Science Materials Fair

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Presenter(s):
Date: 01/11/2019

Location: HCOE Sequoia Conference Center B

Course #: 8983

Spaces Left: 13 / 75



Webinar URL:

Event Sponsor(s): HCOE


For More Information:
Rosie Slentz
(707) 834-0786
rslentz@hcoe.org


Category(ies): No Categories Audience:
Materials Adoption, NGSS, Science

science fair flyer with test tubes

1:30-3:00 Intro to the adoption process in Redwood Room

3:15-6:30 Publisher & local resource exhibits and presentations

5:30-6:30 Information about the CAST test in Madrone Room

Join us to see exhibits of new science materials from:

(Publishers with an asterisk will also be presenting)

*Amplify -K-3, 4-6, 7-8

*Delta Education FOSS -K-3, 4-6, 7-8

*McGraw-Hill Education CA Inspire Science -TK, K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12

*Houghton Mifflin Harcourt -K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12

*Twig Science -TK, K-3, 4-6

*Pearson Education -K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12

*PASCO Scientific -9-12

*Green Ninja: Integrated Middle School Science -4-6, 7-8

*Accelerate Learning/STEMscopes CA NGSS 3D -TK, K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12

 

Rooms Reserved 3:15-4:15 4:20-5:20 5:30-6:30
Sequoia B 1:30-7:00 publisher tables publisher tables publisher tables
Alder

capacity 20

PASCO Scientific

6- 12

Twig Science

K-6

Pearson Elevate Science

K-5

Herc Learning Commons

capacity 20

Pearson Elevate Science 6-8 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt  – CA SciDi Gr K-8 McGraw-Hill: CA Inspire Science 6-8i
Oak

capacity 12

Green Ninja McGraw-Hill: CA Inspire Science K-6
Redwood

capacity 40

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt – CA SciDi K-8 Accelerate

Learning (STEMscopes)

Accelerate

Learning (STEMscopes)

Annex

capacity 70

Amplify Science K-5 Amplify Science 6-8 Green Ninja
Madrone

(Computer lab)

capacity 18

Delta Education FOSS K-5 CAST Info and Training

And don’t forget to visit the booths of these fabulous local exhibitors:

~LOCAL SCIENCE RESOURCES~

HERC

HCOE Librarian Ryan Keller will be showcasing a curated collection of books to support your NGSS instruction.

What we offer:

  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use
  • Science connections with art
  • Science connections with writing
  • Non Fiction science reading material
  • Hands on science equipment: magnets, planetary model, rock & mineral sets, plant cycle

Contact: Ryan Keller, rkeller@hcoe.org, (707)441-4505v

Art & Science for Kids interested in Media & Education

Art & Science for Kids interested in Media & Education, ASK ME, is four projects for youth and teens. “The Young MediaMakers.org (TYMM)” is an educational program to teach video production and editing to ages 8 to 22 (on iPads or other computers).

The Young MediaMakers program is designed to introduce and strengthen the young media maker’s use of filmic language.

“The Young MediaMakers WORK PROJECT” is meant to place exemplary young media makers in internship and client based media production experiences.

The Young MediaMakers annual Big Screen Showcase” is a juried showcase of MediaMakers productions. This event takes place in Humboldt County (on the first weekend in May) and serves global media makers through an online application process into the Showcase’s Junior and Senior Divisions.

“The Ecology & Art Education Program” is a week-long classroom and field trip experience. this project can be tailored to coast redwood , dune or estuarine environments, but was originally designed to promote the understanding of old coast redwood ecology and provide environmental art-making lessons in poetry, music and studio arts that includes an interactive public art exhibition.

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker
  • We host local events for students/families pertaining to science
  • Science connections with art
  • Science connections with writing
  • Science connections with social studies

Contact: Barbara A. Domanchuk, bad@humboldt1.com, (707)768-1738

 

Redwood Lumber Company

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips

Contact: Keith Lackey, KLackey@hrcllc.com, (707)768-1738

 

Sequoia Park Zoo

The Education Department is happy to work with teachers to provide tours and programs that fit your needs and complement your curriculum

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker
  • Field trip location (non-guided)

 Contact: Christine Noel, cnoel@ci.eureka.ca.gov, (707)441-4217

 

Friends of the Dunes

Friends of the Dunes is a non-profit organization​ dedicated to conserving the natural diversity of coastal environments in Humboldt County, California, through community supported education and stewardship programs.

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • field trip location (non-guided)
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker
  • We host local events for students/families pertaining to science

Contact: Vanessa, vanessa@friendsofthedunes.org, (619)708-5383

 

Schatz Energy Research Center

We offer energy and engineering curriculum for all ages, and programs at our facility on the HSU campus.

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker

Contact: Maia Cheli, mkc3@humboldt.edu, (707)826-4363

 

Nature Joe’s

Nature Joe’s introduces animals and people to gain a better understanding and compassion for our fellow earthlings. Construction on the Humboldt Nature School is being completed and will open very soon.

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • Field trip location (non-guided)
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker
  • We host local events for students/families pertaining to science

Contact: Joe Duckett, naturejoe@gmail.com, (707)601-5637

 

Dan Zev Levinson

I have worked with California Poets in the Schools for twenty years, offering K-12 poetry residencies.  My book, Song of Six Rivers, explores the county’s natural environment.

What I offer:

  • Classroom visits/guest speaker

Contact: Dan Zev Levinson, zevlevinson@hotmail.com, (707)443-8373

 

HSU Natural History Museum

What we offer:

  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use (check out)
  • Online educational resources
  • School visit programs for grades K-8
  • We host local events for students/families pertaining to science
  • Science connections with math & engineering
  • Science connections with social studies

Contact: Hanna Nielsen, hrn4@humboldt.edu, (707) 826-4470

 

For the Forest Ecology Curriculum

Local Science offers a multi-dimensional place-based forest ecology curriculum available for middle school and high school teachers. The curriculum includes in-depth background information as well as data sets pulled from scientific literature and it is aligned with the NGSS.

Curriculum services are also available at Local Science including aligning existing curriculum to the NGSS or developing new science curriculum (K-12) with an ecological emphasis. For more information go to www.localscience.org

Contact: Melinda Bailey, mjbailey100@gmail.com,  (707) 223-0198

 

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Teacher Toolkit

A NGSS-aligned science curriculum with a host of activities pertaining to MPAs for formal and informal educators targeting elementary education (K-5).  Available for check out beginning March 2019 from Humboldt and Mendocino County Offices of Education.

Contact: Beth Chaton, bchaton@hcoe.org, 707-445-7179

 

Friends of the Van Duzen River

We have worked extensively in the Van Duzen/Eel River Watersheds teaching environmental science and getting kids out in the natural world.

What we offer:

  • Guided field trips
  • Classroom curriculum for the teacher to use
  • Water quality monitoring tools for teachers
  • Classroom visits/guest speaker
  • Science connections with art
  • Science connections with writing

Contact: Sal Steinberg, steinberg.sal@gmail.com, (707)845-5828

 

Eel River Recovery Project

Contact: Patrick Higgins, phiggin@sonic.net, (707)839-4987

 

 

 

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