Samatha Ramaswamy, PSTA President | NJSC 2021 Invited Presenter | Long-term Lessons from Pandemic Teaching: Making Positive Changes Stick
Michael Heinz, NJDOE Science Coordinator | NJSC 2021 Invited Presenter | 2020 New Jersey Student Learning Standards and their Effect on Climate Change Education K-5 and 6-12
Linda Cook, NSELA President | NJSC 2021 Invited Presenter | Increasing Science Engagement through Community Collaboration
New Jersey Science Convention
Bringing 21st Century Science Skills to the Classroom
Title: Appendixes to the NJSLS-S
Abstract: How do we integrate P-21 Skills, Career Ready Practices, Technology, Social Emotional Learning, and Interdisciplinary Connections into science units? We will explore and discuss the Appendixes to the NGSS/NJSLS-S.
Time: 1:00-2:30 PM
(071) K-12 NGSS/NJSLS-S, SL/SUP Discussion Carnahan
Abstract: This workshop will provide updates on the standards review process, introduce new resources to assist in the review and revision of science curriculum, and provide updates on the science assessment system.
Time: 9:30-10:30 AM
(119) K-12 NGSS/NJSLS-S, SL/SUP Presentation/Lecture Carnahan
Title: Making Science Learning Lifelong, Lifewide and Lifedeep: The Importance of Out-of-School Learning
Abstract: Delve into the research regarding when and where STEM learning occurs, and the role of out-of-school learning. Explore examples of effective experiences and consider what programs might be appropriate for you.
Time: 11:30 AM - 12;30 PM
(047) K-12 STEM/STEAM, I/G Discussion Nassau 24
Title: Doing Science Safely
Abstract: This presentation will focus on some of the most important safety issues that teachers, supervisors and schools encounter, as students engage in investigations and hands-on activities.
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
(045) PreK-12 SL/SUP, I/G Presentation/Lecture Carnahan
The New Jersey Science Convention is co-sponsored by the NJ Science Teachers Association and the NJ Science Education Leadership Association.