Observing Mathematics and Science Classrooms

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Observing Mathematics and Science Classrooms
Observing Mathematics and
Science Classrooms
April 24, 2015
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
107 Willard Hall
$25 registration fee (lunch & materials provided)
Registration limited to first 30 participants
Participants need to bring their own laptop
To register visit: http://education.okstate.edu/
node/728
Carol L. Stuessy, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Center for Mathematics
and Science Education (College of
Science and College of Education and
Human Development)
Director, Online Ed.D. in Curriculum
and Instruction Program
Texas A&M University
Department of Teaching, Learning and
Culture
Email: [email protected]
IMPROVING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCH ON
CLASSROOM TEACHING AND LEARNING
Dr. Stuessy has spent her professional career
investigating qualities of the “expert” classroom teacher. She uses terms such as flow, orchestration, cognitive
complexity, higher-order thinking, mental models, and
student initiative to “make sense” of teaching expertise
in designing and implementing effective 21st century
mathematics and science lessons. Dr. Stuessy is former
president of the School Science and Mathematics Association, known internationally for its focus on the integration of mathematics and science in contemporary K16 classrooms. She has a record of extensive graduate
teaching, research and grant support addressing the
enhancement of mathematics and science teaching
through integration, interdisciplinary teaching, technology, cross-disciplinary partnerships with scientists and engineers, and innovative assessment. This workshop uses
videotapes of classroom lessons to provide participants
with hands-on experience in characterizing and visualizing teachers’ practice in implementing mathematics and
science lessons. Outcomes of the day will include certification in the use of the Mathematics and Science Classroom Observation Protocol System (M-SCOPS), useful in
pre- and inservice mentoring, research, and evaluation
settings.
For questions or more information, please contact the Center for Research on STEM Teaching & Learning (CRSTL):
Phone: 405-744-3840
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://crstl.okstate.edu/