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SciGirls Strategies Live Stream - Shared screen with speaker view
SciGirls
26:20
Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to the webinar. Please introduce yourself in the chatbox and let us know where you are from.
Karen Peterson
27:36
Welcome everyone! Hello from Karen Peterson with the National Girls Collaborative Project.
Brooke
28:07
Hi! I'm Brooke Allen, I'm a PhD student at the University of MIssissippi.
Niki Becker
29:33
Make sure you’re selecting all panelists and attendees when chatting!
Katie Hessen
30:19
Hi! I’m Katie, the STEM Content & Outreach Specialists with SciGirls.
Eileen Koury
31:02
Hello. I am Eileen from Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Theresa
32:09
Theresa Schmitt - Owensboro, KY - Owensboro Community and Technical College
Katie
32:24
Hi, I'm Katie Quertermous from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA
Kristina
33:05
I'm Kristina from Cal Poly Pomona College of Enginering.
Brenda Britsch
33:08
Hi everyone! I'm Brenda Britsch with the National Girls Collaborative and the SciGirls team.
Moncie Wright
33:11
Moncie Wright, Central Texas, Environmental Scientist at CDM Smith
Peter Leipzig
33:20
I'm Peter Leipzig from the Sciencenter in Ithaca, NY
Roxanne Hughes
35:04
Hello Everyone! Roxanne Hughes from the National High Magnetic Field Lab and the SciGirls team.
Sean.OBrien
35:22
Hi Everyone! My name is Sean O Brien and I manage the Education & Public Enagagement programme for CONFIRM, a smart manufacturing research centre based in Ireland! :-)http://www.confirm.ie/epe (if anyone is interested!!)
CGittens
37:39
Good morning ~ My nam is Carol Gittens and I am an academic dean / faculty member formerly from Santa Clara University and now joining St Mary's College of California
Mitchell Watkins
37:47
Hello. I’m Emma Marcucci from the Space Telescope Science Institute and the NASA’s Universe of Learning program.
Matthew Stilwell
37:53
Hello! My name is Matt Stilwell and I’m from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Materials Research Science and Engineering Center.
gsheldon
38:11
Hi, Everyone! I am Gail Sheldon, Children’s and Youth Services Consultant at the Alabama Public Library Service.
Sara Kobilka
38:46
Hi everyone! I'm Sara Kobilka and I am a SciGirls trainer (who just moved to the Poughkeepsie, NY area)
Tricia Berry
38:48
Hello from Texas! Tricia Berry from the Texas Girls Collaborative Project & UT Austin Women in Engineering Program.
paul
38:56
Hi! This is Paul Rivenberg from the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center.
lisa crawford
39:03
Hello all! Lisa Crawford from Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico.
Hollie Lovely
39:10
Hi Hollie From New Mexico here!
Nancy Coddington
39:33
Hi! Nancy Coddington from Vestal NY here. I am a SciGirls trainer woot woot!
Sara Kobilka
39:43
Woot woot!
Mote Marine Laboratory
39:57
Greetings from Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL
Katie Weber
40:11
Hi everyone, Katie Weber from Turtle Exploration Park in Redding, CA
Mote Marine Laboratory
40:28
Just me, or is audio cutting in and out for anyone else?
Casi Herrera
40:28
Casi Herrera from National Girls Collaborative here! Excited to hear all about the updated SciGirls Strategies.
Sara Kobilka
40:43
Audio is good for me
Jen Sorensen
41:01
Hi, all. Jen Sorensen from Seattle University.
Casi Herrera
41:05
I am not having any audio issues.
Mote Marine Laboratory
41:08
OK. It’s just me. I’ll be right back.
Hollie Lovely
41:18
TPT you are rockstars!
dalemccreedy
41:33
Dale McCreedy from Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, SciGirls Advisor and TN Girls Collaborative lead.
Karen Peterson
41:42
So great to see many colleagues here!
Hollie Lovely
41:55
Yes! Hi Karen!
Sara Kobilka
42:43
Loved using the Season 4 materials with high school girls in Tucson, AZ!
Theresa Summer
42:51
Hi! It’s Theresa from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific in San Francisco. So excited about the strategies.
Karen Peterson
43:01
Feel free to ask questions her in the chat and we will answer as many as we can during the Livestream - and can also send out a transcript with answers as part of the recording.
