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Seminars (1-20 of 22)

  1. Teacher Role- Small Group Presentation

    13 Jul 2015 | Contributor(s):: Ashley Lyn Westra (contributor), Conner Cunningham (contributor), Megan Ross (contributor), juan Guillermo Muriel (contributor)

    This presentation addresses:1) How will you facilitate classroom discussion? (questioning and listening, different types of engagement and control, guiding)2) How will you scaffold students’ efforts?3) How will you use outside experts?

  2. Tasks/Student Investations- Small Group Presentation

    13 Jul 2015 | Contributor(s):: Ruth Zorayda Osorio (contributor), Emily Fero (contributor), Andrew Stonesifer (contributor), India Scott (contributor), Andrew Cook (contributor)

    This presentation addresses:1) What will the students do (activities)?2) What resources and materials will students need to complete their work?3) How will you organize student activities (timeline)?

  3. Culture of the Classroom- Small Group Presentation

    13 Jul 2015 | Contributor(s):: Kathryn Grace Stwalley (contributor), Russell Wiggins (contributor), Nicole Sheppard (contributor), Greysy Rodriguez (contributor)

    This presentation addresses:1) How will students work together (collaboration and teamwork)?2) How will the students monitor their work (training them to take ownership, active engagement, choice and creation)?

  4. Assessment-Small Group Presentation

    13 Jul 2015 | Contributor(s):: Sharon M Mapes (contributor), Todd M Bauer (contributor), Breanna Berkheiser (contributor), Taylor Matthew Owings (contributor)

    This presentation addresses:1) How will you assess student progress (formative)?2) How will you assess student learning (summative)?3) What instruments/formats will you use to assess progress and mastery?4) How will you involve the community to include a larger audience?

  5. Standards and Objectives: Learning Outcomes- Small Group Presentation

    13 Jul 2015 | Contributor(s):: Amber Lindahl (contributor), Lizzette Menendez (contributor), Dawn Sue Rosander Slein (contributor), Josue Machuca (contributor)

    This presentation includes:1) How will you engage/scaffold students’ efforts via technology?2) What will the students learn: content standards (national, state, nanoscience), objectives, 21st century skills?3) How will the students demonstrate the mastery of these objectives?

  6. Nanotechnology with Dr. Ali Shakouri, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University

    01 Jan 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Lisa Paulette Kirkham

    In this 26 minute video Dr. Ali Shakouri talks about nanotechnology work in his lab at Purdue. Electro semi-conductors that heat and cool at the nanoscale are shown and explained.

  7. Center for Direct Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Biofuels (C3Bio): An Overview with Dr. Maureen McCann, Center Director

    20 May 2014 | | Contributor(s):: Lisa Paulette Kirkham

    Dr. Maureen McCann, Director of the C3Bio center, provides a 25 minute virtual field trip for high school STEM students. Dr. McCann, a plant biologist, directs interdisciplinary efforts with chemists, biologists, physicists, engineers, and economists to find effective, efficient ways of...

  8. Extracting Energy From Plants: Why is this important? A Virtual Field Trip by Dr. Mahdi Abu-Omar

    06 Feb 2014 | | Contributor(s):: Lisa Paulette Kirkham

    Dr. Mahdi Abu-Omar, Robert Wetherill Professor of Chemistry, presents a 20 minute virtual field trip for high school STEM students. Dr. Abu-Omar describes work he is doing on the conversion of biomass to biofuels, emphasizing techniques for breaking down lignin in plant materials. Lignin...

  9. Applications of Lego Modeling to Advanced Biology

    18 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Suzanne Cunningham

    This one hour video presentation given by Suzanne Cunningham. In the video she demonstrates applications of lego modeling to advanced high school biology. It was presented to the Research Goes to School Summer 2013 participants. Be sure to look at the supporting documents to see a copy of the...

  10. Future U.S. Biofuels: Current Situation, Potentials, Policies, and Uncertainties

    18 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Farzad Taheripour

    This one hour video presentation given by Dr. Farzad Taheripour. In this presentation he covers the economic impact of current biofuel policy. It was given to the Summer 2013 Research Goes to School participants. Be sure to look at the supporting documents to see a copy of the power point...

  11. PBL to the Rescue: Using PBL in a Human Anatomy and Physiology High School Class

    17 Sep 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Brian Duncan

    This one hour video presentation given by Brian Duncan, an Attica, Indiana Jr./Sr. High School science teacher. He presents his experience using PBL to teach Human Anatomy and Physiology High School class to the Research Goes to School workshop in Summer 2013. Be sure to look at the supporting...

  12. Dr. Nate Mosier's Virtual Field Trip on Developing Biofuels

    04 Dec 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Lisa Paulette Kirkham, Nate Mosier

    Dr. Nate Mosier, Associate Professor of Ag and Biological Engineering, presents a 30 minute virtual field trip for high school STEM students. Dr. Mosier and his graduate assistant, Barron Hewetson, describe work they are doing on the conversion of biomass to biofuels, with a special emphasis on...

  13. Infusing Rural High School Science Curricula With Cutting Edge Research

    04 Apr 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Kathy Daniels, Georgia L Everett

    Two teacher participants from the 2011 Research Goes to School program presented this seminar at the NSTA 2012 conference. This presentation shows what the teachers were able to gain from their experience in the program and how they were able to apply to their classrooms.Contributing Authors:...

  14. PBL Facilitation and Questioning Strategies

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Kari Clase, Peg A Ertmer

    RGS Summer 2011 Supplemental Material

  15. PBL Challenge Investigating a National and Local Problem

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Kari Clase, Peg A Ertmer

    RGS Supplemental Material Summer 2011 EDCI 627000

  16. Chemical Catalysis for Sustainable Energy

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Kari Clase

    RGS Summer 2011 Supplemental materialMahdi Abu-Omar-Purdue University

  17. Hydroelectricity

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Joe Brennan, Mike Arvola, Christine Marie Dora

    RGS Summer 2011 Participant Presentation Hydroelectricity by Team Watt-er

  18. WAKE the Water 2: Hydroelectric Power

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Kathy Daniels

    RGS Summer 2011 Participant Presentation: Is the relatively small amount of hydroelectric power produced in Indiana worth the environmental trade-off?

  19. Quixote Industries Presentation

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Georgia L Everett, Jessica Austin, Michael Mieher, Robin L Townsend

    RGS Summer 2011 Presentation: What percent of Indiana's electrical grid energy can be displaced by wind energy in the next 20 years?

  20. Solar Power: Is it the IN thing?

    17 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Melissa D. Keown

    RGS Summer 2011 Presentation: Solar Power: Is it the IN thing? Can solar energy collection devices be viable choices to lessen Indiana's dependence on fossil fuels?