|Course||GTCH 1002: GTCH 1002 Step 2: Inquiry-Based Lesson Design - T 8:00am-9:15am TOMP 204, (24650)|
Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in a middle school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom management in an elementary school setting. As a result of the Step 2 experiences, students are able to decide to continue to explore teaching as a career. Through this experience local teachers gain exposure to new pedagogical and innovative inquiry-based lessons, and local students engage in lesson which feature activity before content to spark interest in lifelong learning and interest in STEM. (Fall 2018Traditional)
|Causes||Education Professional Development STEM|
|Sustainable Development Goals|
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Thanks for all the scholarly work that you are doing in CES courses as the semester winds down it matters greatly to our community. 2 weeks remain until the symposium but registration closes for presenters and those attending the symposium this Friday. You can register or update your registration at this link https://givepul.se/uy3u0 Many timely topics this year at the symposium-Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Health Care Inequities in Wards 7 & 8, sustainability, housing scarcity, arts and the scholarship of engagement, issues east of the river, school partnerships and community service, mental health, self care, elder care, food insecurity and so much more. Don’t forget to sign up if you are attending any portion of the symposium-although we hope that you’ll join us for the free lunch and theater performance at noon and stay through the end of the day at 3:45.
If you are presenting as a group-don’t forget to have all group members register and use the same presentation title in their form.
We don’t yet have a class at 100% Survey Completion for the pizza delivery in class next week so if you haven’t filled your survey out yet make sure you do so at this link https://gwserves.givepulse.com/survey/take/G5PnWMd7yvo2ygH5ABt4 – we’ll announce the winner Friday!
Don't forget to sign up for the Symposium the deadline is Friday November 30th! For those presenting poster or laptop presentations and for those participating on a panel please be sure to list your class and presentation title when prompted. Registration link: https://givepul.se/uy3u0.
This week we are highlighting our panelists-they are amazing. From 2:30-3:45 we've got 6 different panels discussing community engaged research, coursework and service. Topics include sustainability, finding missing and murdered Indigenous women, and issues east of the river just to name a few. The full schedule for the day is available here https://www.gwnashmancenter.org/symposium/.
Have a great break and we hope to see you at the symposium!
We are one month away from the symposium and you are invited!
As students in Community Engaged Scholarship courses many of you may already know about the Nashman Center Symposium on Community Engaged Scholarship but we want to take the opportunity to formally invite you to participate.
There is one link to register for the event whether you are attending to present your work, attending for class credit, or just attending to learn https://givepul.se/uy3u0 please join us to learn about and support the work of students in Community Engaged Scholarship courses!
If you are presenting and attending please make sure you complete the full registration including the title of your presentation.
The Symposium starts at noon on Friday December 7th with free lunch on the 3rd floor of the Marvin Center and a lunchtime presentation from the students in Dr. Leslie Jacobsen’s Community Engaged Course Theatre for Social Change (TRDA 3131W).
We hope you’ll join us for the entire symposium from 12-3:45 on Friday December 7th! Full schedule so far is here https://www.gwnashmancenter.org/symposium/
Thanks for doing research and service that strengthens our community.
Nashman Center Community Engaged Scholarship Team