Appendix B

Meeting Agenda

Agriculture's Role in K-12 Education November 17 and 18, 1995

National Academies of Sciences and Engineering Beckman Center, Irvine, California

Friday, November 17

Introduction

William DeLauder, Board on Agriculture member and President, Delaware State University

History and Context of the National Science Education Standards Report

Harold Pratt, Visiting Scholar, Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, and Senior Program Officer, National Science Education Standards Project

Q&A Session

Science as Inquiry

Paul Williams, Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin

Workshop: Experiencing Fast PlantsTM

Paul Williams

Lunch break

Agenda and Format for the Afternoon Panel and Discussion Groups

William DeLauder

A Scientist's Role in Education: A Teacher and Educator Panel

Patricia Hoben, Science Policy and Education Consultant, Minneapolis, MN Michael Klentschy, Superintendent, El Centro School District, El Centro, CA



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--> Appendix B Meeting Agenda Agriculture's Role in K-12 Education November 17 and 18, 1995 National Academies of Sciences and Engineering Beckman Center, Irvine, California Friday, November 17 Introduction William DeLauder, Board on Agriculture member and President, Delaware State University History and Context of the National Science Education Standards Report Harold Pratt, Visiting Scholar, Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, and Senior Program Officer, National Science Education Standards Project Q&A Session Science as Inquiry Paul Williams, Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin Workshop: Experiencing Fast PlantsTM Paul Williams Lunch break Agenda and Format for the Afternoon Panel and Discussion Groups William DeLauder A Scientist's Role in Education: A Teacher and Educator Panel Patricia Hoben, Science Policy and Education Consultant, Minneapolis, MN Michael Klentschy, Superintendent, El Centro School District, El Centro, CA

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--> Kathy Scoggin, Marcy Open School, Minneapolis, MN Judy Williams, Central City Public Schools, Central City, NE Moderator: Jan Tuomi, Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education, National Research Council Curriculum decisions and design Teacher education Coordination of resources Developing and sustaining community support Q&A Session with Teacher and Educator Panel Breakout Discussion Sessions (discussion questions will be distributed in the registration packet) Facilitators: Norman R. Scott, Cornell University, and Judy Williams; Recorder: Roland Otto, Society for Industrial Microbiology Facilitators: Susan K. Harlander, The Pillsbury Company, and Patricia Hoben; Recorder: Robert Zimbelman, American Society of Animal Science Facilitators: Richard R. Harwood, Michigan State University, and Paul Williams; Recorder: Janet L. Bokemeyer, Rural Sociology Society Facilitators: George E. Seidel, Jr., Colorado State University and Harold Pratt; Recorder: Deborah Neher, Ecological Society of America Agenda for Saturday Plenary Session Summaries Saturday, November 18 Plenary Session: Summaries of the Four Discussion Groups by Session Recorders Synthesis: Conclusions and priorities William DeLauder Q&A Closing Comments William DeLauder Professional scientific society representatives conduct their agenda on science education issues, common concerns, other issues