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Onondaga Lake Project Event Registration

Registration Steps

 

1. Open Registration Form - click here


2. Pay using Pay Pal or send a check asap to the address listed below.

Member/Non-member

 

Mail a Check: must be received by Friday
Oct. 5th 

 

Jen Andrews
Central STANYS Treasurer

11 Kastor Ave.
Camillus, NY 13031 

Make the check payable to " Central STANYS" 


Central STANYS Web page: centralstanys.org

Central Calendar

Central Calendar

Central Section

  

 Central is a local section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS) and includes Cayuga, Onondaga, and Oswego counties.

 

 

Calendar of Events and Meetings

View Board of Directors information

 

Next Meeting - Mon. Dec. 11, 2017
(see bottom of page)  

 

 

Let's have a Share-A-Thon

 

Professional Learning Community Share-A-Thon
Rescheduling for February 2018 at Driver's Village

 

This is a prime time of the year to reflect on how the school year is going and what changes need to be made. We are offering teachers the opportunity to share best practices and perspectives related to:

  • Successful learning activities, experiments, classroom management. Sharing "stuff".
  • Continuing your planning for NYSSLS implementation.
  • Items on your mind.

 


 

Agenda:
5:30-8:00
Registration and Dinner (a light Dinner will be served)
Pedagogy/Content Sharing (Subject Area Groups or HS/MS)
Presentation: Modern Climate Science Modeling (Read More)


 

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Date:    Rescheduling for Feb. 2018
On-line Registration Deadline: Credit Card Only
Time:    5:30 - 8:00pm
Where: Driver's Village (5885 Circle Dr E, Cicero, NY 13039)
Cost:
Members - $15
Non-members - $20
Discount Membership & Event - $55

 

 

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Modern Climate Science Modeling 
 
Are you curious about the climate models utilized by climatologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS)? Would you like to introduce your students to some simple climate models that help scientists to better understand what is happening with global climate?
 
By attending this Peer-Led training session you will gain access to some of the best climate models and websites available. Here you will learn how to use the American Meteorological Society's Conceptual Climate Energy Model (AMS CCEM) to investigate the basic concepts underlying the global-scale flows of energy to and from Earth. In addition, you will walk away with DataStreme's  Earth's Climate System Teacher Guide with four investigations to be used with your students.
 
During the workshop session we will go through a simple activity to be used with the AMS CCEM titled "Follow the Energy!"
 
Driving Question
How does energy enter, flow through, and exit Earth’s climate system?
 
Educational Outcomes
To consider Earth’s climate as an energy-driven physical system. To investigate fundamental concepts embodied in considering Earth’s climate from a dynamic perspective and through the use of models.
 
Objectives
The flows of energy from space to Earth and from Earth to space set the stage for climate, climate variability, and climate change. After completing this investigation, you should be able to describe fundamental understandings concerning:
• The global-scale flow of energy between Earth and space.
• The impact of the atmosphere on the flow of energy to space.
• The effect of incoming solar radiation on Earth’s energy budget.
• The likely effects of energy concentrations and flows on Earth system temperatures.
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PRESENTER: about Katie St. Denis
Katie St. Denis has 11 years of experience in education, teaching Earth Science, Living Environment, and Environmental Sciences to 9th – 12th grade students at Solvay High School in Central New York. During that time, she continued to take on graduate level course work and field study opportunities to support her content knowledge in Earth and Environmental Science topics, including advanced atmospheric science courses through SUNY Brockport and paleontology digs in North Dakota and Montana. Katie is currently focused on making the transition to project and problem based learning in an effort to improve student learning outcomes.

After completing the three American Meteorological Society DataStreme courses: 
Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate System, Katie was selected to participate in the Project Atmosphere at the National Weather Service Training Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The Project Atmosphere is a two-week intensive and comprehensive teacher professional development program designed to provide participating educators an opportunity to master atmospheric education topics dealing with sensing, analyzing, and forecasting weather so that they may go on to provide Peer-led Training to educators in their home region
 

 

Section meetings:
Next meeting: 
Monday Dec. 11, 2017  - 3:30pm 

MEETING PLACE - Google Hangouts (contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information on joining us)

 

 

Central BOD

Central Section Board of Directors and SARS 2017-18

 

Board Position  Name 

Email Address

Chairperson Brian Bealer  Auburn HS

brian_bealer@auburn.cnyric.org

Secretary Darlene Devendorf  OCM BOCES This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Treasurer Prin Furst  Auburn HS
Director Brian Bealer  Auburn HS

 

 

 

Subject Area Rep Name  School District

Email Address

Biology Joe Bonanno Red creek Schools

 

Chemistry Prin Furst Auburn City Schools  
Earth Science Brian Bealer Auburn City Schools  
Elementary Level Science      
Applied Sciences      
Intermediate Level Science Dan Bondgen Jordon Elbridge CSD  
Physics Pat Madigan N. Syracuse Schools

 

Special Ed.      
ELL      

Event Registration - Chemistry

3rd Annual Chemistry Conference (March 22, 2017)

 

 1. Register for the Conference:   2. Make Payment:

 

 On-line Registration Link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   


 Pay by Credit Card - by March 15th:

 

Payment Type

 

 

 

Pay by Check: check should be received by  March 15th



 Pay by check:

 Make check payable to “Central STANYS” (On  or with your check, be sure to indicate who the  payment is for.)


 Mail to:
 Prin Furst
 Central STANYS Chemistry SAR
 Auburn High School
 250 Lake Ave
 Auburn, NY 13021

 

Pay by PO: contact Prin Furst

 


 

 

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