News and Events
Information about Past Events:
- Online Resources for Teaching Mathematics Webinar
May 3, 2010
In this webinar we will demonstrate a range of good resources that may
be used to assist in teaching mathematics in secondary classrooms.
• Be introduced to the Mathematics Education Community and related links
• View some of the online materials/activities available through MEC
• View sample lesson plans
• Learn how to share materials and lesson plans with others online
Online Resources for Teaching Mathematics flier (PDF)
Please call in AND connect online at 3:45pm. Instruction will begin at 4:00pm
The Science and Mathematics Education Center (SMEC) at California State University, Fresno is pleased to announce the 2010 Western Regional Noyce Annual Conference.
The conference is designed to provide an array of professional development opportunities for Noyce pre-service (undergraduate/credential) students, in-service teachers, PIs/Co-PIs, and project related personnel.
- Making the Most of Digital Libraries For Your Teaching: DLESE and NSDL
December 5, 2009
9am-11am Pacific Time
Online Webinar on Elluminate
Join us for a tour of the Digital Library for Earth System Education (www.dlese.org) and
the National Science Digital Library (www.nsdl.org). These two libraries offer a wide
range of educational resources and services to assist you in meeting the diverse needs
of your students. In this two-hour on-line session, we will discuss the holdings of the
libraries, and demonstrate search capabilities to help you efficiently find materials to
meet your teaching and learning goals. We will also discuss contextualized access to
materials; through standards-based search using the navigable AAAS Science Literacy
Maps, in ready-to-use Teaching Boxes that cover a range of science content, and show
you a simple way to embed search over the collections in your own webpages.
Join Holly Devaul, Manager of Educational Programs and Services for Digital Learning
Sciences at the University Corporation of Atmospheric Research and Robert Payo,
Outreach and Professional Development Manager for the National Science Digital
Library for this interactive webinar that will save you time and help you utilize these
resources in your teaching more effectively.
- Noyce Scholar Workshop
March 14, 2009 (Leader Orientation March 12, 4:30-6:00pm)
Hosted by Noyce Scholars in the CSU
Online or on site at your local Campus
The March 14 workshop will especially benefit current and future teachers of life science. Future workshops will focus on earth science, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.
- Western Noyce Scholars Conference
January 23-25, 2009
Doubletree Hotel, Ontario,California
The Western Noyce Regional Conference will provide professional development tailored to the special needs of Noyce Scholars and a venue for the projects to examine meaningful ways to support and follow the Scholars in their programs. The professional development sessions for scholars will be provided by University and K-12 professionals that have an established track record of providing professional development.
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- April 5, 2008 Noyce Scholar Workshop at CSUMB
Noyce Scholars participated in a very special, hands-on workshop hosted by the Noyce - MERLOT National Science Digital Library Project. This was an opportunity to be part of the digital learning institute and learn about the many teaching & learning resources available to math and science teachers.
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- April 19, 2008 Noyce Scholar Workshop at CSULA
Noyce Scholars(above) participated in a very special, hands-on workshop hosted by the Noyce - MERLOT National Science Digital Library Project. This was an opportunity to be part of the digital learning institute and learn about the many teaching & learning resources available to math and science teachers.
Learn about the people, projects, and innovative uses of technology in teaching and learning in MERLOT's quarterly news letter. For more information, see the MERLOT Grapvine Newsletter page
NSDL Whiteboard Report is a free bi-weekly newsletter published by NSDL since 2000 that includes information from NSDL projects and programs nationwide. Research news, community initiatives, program highlights, and information about events of interest to a broad audience of educators, digital library projects, librarians, collaborators, and funders are featured in the NSDL Whiteboard Report .