vance, Region 5 Donna Kenestrick – firstname.lastname@example.org--(919)-807-3863 Science Section Chief email@example.com Region 6 Debra Hall – firstname.lastname@example.org--(919)-807-3814 919-807-3936 Region 7 Jami Inman Region 8 Ragan S/ Benita T
Session Objectives: • To share updates from DPI • To develop awareness of resources for formal and nonformal science education • To provide opportunities to link nonformal resources with K-12 science education • To make connections with other colleagues
NC Science Wiki www.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
Science Live Binder LIVE !BINDER urcesReso zed io rgan by tea ching d sta ndar http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/122973
January 29, 2013 February 6, 2013 Region 5 November 1, 2012 Region 1 GSO Colliseum Region 3 ECSU January 24, 2013 Region 7 NWRESAFebruary 12, 2013 Region 8 TBD January 10, 2013 January 15, 2013 Region 6 Region 2 January 31 , 2013 UNCC River Landing Region 4 Clubhouse RESA Workshops 2012-2013
North Carolina Science Festival April 5-21, 2013• Planning events may include lectures,expos, science cafes, exhibitions &performances 2012 K-12 Involvement• Science Night Kit Elementary• Citizen Science Middle School• Invite a Scientist High School www.ncsciencefestival.org
Presidential Awards for Excellence inMathematics & Science Teaching Nominate An Outstanding 7-12 GradeTeacher Today! www.paemst.org Nominations close April 1, 2013 Applications due May 1, 2013
Next Generation Science Standards http://www.nextgenscience.org/
Mix-Music-Meet – Draw your hand on a piece of paper. – Write 5 things you have learned thus far, one each finger. – When the music starts, take your paper and walk about the room. – When the music stops, make a group of two or three and discuss at least one important thing you have learned.
How to be Bilingual • Choose an acronym and T match with the appropriate H definition. A N K Y O U
How to be Bilingual • CCSS • NCPTS • EOC • NGSS • EOG • READY • ELL • IHE • RESA • LEA • RttT • MSL • STEM
NCVPS • North Carolina Virtual Public School • Jennifer Nobles
Beyond a Field Trip • Survey results shared by Mariah Grant
NC Professional TeachingStandards (NCPTS)
Making Cooperation Count • How nonformal educators can help teachers meet performance standards • Look at the resources you have developed. Where do they align with the NCPTS? • Record findings on chart paper. Be prepared to report out.
Next Steps • Provide program information. • Provide alignment of resources & various program offerings to the NC Science Essential Standards.
Evaluation • Plus/Delta evaluation • Topics of discussion for next meeting
Questions • Benita Tipton email@example.com • Debra Hall firstname.lastname@example.org