[NHDOE-ETNews] Geospatial Workshop for GeoPriSM project
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Mon Nov 28 09:28:12 EST 2016
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ITEM: Geospatial Workshop for GeoPriSM project
A "Community Atlas" is the recommended culminating geospatial project for the GeoPriSM program, and a great way to include PBL in your program. For the past two years we have been developing and refining a rubric for use in guiding project planning and evaluating the final projects. This workshop will introduce the final version of the rubric, allow you to practice using it to evaluate a project, and discuss ideas for its use in planning your own project.
When: Saturday, December 3, 2016 1:00-3:00 pm
Format: Small group, distributed webinar at various places around the state. We know that most of you prefer to meet "in-person" instead of via a webinar, so we've arranged for meeting locations in a variety of areas to cut travel time. In addition, if you can't make one of these locations, you can attend directly from your computer.
Locations: Choose one of the following sites to attend:
* Hopkinton Middle High School, Contoocook, NH
* Keene State College, Keene, NH Science Center Room 264
* Plymouth Regional High School, Plymouth, NH
* Lancaster Area in the North Country--Exact location to be determined
* Online only
1:00 pm: Introduction to the Workshop and Rubric (grid layout & Google Form)
1:15 pm: Evaluation of a project using the rubric
1:40 pm: Discussion of the evaluation process--sharing within the small groups
1:55 pm: Small groups report out to larger group
2:05 pm: Overview of Rubric Development & Planned Usage/Answer Questions raised in small groups
2:20 pm: General Discussion on Community Atlas Project Development
??? Final Wrap-up
Stipends provided for GeoPriSM participants. This workshop is funded by GeoPriSM - a Math-Science Partnership program of the NH Department of Education.
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