Regional LACUE: Abbeville High School on October 13, 2007
| Elizabeth Ball and Monica Moresi from Herod
Elementary presented “Chevron
Energy for Learning Grant."
The session featured the program where students are involved in discovery activities conducted in 6 stations per classroom in a differentiated science curriculum for grades 1 - 5.
|Christina Menard from Abbeville High
School presented “Variety is the Spice in
the Science Class.”
It included a demonstration of the variety of technologies that can
improve teaching and learning in a high school science classroom.
|Patrice Mire (Kaplan High) and Fran Granger (Forked
Island Elementary) presented “Chevron Energy for
Learning Grant : The Mobile Lab Solution" addressing the Hurricane Rita
It featured a program where students are involved in discovery activities conducted in 8 /10 stations per classroom in a differentiated science curriculum for grades 6 - 12.
|Errin Landry and Sharon Guilbeaux from North Vermilion presented “Element Business
This was an adaptation of a science technology lesson that could be used in any subject area.
Louisiana State Science Teacher Association (LSTA) on November 2nd and 3rd in Lafayette Teachers from Vermilion Parish were involved in a presentation of "Chevron: Energy for Learning" grant at the Louisiana State Science Teachers' Convention. Participants of different parishes learned about the benefit of the program in the science curriculum. A Power Point presentation exposed the grant opportunity, the philosophy, and the material realization characteristic to the implementation of the grant. In the second phase, participants engaged in activities characteristic to the grant.
|Mrs. Patrice Mire (Kaplan High), Mrs. Fran Granger (FIEB), Mrs. Elisabeth Ball and Mrs. Monica Moresi demonstrate the usage of the GLX data logger to the workshop participants.|
|On the left, Mrs. Moresi explains her activity as (on the right) Mrs. Fran Granger and Mrs Elisabeth Ball assist participants.|