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College and Career Readiness Initiative

Faculty Collaboratives Culminating Conference

Presentations

May 16-17, 2013
Houston, Texas

 

 

College and Career Readiness Initiative Faculty Collaboratives Culminating Conference - Agenda

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College and Career Readiness Initiative Faculty Collaboratives Culminating Conference - Breakout Sessions

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The Role of Standards (Common or Uncommon) in Promoting College and Career Readiness: Implications for Teaching and Teacher Education
P. David Pearson, University of the California, Berkeley

Dr. Pearson’s presentation can be found on his website: http://scienceandliteracy.org/research/pdavidpearson

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Enhancing Pedagogical Reasoning Through Technology
Stephanie Grote-Garcia, University of the Incarnate Word
Hannah Gerber, Sam Houston State University

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Disciplinary Literacy in the Sciences: Strategies for Teaching and Learning
Jodi Patrick Holschuh, Texas State University

Note: Participants who attended Dr. Holschuh’s breakout sessions can obtain a copy of her presentation by contacting her at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Evolution of Mathematics TEKS 2012: Rationale, Procedure, and Product
Jacqueline Weilmuenster, The University of Texas at Arlington

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Demonstrations of Disciplinary Literacy
Rhonda Vincent, University of North Texas, Dallas


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Mary Catherine Nino, Stephen F. Austin State University

Click link for presentation: Incorporating Disciplinary Literacy into Pre-Service Coursework

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The Implications of the Mathematics TEKS 2012: Implementation and Alignment
Jacqueline Weilmuenster, The University of Texas at Arlington

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Whence the CCRS? Where Are We After 7 Years, and Where Are We Going After HB 5?
Mark Noe, The University of Texas – Pan American

For the latest information on HB5 please go to the TEA website: http://www.tea.state.tx.us/

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The Hows and Whys of Creating a CCRS Continuum in the University Science Classroom
Maria C. de Mesa, Madalon McCall, and Suzanne Nesmith, Baylor University

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Scientific Way of Knowing
Ali Azghani and Randy Back, The University of Texas at Tyler

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