Karen Peterson
43:14
HERE in the chat
Karen Peterson
43:45
Yes, we will send the recording to all registered participants.
Hollie Lovely
43:54
Yay Rita Sara and Niki!!
Hollie Lovely
47:01
Yay Alicia!
Roxanne Hughes
47:05
yay Alicia!
Jason Robertshaw
47:25
Where can we get an Izzie cutout? :D
Nancy Coddington
47:28
ALICIA!! This is all great information
Tricia Berry
47:45
LOVE your background Alicia!
Sara Kobilka
47:54
There is an Izzie doll I've been wanting for years!
Hollie Lovely
48:35
This is great growth mind-set principles
Carlos villa
48:40
Will these slides be made available for us?
Karen Peterson
49:08
Yes, the slides and a recording will be sent to all registered participants.
Karen Peterson
49:19
And a list of questions and answers from the chat.
Carlos villa
49:31
Thanks Karen!
Katie Hessen
50:54
The recording will also be available on the SciGirls Strategies website, where you can also find all of the other SciGirls Resources http://www.scigirlsconnect.org/scigirls-strategies-engage-girls-stem/
Roxanne Hughes
01:06:09
Slides and the presentation will be available online afterwards, http://www.scigirlsconnect.org/scigirls-strategies-engage-girls-stem/
Casi Herrera
01:10:19
FabFems: https://www.fabfems.org/
Karen Peterson
01:10:42
The guide is available here: http://www.scigirlsconnect.org/scigirls-strategies-engage-girls-stem/
Niki Becker
01:11:55
You are welcome to share a link to the resources on scigirlsconnect.org.
Tricia Berry
01:13:05
Directly applicable to what we do with our college students!!
Brent Cummings
01:13:08
What are the best resources you have found connecting literacy and STEM, as targeted (centric) to girls?
Claudia Moore-Hamilton
01:13:39
How does the arts aspect effectively integrate into STEM practices?
Roxanne Hughes
01:14:51
Suzi, confronting stereotypes requires guided facilitation. REsearch has shown that a discussion around the stereotypes is helpful.
Renee Fall
01:15:34
Engineering and computer science disciplines are particularly working to engage more women students at the college level and have groups dedicated to that. (ACM-W,. CRA-W, NCWIT, etc.)
Theresa Summer
01:15:46
The stereotypes are well known in children as young as 4.
Karen North
01:17:03
How do we build guided facilitators in all schools? Too many girls are being left behind because not a priority by administration.
Tricia Berry
01:17:47
We LOVE training others!!! :)
Sara Kobilka
01:17:54
Awe, you make us blush
Niki Becker
01:18:02
Niki Becker with SciGirls: nbecker@tpt.org
Hollie Lovely
01:18:07
Yes... trainings are us! Send folks my way!!
Niki Becker
01:19:43
Suzi, yes! We have a map. It is on www.scigirlsconnect.org under the about section.
Sara Kobilka
01:19:46
This idea of being explicit is also extremely important when helping them utilize the science and engineering practices from NGSS.
Roxanne Hughes
01:20:17
the SciGirls materials are also in Spanish.
Sara Kobilka
01:22:03
At the NSTA presentation, there was a rigorous discussion about moving away from using the term "girls". Where does that stand?
Hollie Lovely
01:24:14
Thank you TPT and NGCP!
Jason Robertshaw
01:24:51
Thank you
Niki Becker
01:24:56
Thank you for joining us!
Brent Cummings
01:25:02
Thanks!
Niki Becker
01:25:04
And thank you for your interest in SciGirls!
Renee Fall
01:25:08
Thank you for sharing your work and good luck getting the support you need to continue and to expand.
Cheryl Juarez
01:25:13
I got my bag yesterday :-)
Karen Peterson
01:25:14
http://www.scigirlsconnect.org/scigirls-strategies-engage-girls-stem/
ali jackson
01:25:23
thanks for a great presentation and for all this work!
Tricia Berry
01:25:27
THANKS!
Karen Peterson
01:25:29
Thanks everyone!
Brenda Britsch
01:25:30
Thank you for joining us!
Carlos villa
01:25:35
Good job by all!
Nancy Coddington
01:25:36
Thank YOU! Great job sharing the new strategies. Excited to share them
Claudia Moore-Hamilton
01:25:37
The Bronx Fab Lab thanks you!
Sara Kobilka
01:25:38
Wonderful job! Great to see so many familiar names in the chat!