Einstein Fellows Presentations

Below you can find videos and supporting material from Teacher Roundtables condcuted prior to Fall 2014.  These sessions featured Einstein Fellows sharing professional development opportunities and resources for teachers.
For more information about how to become an Einstein Fellow, please visit the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program website.
 
“Effective Use of Computer Simulations in the Inquiry-Based Science Classroom" - April 2014; Richmond, VA
  -  Jenay Sharp Leach - 2011 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at NASA in the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, where she developed science curriculum and education policy. mp4 Video     PowerPoint Presentation
 
“Inspiring with Excellence: Professional Development with PAEMST Awardees" - November 2013; Hampton, VA
  -  Sharon Bowers - Distinguished Educator in Residence and Associate Director at National Institute of Aerospace (NIA)Center for Integrative STEM Education, Hampton, VA.  mp4 video  PowerPoint Slides
  -  Jennifer Sue Flannagan, Ed.D - Associate professor and the Director of the Martinson Center for Mathematics and Science at Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA.  mp4 video  PowerPoint Slides
  -  Rebecca Jaramillo - Senior-Lead Educator at National Institute of Aerospace Center for Integrative STEM Education, Hampton, VA.  mp4 video  PowerPoint Slides
 
"Innovate and Inspire: Professional Development with Einstein Fellows" - September 2013; Manassas, VA
  -  Joseph Isaac - High School Biotech Teacher & Biotech Department Chair, McKinley Tech. High School, Washington, DC.  mp4 video    PowerPoint Slides
  -  Kathy Malone - High School Science Teacher & Science Department Chair, Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh, PA. mp4 video  PowerPoint Slides
  -  Lynn Foshee Reed - High School Mathematics Teacher, Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School, Richmond, VA. mp4 video
  -  Sharon Webb - High School Math & Computer Science Teacher, Thomas Jefferson HS for Science. & Tech, Alexandria, VA. mp4 video  PowerPoint Slides
 
"Innovate and Inspire: Professional Development with Einstein Fellows" - February 2013; Fairfax, VA
  -  Cindy Hasselbring - High School Mathematics Teacher, Milan High School in Milan, MI PowerPoint Slides
  -  Remy Dou - K-12 Science Department Chair & HS Science Teacher, Miami Christian School in Miami, FL.    PowerPoint Slides
  -  Stephen Bartlett - High School Physics Teacher, Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, VA. PowerPoint Slides
  -  Britta Culbertson - High School Science and Visual Arts Teacher, The Center School in Seattle, WA.  PowerPoint Slides
     PD Resources (pdf) - List of professional development opportunities for teachers, including many paid opportunities, provided by the Einstein Fellows.