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Re-Thinking Science Instruction in a Hybrid Learning Environment
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Beth Tumminello, Chemistry Teacher, Sanford H. Calhoun High School (NY)
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In this edWebinar, Beth Tumminello, a tech-savvy science educator from New York state, returns to showcase the instructional approaches she’s using in her hybrid learning environment this school year. She’ll focus on making critical connections with her students and the tools she’s using to simulate hands-on science activities, engage students in data collection and analysis, and prepare students for high-stakes AP® and other assessments.
Beth will showcase how she develops instructional videos for students to use as an integral part of class work and how she’s handling 1:1 student interactions and small group learning in her science classes. She’ll show attendees how she’s using technology tools to create and present instruction and share how she’s adapting rigorous curricula for her current classes.
This edWebinar will give secondary math and science educators an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities that are part of the new hybrid learning environment. She’ll answer your questions and is eager to share your best practices as well.
About the Presenters
Beth Tumminello teaches AP Chemistry and Regents Chemistry at Sanford H. Calhoun High School in Merrick, New York. She started teaching chemistry at Calhoun High School in September of 1999. She graduated from The University of Scranton with a dual major in biology & philosophy and completed her master’s degree in secondary education at Dowling College. While at Scranton, she was a member of the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program (SJLA) and competed on the varsity swim team. During her time at Dowling, she participated in The South Shore Estuary Reserve as a graduate assistant in the Chemistry Department. In 2015, Beth was honored as a recipient of the Calhoun Blue and Gray Award.
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