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Hosted by Northern Arizona University College of Education, this conference provides a professional development opportunity for our teacher candidates as they interact with recognized outstanding teachers through keynote addresses and breakout sessions. Our teacher candidates will take away best practices used daily in the classrooms they will soon be overseeing as they enter the teaching profession. Please register for sessions below. 
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Friday, March 31 • 10:45am - 11:55am
Building a Sense of Place Through the Empowering of Students with Data LIMITED

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If given the opportunity to change the world, what would you do? How would you define success? What tools would you need to do it? The world is full of data, challenges, and opportunities. Through the acquisition of data, students can face challenges in their community and build opportunities by making the world a better place. Join us for a discussion on project based learning with a community focus. We will look at the tools and processes needed to facilitate a classroom that is built to support students on their quest to make a real difference.

Speakers
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Shane Bycott

Mesa Public Schools
Shane Bycott has been a science teacher for over 15 years, and has been a teacher in a variety of different science classrooms from freshman science to AP.  Shane has taught at Flagstaff High, Cortez High, Skyline High and is currently at Red Mountain High in Mesa Arizona.  He has worked as a department chair, developed programs at the university level and established new classes in the high school setting.  He enjoys learning, the... Read More →


Friday March 31, 2017 10:45am - 11:55am
Eastburn 151

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