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Summer Science Symposium Physics Presented by Mr. Dickson Bidokwu July 12-16, 2013 Day 3 Sebastian Oddone, District Supervisor Department of Mathematics.

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1 Summer Science Symposium Physics Presented by Mr. Dickson Bidokwu July 12-16, 2013 Day 3 Sebastian Oddone, District Supervisor Department of Mathematics and Science Office of Academics and Transformation

2 Name Tent Use blank sheet of paper to make a name tent Front: First Name Back: School Name and years teaching Department of Mathematics and Science

3 Summer Science Symposium Guidelines Symposium Schedule: –8:30 AM – 3:30 PM (no late arrivals, no early dismissal) –Lunch: 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Stipend and Master Plan points requirements: –100% attendance for all three days and turn in follow-up –Signature required in the morning and afternoon –Charter school teachers must contact their school administration for stipend –Part time, hourly, 3100, 3110, and other non-full time teachers are not eligible to attend and receive the $100 stipend Daily Reflection and Follow up assignment –Handout of Modeling activity presented by group with questioning strategies and product expectation Department of Mathematics and Science 3

4 Norms M ake sure to be kind to the presenters and give them your full attention, and please be on time D on’t be afraid to ask and share, we are all life- long learners C are for your profession and be kind to others P lease remember we are guests at Miami SHS S ilence your cell phones and turn off your gaming devices Department of Mathematics and Science

5 Agenda - Day 3 Modeling Lab Presentations –Presentation 3 –Presentation 4 –Presentation 5 –Presentation 6 Department of Mathematics and Science

6 Modeling Lesson Topics Nature of Science and scientific thinking –Pendulum Lab Acceleration –Uniform Acceleration Force –Spring Scale Lab Energy –Speed vs Drop Height Electricity –Sticky tape Magnetism –Investigating the field due to permanent magnets Light/Optics –Observing Shadows

7 Session Outcomes Participants will be able to: –Develop a Modeling Lesson using existing resources –Address CCSS in Math and Language Arts throughout the lesson –Model Lesson with participants as students beginning on Day 2 after lunch Department of Mathematics and Science

8 Good Science Instruction Effective Planning (with the end in mind) –Knowing the objective of each lesson(course description) –Plan together with teachers of the same subject area Implement a routine of inquiry based, hands-on activities relevant to the objectives of the topic –Applying models to formulate solutions to questions –Discovering answers through systematic observations Department of Mathematics and Science

9 Good Science Instruction (Cont…) Implement Higher-Order Questioning Strategies using Explicit-Reflective instruction to enhance student thinking –Asking questions about our surroundings Facilitate, encourage, and expect Higher Order Thinking (HOT) from your students –Make connections between content learned to real-world events and examples Encourage students to communicate verbally and in writing Department of Mathematics and Science

10 Exit Slip Day 3  What items in the professional development session were useful to your instructional practice?  What information would you like to see in future professional development?  How could this professional development be modified to address your specific needs?  Additional question(s) or comment(s) Please leave your reflections on the table Department of Mathematics and Science

11 Science Department Dr. Ava Rosales, Executive Director ElementaryMiddle SchoolHigh School Dr. Millard Lightburn District Supervisor Mr. Sebastian Oddone, District Supervisor Ms. Mary Tweedy, Curriculum Support Specialist Mr. Kirk Nieveen, Curriculum Support Specialist Ms. Keisha Kidd, Curriculum Support Specialist Ms. Mildred Farber District Administrative Assistant Phone:

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