Friday, January 11 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
What Are Students (and Teachers) Really Thinking? (115)

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Students (and teachers) possess a wide range of conceptions, prior experiences, and information that they use to make sense of phenomena and concepts. Examine how specially designed questions combined with scientific practices can uncover what students (and teachers) really think, be used to make better instructional or professional development decisions, and build a conceptual bridge between initial ideas and scientific understandings. 

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Page Keeley

Independent Consultant, Speaker, and Author, Maine Math & Science Alliance (retired)
Page Keeley recently retired as the Senior Science Program Director at the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, where she directed projects in the areas of leadership, standards-based curriculum and instruction, formative assessment, professional development design, and teaching... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Poynting Physics Small LT (S06)