Big Science and Math week!

Good Morning and Happy New Year!

This week Math and Science leaders are meeting virtually across the state! We invite you to join us and to share this information with others who might not receive this email!

M2C2 is 1/6 – Reach out to Brad Thornburgh if you want to join that meeting.
MMSLN is 1/7 – here is the agenda for the MMSLN meeting lead by Darcy McMahon at MDE:
11:00 – 12:00 Overview of Math teacher prep standards – all grades/shifts for teacher prep programs
12:00-1:00 – Lunchtime Discussion of Secondary Science teacher preparation standards
1:00-2:00 – Discussion of Core Teaching Practices integration for Mathematics and Science

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MiSciPLN is 1/8 Here is the information from James Emmerling:
I hope that you and your families are safe and well and enjoying a wonder-filled holiday break!

If you are well, in science, we require evidence. This means that you’ll need to be present in the MI Sci PLN meeting on Friday, January 8th. Don’t worry, you won’t need to go anywhere. We’ll meet at your house! Well…virtually, from 9 a.m.–noon. So throw on a shirt, maybe a hat, and grab yourself a cup-a-joe for a good time with your science consultant colleague friends from around the state. It will be a great way to kick off the new year!

To avoid Zoom Bombers…you know, those people that lock themselves in their houses staring at screens all day (wait that’s us!), we are asking you to register by clicking on this link. For you, though, I feel like living on the edge, so here is the agenda (In it, you’ll also find the virtual connection).

See you at your house!

Take care,


James Emmerling

Thanks – looking forward to seeing you this week!


Mary Starr, PhD
NGSX Facilitator Certified by MMSLN
Executive Director
Michigan Mathematics and Science Leadership Network

Twitter: @starrscience

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