This event is for secondary science educators and curriculum and instructional leaders who are enthusiastic about exploring and implementing the latest developments in science education. Discover how Pivot Interactives can invigorate your science learners with the latest advancements in active learning, science practices, and phenomena-based instruction.
Space is limited. Registration is now open, and we would love to see you there!
Teachers know that students are engaged by active learning… but creating active learning environments and opportunities take time, expertise, equipment, and supplies. It is challenging or impossible to do as often as we would like.
Let’s explore interesting ways to engage students with MORE active learning and “doing science” throughout the learning cycle, without these constraints or added burden.
Pivot Interactives co-founders began working in 2012 in their own classrooms develops direct measurement videos to allow them & their students to break out of the constraints of the classroom. Since then the platform has improved, the team has grown, and the content has expanded, but the commitment to revolutionizing science education is unchanged. At the Active Learning Symposium, you’ll get a chance to learn from:
CO-FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR, PIVOT INTERACTIVES
With a background in computer engineering and 15-year industry career, Peter moved to physics teaching for 20 years (and won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching). Peter began using interactive video with his own students in 2010. The results were so promising, he was compelled to continue to explore how to expand the capability of interactive video.
DIRECTOR OF CONTENT, PIVOT INTERACTIVES
Eric's experience as a teacher, and education visionary combine to enable him to guide our growing team of content writers and video developers. Eric is a winner of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST), and numerous other awards. Teachers and students who use Pivot Interactives benefit from Eric's experience and vision.
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