Join ETLO on Monday, March 31, 2014 at 12:30 PM Eastern Time (Time Zone Converter) for a live webinar focusing on Supporting Educators with Implementing STEM Along With the Common Core with Marcia Barton, New Mexico Public Education Department, Christie Jones, Springfield (IL) Public School District 186 and Nevin Katz, ETLO.
Hear from a panel of leaders and educators who are working to support teachers with STEM and Common Core implementation. Webinar participants will be encouraged to share ways that they are providing professional development for STEM and Common Core during this interactive webinar. To join this webinar, please use the following link to enter ETLO's Collaborate Webinar Room: http://go.edc.org/march31webinar.
Pre-registration is not required for this webinar and the webinar will be recorded and posted on the ETLO Webinar Page. Hope you can join us!
About the Panelists
Marcia Barton is the new STEM Professional Development Specialist with the Math and Science Bureau of the New Mexico Public Education Department. Her job includes developing teacher professional development resources for the Common Core Math Standards, and the National Resource Council’s “Framework for K-12 Science Education”. She recently returned from spending eleven months at the National Science Foundation in the Education and Diversity program as an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. She is a National Board Certified Teacher who holds a Master in Science Teaching, and taught secondary science for over 13 years.
Christie Jones is a National Board Certified Teacher and has over 30 years of experience in education as a science teacher and science coordinator. She is currently a technology teacher instructional leader in Springfield Public Schools in Springfield, IL. Her work involves building curriculum and supporting teachers and administrators as they move to blended learning environments.
Nevin Katz develops online math and science courses, including Using Technology to Explore Weather and Climate. An experienced multimedia developer, Nevin also designs multimedia resources for online courses across disciplines such as an app on phonemic awareness and an app to design classrooms for blended learning. Prior to joining EdTech Leaders Online, Nevin taught high school science and authored the Dr. Birdley Teaches Science series of teacher resource books. Nevin holds a B.S. in Biology from Swarthmore College and an Ed. M. in Teaching and Curriculum from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.