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IMSEP Noyce Scholarship Fall Webinar

"Grading Matters at Least One Order of Magnitude More Than You Think it Does" will be presented by Shawn Cornally, a math and science teacher in rural Iowa. He daily fears that his students are bored and that it's his fault. He believes in lessons that teach themselves and grades that only reflect learning. This event is open to all future and current  teachers, esecially those in STEM-based fields, and to anyone interested in standard-based grading.

Participants can also watch and post questions online at http://univnia.adobeconnect.com/noyce

http://shawncornally.com

Webinar: Fair is Not Equal - Honoring Diversity and Equity in Today's Mathematics & Science Classroom

Fair is Not Equal - Honoring Diversity and Equity in Today's Mathematics & Science Classroom is the first Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program-sponsored webinar. Attendees can join the discussion as part of the live audience or can watch and post questions online at http://univnia.adobeconnect.com/noyce/. Web panelists will be Catherine M. Miller, dept. of mathematics; Nicole Skaar, dept. of educational psychology & foundations; and Mark Grey, director of the Iowa Center for Immigrant Leadership and Integration. This is the first of three webinars to be offered during the 2011-12 school year. Two more webinars will be hosted by the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University during the spring semester. For more information regarding the Noyce seminars, contact Jennifer Crumly at noyce@uni.edu.

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