Sponsored by Gold Coast Science Network. Co-sponsored by California Science Teachers Association, Ventura County Office of Education and Oxnard College.
WORKSHOP GUIDELINES:Sessions should focus on STEM content (science, engineering, technology, and math), instructional strategies, and/or resources. Workshops must support the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core State Standards.
This year the conference will include three types of workshops: 1) standard 55-minute workshop (morning sessions), or 2) lesson study 35-minute workshop that focuses on presenting a single NGSS-aligned lesson (afternoon sessions), or3) exhibitor 15-minute afternoon workshop that focuses on introducing an NGSS-aligned curriculum
REGISTRATION: One complimentary conference registration will be given to the lead presenter of each workshop, including continental breakfast and lunch. Please submit a participant registration form with payment for any co-presenters.
AUDIENCE: Between 140 and 200 people interested in STEM education, primarily K-12 science educators from Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Kern counties.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY JANUARY 10, 2019Please contact Jennifer Mutch at email@example.com or (805) 338-0478 for more information or if you need help with this form. Alternatively, you may download the presenter application from the GCSN website at http://www.goldcoastscience.org and mail it via the postal service. However, it must be received by the 1/10/19 deadline.
All applicants will be contacted by January 13, 2019 to inform them of whether or not their workshop has been accepted. Applicants whose workshops are not selected will be permitted to register for the conference at the "Early Bird" rate of $30.
MATERIALS: Presenters are responsible for furnishing their own handouts and workshop materials. No copy service will be available onsite during the conference.
Thank you for your participation. The work you do is important and the conference would not be possible without generous and dedicated individuals like yourself. Together we can make STEM Education stronger, better, and more engaging for our youth!