I would be very interested in the STEM activities. I teach both elementary and secondary math methods. We will be piloting joint activities with the math and science methods courses to have students design and peer teach integrated…"
There are several other university faculty members who are also members. Kim even has her students at Ohio State participate here on the portal. I supervise interns for Winthrop University, in Rock Hill SC, and have urged my students to check out the materials here.
After you have a chance to look around, please let us know if we can help. Also, please make suggestions for improving the site.
Hi Nicole - Thanks so much for joining the MSP2 social network. I see you are faculty - do you teach preservice teachers? We have a group called Teacher Education, Mathematics, and Integrating Technology - please consider joining one or more.
In any case, we've got some resources that you might be interested in - look at the left side of the Main page - Math Resource Guides, Diigo lists, and project blogs where we highlight exemplary online math and science resources and the research that is going on at the polar regions.
You'll also see that we have some links in the MSP2 Resources box - Getting Funding, Teacher Opportunities, Favorite Blogs, and Freeware/Shareware. We hope that members of the network will help us add content to these pages.
In addition, I want to update you on our free webinars and hope you can join us for one of them soon. You can see all our upcoming events by clicking on the Events tab. We've got lots more topics to cover in the next few months - technology, pedagogy, content knowledge, all sorts of fun stuff! The archive of all our past webinars can be found on our archive page which is linked in the MSP2 Resources box on the MSP2 Main page.
Today's free webinar is on the topic of Universal Design for Learning - can you join us?
Any ideas on additional topics or feedback you have would be greatly appreciated! Welcome – Kim