Transforming Teacher Preparation to Teach for Sustainability
Thursday, June 2, 2016
11:30 pm Pacific | 12:30 pm Mountain | 1:30 pm Central | 2:30 pm Eastern
Presenters: Anne Egger (Central Washington University), Ed Geary (Western Washington University), Kathryn Baldwin (Eastern Washington University), Kyle Gray (University of Northern Iowa), Scott Linneman (Western Washington University)
This webinar is part of a series supporting teaching with InTeGrate principles, using InTeGrate-developed and curated materials as tools.
Washington State STEM Teacher Preparation Implementation Program. Kathryn Baldwin, Kyle Gray, and Scott Linneman are authors of the InTeGrate teacher preparation modules, Soils, Systems, and Society, Interactions between Water, Earth's Surface, and Human Activity, and Exploring Geoscience Methods, respectively. Together, the speakers will address the alignment of InTeGrate principals with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), demonstrate how to use InTeGrate modules to transforming teacher preparation, and how this topic extends to STEM teacher preparation in general. The webinar will include 35 minutes of presentation and 20 minutes for discussion. Participants are encouraged to both ask questions of the presenters and discuss their own experiences on the subject.
At the end of this webinar, participants will have
- insights on the role of sustainability and social justice in science teaching
- an understanding of the relationship between InTeGrate guiding principles and goals of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
- examples of how to use InTeGrate materials to develop teaching skills that intertwine the three dimensions of NGSS (science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and disciplinary core ideas)
- greater familiarity with InTeGrate principles and resources
- new colleagues engaged in this work
Time - 11:30 pm Pacific | 12:30 pm Mountain | 1:30 pm Central | 2:30 pm Eastern
Duration - 1 hour
Format - Online web presentation via Adobe Connect web conference software with questions and discussion.
Registration - Registration for this webinar is closed.
Preparation - There is no advance preparation required for this webinar.
Please email Alice Newman (anewman AT carleton.edu) if you have any questions about this event.
Anne Egger, Geological Sciences, Science Education, Central Washington University
Ed Geary, Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, Western Washington University
Kathryn Baldwin, Education, Eastern Washington University
Kyle Gray, Earth Science, Science Education, University of Northern Iowa
Scott Linneman, Geology, Western Washington University
1) Welcome and introductory remarks - Anne Egger
- Alignment of InTeGrate guiding principles with the NGSS
- What do we mean by "transforming" teacher preparation?
- Q & A
2) Using InTeGrate modules as vehicles for three-dimensional teaching
- Interactions between Water, Earth's Surface, & Human Activity Teaching Module - Kyle Gray
- Soils, Systems, and Society Teaching Module - Kathryn Baldwin
- Exploring Geoscience Methods Teaching Module - Scott Linneman
- Q & A
3) Zooming out: Washington State NGSS STEM Teacher Preparation Group - Ed Geary
- Q & A
4) Reflection by participants
5) Final remarks
6) Thank you and opportunities for further interaction
7) Webinar evaluation
- Webinar presentation slides: InTeGrate Teacher Preparation Webinar Slideshow 2016 (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 18.1MB Jun2 16)
- About InTeGrate
- Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
- Alignment of InTeGrate's Guiding Principles with the NGSS (Acrobat (PDF) 101kB Jun2 16)
- Prepare Future Teachers –– provides information for disciplinary department leaders about why and how they might want to get involved in teacher preparation
- Supporting Future Teachers -- includes specific examples on how to support future teachers in learning about the Earth
- InTeGrate-developed teaching modules
- InTeGrate implementation programs
- For information on the Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2016 and NAGT Traveling Workshops Program, please click icons below: