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Core Proposition 2: Teachers know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects. [clear filter]
Friday, April 12
 

9:00am

STEM Engagement – Hands On Minds On
Limited Capacity seats available

STEM lessons do not have to be expensive to be valuable. In this session, we will explore
“Hands On Minds On” STEM lessons that are exciting for you as a teacher and extremely
engaging for students. These STEM lessons allow teachers to meet the needs of all students
and help all students find success. You will leave this session with ideas on how to get STEM
items on the cheap as well as where to find FREE resources.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Ann Howell

Lee Ann Howell

Lee Ann Howell has been a 7th Grade Science (STEM) teacher at Colonel Smith Middle School in the Fort Huachuca Accommodation School District for 9 years. She has worked in the district for 15 years in various positions. Before becoming a science teacher, she was a special education... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:10am
COE 212

10:15am

Putting Together the Pieces of YOUR Teaching Puzzle: The Importance of Knowing Your Subject and the Students You WILL Teach!
Limited Capacity seats available

Nervous? Scared? Anxious? Excited? No more tests, no more projects, no more
practicums…now the teaching and learning is up to you! This practical session will discuss the
pitfalls many new teachers experience simply by losing sight of the big picture…knowing WHY
you are doing what you are doing and WHO you are doing it for. Let’s talk and put the puzzle
together!

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Doherty

Michelle Doherty

Michelle Doherty is a first-grade dual language teacher and mentor coach at EncantoElementary in the Osborn School District. She is in her 25 th year of teaching and has proudlyinvested her ENTIRE teaching career for the same district and the same school. Michelle wasrecognized as... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 10:15am - 11:25am
COE 200

10:15am

STEM Engagement – Hands On Minds On
Limited Capacity seats available

STEM lessons do not have to be expensive to be valuable. In this session, we will explore
“Hands On Minds On” STEM lessons that are exciting for you as a teacher and extremely
engaging for students. These STEM lessons allow teachers to meet the needs of all students
and help all students find success. You will leave this session with ideas on how to get STEM
items on the cheap as well as where to find FREE resources.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Ann Howell

Lee Ann Howell

Lee Ann Howell has been a 7th Grade Science (STEM) teacher at Colonel Smith Middle School in the Fort Huachuca Accommodation School District for 9 years. She has worked in the district for 15 years in various positions. Before becoming a science teacher, she was a special education... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 10:15am - 11:25am
COE 212

11:30am

Putting Together the Pieces of YOUR Teaching Puzzle: The Importance of Knowing Your Subject and the Students You WILL Teach!
Limited Capacity filling up

Nervous? Scared? Anxious? Excited? No more tests, no more projects, no more
practicums…now the teaching and learning is up to you! This practical session will discuss the
pitfalls many new teachers experience simply by losing sight of the big picture…knowing WHY
you are doing what you are doing and WHO you are doing it for. Let’s talk and put the puzzle
together!

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Doherty

Michelle Doherty

Michelle Doherty is a first-grade dual language teacher and mentor coach at EncantoElementary in the Osborn School District. She is in her 25 th year of teaching and has proudlyinvested her ENTIRE teaching career for the same district and the same school. Michelle wasrecognized as... Read More →


Friday April 12, 2019 11:30am - 12:40pm
COE 200