Roycemore is excited to host the first Chicago/Evanston Share Fair Nation event! Share Fair is a FREE two-part event that brings together educators, students and families to experience creative methods of transforming education in science, technology, engineering and math. Share Fair Nation is sponsored by the Morgridge Family Foundation in conjunction with the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University.
Classroom Intensives for Teachers & Administrators
Spend the day in a variety of thought-provoking professional development workshops exploring this year’s Share Fair theme: Explore, Invent & Experiment. By attending Share Fair the entire day, not only will you receive a catered gourmet lunch, you will also earn four hours of CPDU credit, arranged through Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, a certified CPDU authorizer.
- Ian Belanger – Hands on, Brains on! Classroom Technology Tools, It’s Elementary!
- Maxine Bone – The 4 Rs: Retell, Relate, Reflect, Respect
- Angela Brisson – The Nature Conservancy/Nature Works Everywhere
- Renato Cataldo – Flip Teaching-Jump the First Hurdle with Blazing Speed
- Ryan Christopoulos – STEM: Engineering the 21st Century Learner
- Susan Curtis – Front Row: Explore Adaptive Math Lessons
- Julia Petterson – STEM through Fairy Tales for Early Learners
- Brandon Petersen – Creativity with Chromebooks
- David Rock – Math is NOT a four-letter word
- Rosanna Satterfield – PSI-PMI Demystifying Math and Science Education
- Ken Scheel – Integrating engineering concepts with KEVA Planks
- Erica Schmitt – Anatomy in Clay
- Elizabeth Shutters – No More Posters and PowerPoint: Student Presentation Alternatives
- John Stevens – Blended Forensic Science Lab Activity with “Murder at Old Fields”
- Wayne Thomes – Building Khan Artists
Each session will have a prize raffle, and be sure to join us at the end of the day for special prizes and dessert!
- Anatomy in Clay Centers
- Discovery Kids Puterbugs
- The Field Museum
- The Jane Goodall Institute
- KEVA Planks
- Murder at Old Fields – Forensic Science