Warner School of Education



Calendar

11/1/2014
Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop

11/3/2014
Community Engagement with K-12 Education: The Case of East High School

11/5/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Migrant Education and the Opening Doors Diversity Project

11/5/2014
WAB Community Discussion - Why Would Anybody Want to Be a Teacher Today?

11/7/2014
Writing Workshop - Constructing an Argument in Academic Writing

11/12/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Connecting Global Research to Local Practice

11/14/2014
Complicating Normalcy: Disability, Technology, and Society in the Twenty-First Century

11/14/2014
Vision and Directions of Online Learning in Higher Education

11/18/2014
Institute for Innovative Transition Annual Institute

11/19/2014
WAB Community Discussion - A Discussion Encompassing Issues Related to the Educational Effects of the Concentration of Poverty in Our City

11/22/2014
Fall Open House

11/23/2014
WAB Community Discussion - What is the Role of the Community in Providing Early Childhood Learning?

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5/2/2012


Science STARS Hit the Red Carpet Debuting New Documentaries

The Cinema TheaterGet Real! Science, the science teacher preparation program at the Warner School of Education, hosted a red carpet event on Thursday, Apr. 26 at the Cinema Theater to premiere documentaries created by East High School girls. Science STARS (Students Tackling Authentic & Relevant Science), a science inquiry afterschool club for seventh- through twelfth-grade girls at East High School that is led by graduate students studying science education, have met every Thursday this school year. The first half of the year students developed and conducted scientific investigations around the topic of urban ecology (science in our city) that led to noticeable, positive change. As an extension of this work, a subset of the girls then focused on honing their literacy skills the second half of the school year as they worked alongside professional filmmakers and University of Rochester undergraduate science majors to create science documentaries that aired on Red Carpet Night for the community.

Students debuted two science documentaries—one, titled “Txtg can b Trgc,” on the dangers of texting and driving and the other, titled “BPA and our Bodies,” on how BPA plastics affect our health. The event also featured interactive science displays where students answered questions about science being done in their own community. To learn more about Science STARS, visit http://www.rochester.edu/news/show.php?id=3941.

Txtg can b Trgc




BPA and our Bodies

Tags: April Luehmann, science education, Science STARS