Project Lead the Way
Assembly Tour of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Student Presentations, and Panel Discussion.
Due to venue size and TMMI tour restrictions, conference capacity limits are as follows:
Extra students wishing to attend will be placed on a waiting list. Student conference capacity is seventy students.
Date: Friday, April 11, 2014
Location: Visitor's Center, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Princeton, IN
Registration: $10/participant (tentative)
To Register: Complete the Registration Form Linked Below
Students around the world are playing millions of hours of video games every day and, in many cases, they’re enjoying those games more than they enjoy our math classes. Let’s look at several of the most popular video games of all time and pull out some lessons. As task designers, test givers, and classroom managers, what can we learn from those games?
DAN MEYER has taught high school mathematics, worked for Google, and is currently studying on a doctoral fellowship at Stanford University in the field of curriculum design and teacher education. He has won national awards for his work integrating multimedia across mathematics.
This session will center on how school mathematics can change to be more relevant and meaningful for students. All current K-12 teachers, teacher educators, administrators, parents, college math faculty and pre-service teachers should find this presentation extremely valuable.
When: Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Where: Mitchell Auditorium in the Health Professions Center
University of Southern Indiana
Information: Dr. Kathy Rodgers, 812-465-7093
Department of Mathematics, 812-465-1689
Ohio Valley STEM Educators Conference
The Ohio Valley STEM Educators Conference at the University of Southern Indiana brings together PreK -16 educators in the tri-state region to share new and innovative pedagogical strategies, discover hands-on, inquiry-based activities, and network with STEM educators. During this one-day conference, educators can explore ways to enhance STEM education in their classrooms. Certificates indicating contact hours will be awarded to each participant at the conclusion of the workshop.
Workshops for Elementary, Middle, and High School educators.
An Introduction to Vernier Probes: Which Buttons to Push - NO. TEA405
This hands-on workshop is geared toward middle and high school science teachers who want to learn more about Vernier probes and their uses in the lab. For anyone who wants to use the Vernier equipment they already have or prepare to borrow it from the SwISTEM Equipment Lending Service, this workshop is for you! All materials are included. Each participant will receive a certificate showing seat hours, which may be converted to Professional Growth Points (PGPs).
Instructor: Dr. Jeff Seyler, USI Chemistry Department
Date & Time: Saturday, March 8, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: North High School, 15331 Highway 41 North, Evansville, IN 47725
Registration Fee: $15