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Stefanie Chow Vertrees
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Stefanie Chow Vertrees left a comment for Jerry D. Valadez
"I am attending the workshop by NASA / Noyce (The Solar Neighborhood: Earth and Energy) at CSUF for the next two weeks. When would be a good time to come by, and what room?"
Jun 15, 2010
Jerry D. Valadez left a comment for Stefanie Chow Vertrees
"I'm sorry. There was a change in the course - from 1 unit to 2 units. It is being carried over to the summer semester. We are passing out forms Thursday to the Climate Change group - if you can be there you can fill out the form at that time -…"
Jun 15, 2010
Stefanie Chow Vertrees left a comment for Jerry D. Valadez
"Were the forms for the mailed? I never received mine, so I wanted to know if I need to get another or not."
Jun 13, 2010
Jerry D. Valadez left a comment for Stefanie Chow Vertrees
"Hi Stefanie. The forms will be mailed to you this week."
May 9, 2010
Stefanie Chow Vertrees left a comment for Jerry D. Valadez
"When are we supposed to find out about the university credit for the Feb. 20 / Apr. 17 workshops?"
May 8, 2010
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Part 2: Science Learning As A Socio-Cultural and Cognitive Process: Increasing The Academic Literacy of Students Through Use of Technology and On-line Resources at ED 165 - Kremen School of Education - Fresno State

April 17, 2010 from 7:30am to 4pm
April 17, 2010 – 1) The NSTA Learning Center – On-line Professional Development Resources for Central Valley Science Teachers; 2) The Use of Technology to Deepen Student Understanding of Science Concepts and Academic Language. The second session will continue with a review of the Academic Language Framework and also include an interactive session on the use of instructional technology and on-line resources. Participants will learn to:• Access and navigate the NSTA Learning Center for your own…See More
Apr 2, 2010
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Science Learning As A Socio-Cultural and Cognitive Process: Increasing The Academic Literacy of Students In Diverse Classrooms at Fresno State

February 20, 2010 from 8am to 4pm
Part 1 - February 20, 2010: Planning Instruction That Will Result In Increased Proficiency In Science”, a framework for understanding the role that academic language, critical thinking and language play in science classrooms. The session on Feb 20 will focus on the language of science to teach both science and academic literacy. Participating teachers will be provided with a frame¬work and practical activities that have been shown to increase students’ comprehension of science content. During…See More
Feb 15, 2010
Jerry D. Valadez left a comment for Stefanie Chow Vertrees
"Welcome! Please sign up for events soon."
Feb 13, 2010
Stefanie Chow Vertrees is now a member of Central Valley Science Project
Feb 10, 2010

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At 3:58pm on June 15, 2010, Jerry D. Valadez said…
I'm sorry. There was a change in the course - from 1 unit to 2 units. It is being carried over to the summer semester. We are passing out forms Thursday to the Climate Change group - if you can be there you can fill out the form at that time - I will then discuss how to qualify for the 2 units total.
At 11:43am on May 9, 2010, Jerry D. Valadez said…
Hi Stefanie. The forms will be mailed to you this week.
At 11:25am on February 13, 2010, Jerry D. Valadez said…
Welcome! Please sign up for events soon.
 
 
 

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