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  • Every lesson is the result of so many little decisions. Including using tech. Teaching = Jazz
  • Education in the Year 2000 (as predicted in 1910)
  • How’d he do?
  • Carpe Diem School, Yuma County, AZ – 300 cubicles, 1 teacher per subject
  • But are we really using tech in STEM effectively? Compare scientists to students. Which actions does the tech support?
  • Qualitative, Momentum conserved?
  • Quantitative – model for projectile motion
  • TIP: Give meaningful purpose to inquiry.     "New playing fields are going to be built on the lot across the street from our school. Unfortunately, people will need to cross Route 121 (a 2-lane highway) to get to those fields.  Currently, the proposed pedestrian crossing is a crosswalk with a flashing yellow light. Is there a speeding problem on Route 121? Do you think the proposed crossing is adequate? Present your findings to the Board of Education." See my blog post "Speeding Problem?" http:// bit.ly/speedprob  
  • TIP: Give meaningful purpose to inquiry.     "New playing fields are going to be built on the lot across the street from our school. Unfortunately, people will need to cross Route 121 (a 2-lane highway) to get to those fields.  Currently, the proposed pedestrian crossing is a crosswalk with a flashing yellow light. Is there a speeding problem on Route 121? Do you think the proposed crossing is adequate? Present your findings to the Board of Education." See my blog post "Speeding Problem?" http:// bit.ly/speedprob  
  • Tech forum2012

    1. 1. Scientists StudentsCreating ConsumingExploring WatchingDiscovering VerifyingReasoning Recalling
    2. 2. What I cannot create,I do not understand. - Richard Feynman
    3. 3. 1. Model Development2. Model Deployment3. Model Failure
    4. 4. Observe & Experiment
    5. 5. Construct a Model
    6. 6. Share Results
    7. 7. 1. Model Development2. Model Deployment3. Model Failure
    8. 8. Multiple Representations
    9. 9. Make Predictions
    10. 10. 1. Model Development2. Model Deployment3. Model Failure
    11. 11. Develop New Model
    12. 12. How can technology support doing science?
    13. 13. http://www.stemsmart.org/force-plates-elevators-and-physics-at-venice-high-school/
    14. 14. http://linus.highpoint.edu/~atitus/videos/
    15. 15. ?
    16. 16. Frank Noschese fnoschese@gmail.comfnoschese.wordpress.com @fnoschese

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