Plenary Flash Talks
Flash Talks are brief presentations modeled on Ignite Talks (http://www.ignitetalks.io/), in which presenters are given 20 slides that will automatically advance every 15 seconds. The result is a fast, informative, and fun presentation which lasts just 5 minutes. This year’s Flash Talks will consist of five presentations by ITEST projects whose work connects to our conference theme, Living, Learning, and Working in the Digital Age. Presentations will be given in two sets. After each set, tables will to engage in prompted discussion.
Presenters (listed alphabetically):
Curriculum and Community Enterprise for Restoration of a Keystone Species in New York Harbor - Lauren Birney, Pace University
BUILDERS: Building Unique Inventions to Launch Discovery, Engagement, and Reasoning in STEM - Martha Escobar, Oakland University
LinCT: Linking Educators, Youth, and Learners in Computational Thinking - Kathryn Guimond, Science Museum of Minnesota
Adapting and Implementing a Geospatial High School Course in Career and Technical Education Clusters in Urban Settings - Katherine James, Northwestern
University Peer-Learning Communities to Develop Rural, African American Girls' Computer Science Knowledge and Career Awareness - Mohammed Qazi, Tuskegee University