A Child Inside A Scientist, A Scientist Inside A Child

These are slides of a presentation I gave to Filipino teachers in Maryland on 6 April 2013 at the Upper Marlboro Branch of Prince George's County Memorial Library System. This was one of the professional development meetings of the Association of Filipino Teachers of America (AFTA), Maryland chapter. It was my attempt to introduce to them the child inside this scientist so that they may see the scientist in the child that they teach inside a classroom.




http://wonderwise.unl.edu/16urban/urbanscie.htm
Providing role models


http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=125575





http://changetheequation.org/stemtistic-stereotypes-start-early



http://changetheequation.org/vital-signs-home-school-gap-1

http://changetheequation.org/stemtistic-bad-math-0





http://changetheequation.org/stemtistic-proficient-math-not-interested-0






http://vitalsigns.changetheequation.org/tcpdf/vitalsigns/newsletter.php?statename=Maryland





http://ies.ed.gov/ncer/pubs/practiceguides/20072003.asp





https://www.hol.edu/syllabusuploads/teachingreadinginmathandscience.pdf

http://kids.librarypoint.org/make_a_gingerbread_house

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http://www.auburn.edu/academic/education/reading_genie/projects/taylorhrl.html






With officers of AFTA Maryland








Comments

  1. I was most impacted by the slide that showed the student who was proficient in math . . . but uninterested. That's the problem isn't it? Students are far more capable than we or they believe. Such is the basis of all my tutoring lessons.

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