UCET 21 - Ignite! Scientific Modeling with Collaborative Drawing Tools and Screencast Video(View Complete Item Description)
UCET Conference 2021 - Ignite! In 5 minutes and with 20 images come and inspire teachers! Share 20 slides in 5 minutes and inspire teachers (think of a mini TED event). Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions, tell their stories, or share their experiences in a continuous rapid-fire presentation! Presenter slides are shown for 15 seconds each on an automatic rotation for a total of 5 minutes of fame. By sharing what ignites their passions—a professional practice from the classroom, excitement about a new tool that will spark creativity for their students, or a personal story of student engagement – Ignite! presenters will fan the flames for their fellow attendees while awakening their awareness, stimulating their thought, or spurring them to action. Scientific Modeling with Collaborative Drawing Tools and Screencast Video - Ryan Cain "As the Utah Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) standards require students to engage in the practice of scientific modeling, collaborative drawing tools provide easy-to-use platforms to support making scientific reasoning visible. Gone are the days of asking students to copy a poster of the water cycle. Now, science teaching should provide opportunities for children to make sense of relatable scientific phenomena. Instead of teaching a generalized model of the water cycle, students in Ogden might draw a model that includes Pineview Reservoir and Mount Ogden. Collaborative drawing tools like Google Jamboard and Google Drawing provide a common workspace for drawing models that promote discussion and revision.
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