Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Hands-On Math Games in a Hands-Off World

| August 3, 2021
 
Spotlight on STEM at the 2021 Conference
Registration is now open!
The 2021 School’s Out, Make It Count Conference will feature more than 50 workshops designed specifically for out-of-school time professionals. Eight of these workshops will focus on STEM learning.
 
One of the featured STEM workshops is:
 
Hands-On Math Games in a Hands-Off World, presented by Stephanie Shamy and Abby Bobbett of Scottsdale Unified School District.
 
We need to keep our youth active and engaged in meaningful math games and activities we use in school, and in our afterschool programs. Workshop participants should come prepared to play our favorite games we use to practice operational fluency and place value/number sense concepts. All games require a simple deck of cards and regular spotted dice, easy to access for families and educators alike. You will receive game boards, ideas for differentiating the activities to meet the needs of all youth, especially those that have fallen behind due to a year of COVID.
STEM Activities at Your Fingertips with the Mizzen App
 
The Mizzen By Mott app delivers inspiring and engaging activities that spark learning in young people. Supported by the Mott Foundation, Mizzen is available at no cost to out-of-school time professionals! Download the Mizzen By Mott app to access STEM activities at your fingertips!
 
Featured Activities & Playlists:
 
  • Habitat Planning by NASA
  • Building a Mini-Greenhouse by Oregon ASK
  • Curated Playlist: Outdoor Activities for Middle Schoolers
 
[Virtual Panel] How Teaching & Curriculum Design Can Advance Equity & Justice in STEM
Tuesday, July 27, 4pm – 5:15pm
 
Join Engineers & Scientists Acting Locally and SciTech Institute for a virtual panel on US K-12 STEM Education. Panelists will discuss how STEM curricula can be designed to promote equity and justice in the classroom and beyond. They will also provide advice and resources for people interested in getting involved in STEM education in their own communities.
 
Confirmed Speakers: 
 
  • Rasheda Likely, PhD – Assistant Professor of Science Education, Kennesaw State University
  • Daniel Morales-Doyle, PhD – Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Illinois Chicago
  • Sam Long, M.Ed – High School Science Teacher, St. Vrain Valley Schools & Co-Founder, Gender-Inclusive Biology
 
Guest Moderator:
 
  • Deepali Ravel, PhD- Director of Education, Harvard Infectious Disease Consortium & Graduate Program in Bacteriology
 
 
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