2017 Symposium

2017 Keynote - Dr. Gabriel Matney
BGSU, Associate Professor
College of Education & Human Development

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Gabriel Matney taught middle and high school mathematics for five years. He began his teaching career in the rural schools and then was given an opportunity to create a mathematics program at an inner-city school for the state’s largest district. During this time he creatively energized the mathematics curriculum of the school with connections among STEM topics. These efforts led to engaged and successful learning by his students and earned him the District’s Teacher of the Year award. After his teaching career Gabriel earned his Masters of Science in Mathematics and his Ph.D. in Mathematics Education. He is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education for Bowling Green State University in the College of Education and Human Development and serves as Vice-President for the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Vice-President of Publications for the Research Council on Mathematics Learning.

In his sixth year at BGSU, Dr. Matney has actively worked on 16 successfully funded grants that are designed to help in-service teachers create dynamic and minds-on classrooms that improve the learning of their students. His research centers on improving professional development for teachers and the development of preservice teachers as professionals. In addition to his grant work with teachers in northwest Ohio he has given more than 74 workshops across the United States, Thailand, South Korea, and Japan. He has 24 peer-reviewed research publications and 47 peer-reviewed research presentations. Additionally he has received scholarly grants to be a visiting Mathematics Education Professor for Khon Kaen University in Thailand and a Keynote speaker for the APEC-Tsukuba Conference in Japan.

2017 Program (pdf)

 

2017 Resources:

Keynote: Dr. Gabriel Matney, BGSU, Associate Professor, College of Education & Human Development

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Assessing Students' Mathematics Proficiency
Presented by: Jonathan Bostic, Bowling Green State University

Assessing students’ mathematics proficiency Handout

SMPs Look for Protocol

 

Before the Puck Drops - Teaching Science to Students Through Hockey
Presented by: Michelle Fugate & Cindy Weaver, EVERFI

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STEM Inside and Out
Presented by: Meg Draeger, Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School

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Big Picture of STEM, Context, Statistics, News, and Research

 

Devices of Mass Instruction- Technology Integration in the STEM Classroom
Presented by: Amanda Nugent, St. Edward High School

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Teaching Math Effectively: Updates, Resources & Strategies regarding the revised standards
Presented by: Gary Herman, Putnam County ESC

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Elementary STEM Lessons and Resources for K-6
Presented by: Bob Claymier & Terry Claymier, STEM is Elementary

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Elementary STEM resources list

 

Eight Mathematical Practices—Cubed!
Presented by: Peter Lang, Cleveland Metro Schools

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Soy-science
Presented by: Jane Hunt, GrowNextGen.org & Brian Badenhop, Ohio High-Point Career Center

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Soy Lip Balm handout

 

Get Hyped for Hyper Docs
Presented by: Chelsea Moyer, EHOVE Career Center

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Get Hyped for HyperDocs

 

The Chemistry of Art
Presented by: Elizabeth Wise, Lourdes University 

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