Students host a “Parent Night” to demonstrate their science learning and technological talents. Students of the I2TechSciE grant composted all artifacts, emceed, and ran workshops for parents learning to use the technology for the first time.
Visitors from “Down Under” observe I2TechSciE students collecting data from the convention currents in the classroom. Their teacher, Tony, receives praise and a gift from New Zealand teachers and administrators
Matthew Weinstein helps preservice teachers explore multiple approaches to and pedagogies engaging the sociopolitics of science. These include explorations of individual decision making and examining multiple social stances on socioscientific issues
Randy Yerrick helps students explore the speed, signage, and traffic safety surrounding their school. Students used VideoPhysics app from Vernier to provide replay, calibration, and analysis of car speeds and spoke with the Mayor about their concerns
Alberto Rodriguez assisting teachers and students with his problem solving scenario involving probeware, wireless video cameras, and other robotic tools mounted to a “Planetary Rover” in another classroom where students collected and interpreted their data