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Achim "Dange" Dangerfield

My name is Achim "Dange" Dangerfield. I have taught Earth Science, Biology and now teach Chemistry and Video Production at B Tech Academy. Every Thursday night I also teach a "How to play Guitar Class" at Berkeley Adult School. Before I taught Science I lived and worked in Los Angeles, working in the TV/video production industry and was the guitarist of Chevy Metal, the finest dirt-rock power-trio cover-band in the world.

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Allan Bellman

UC Davis School of Education

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Amy Dean

Education Manager
Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association

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Amy Frame

I love nature, coffee, and research, in that order. I'm a long-time K-12 urban public school teacher and administrator. I've helped thousands of kids get into California's mountains, deserts, and oceans. My vision is that school accountability and finance systems make it easy for all students to spend quality time outdoors each year.

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Andrew Fraknoi

Andrew Fraknoi is an astronomer and science educator who is known for his skill in interpreting astronomical discoveries and ideas in everyday language. Fraknoi is the Chair of the Astronomy Program at Foothill College near San Francisco, where he teaches courses on “astronomy and physics for poets” attended by 900+ students each year. In 2007, he was selected as Professor of the Year for the state of California by the Carnegie Endowment for Higher Education.

For 14 years, Fraknoi served as the Executive Director of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, an international scientific and

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Anjelica Lopez Canales

It gets a little easier every day... I love my family... they drive me crazy. I love my friends... they keep me sane.

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Anna D.

Technology, sixth grade Math, Science and robotics

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Annaliese Franz

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, UC Davis

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Arden Bucklin-Sporer

Arden Bucklin-Sporer has worked with green schoolyards and public school gardens in San Francisco for 15 years, building an award-winning school garden program as a public school parent and working closely with school districts at the local, state and national level in order to promote and advocate on behalf of outdoor classrooms.  Winner of the 2000 Give Back to Grow National Garden Educator of the Year Award, Arden has worked to integrate school gardens and outdoor classrooms with the broader goals of the San Francisco Unified School District.  Arden is SFGSA’s first executive director,

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Betsy Rupp Fulwiler

Betsy Rupp Fulwiler is the developer of the nationally recognized Expository Writing and Science Notebooks Program, a component of Seattle Public Schools’ Pre-K–5 Inquiry-Based Science Program (a Local Systemic Change initiative funded by the National Science Foundation) and author of Writing in Science in Action: Strategies, Tools, and Classroom Video (Heinemann, 2011) and Writing in Science: How to Scaffold Instruction to Support Learning (Heinemann, 2007), which she wrote as part of another NSF grant. She has presented at regional and national conferences and consults both re

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Brian Miller

Thirty-three years in science education, currently at Immaculate Heart High School. I have taught Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy, Environmental Sceince, Health, Algebra and Geometry at Bishop Amat, La Salle and Saint Paul High Schools. I am a national presenter on "Flipping" the Science Classroom with BER and a certified Smart Notebook trainer providing professional development on interactive white boards in the classroom. I am passionate about LEARNING. I love to share what I do in the classroom and have presented workshops on "Dynamic Teaching in the Block Schedule", "Teaching to the Left... Read more

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California Institute for Biodiversity

CIB's Cal Alive! program is your best bet for earth, climate, and field science! We offer excellent in-depth teacher programs and innovative multimedia, and books. Free goodies to first 500!

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California Institute for Biodiversity

CIB's Cal Alive! program is your best bet for earth, climate, and field science! We offer excellent in-depth teacher programs and innovative multimedia, and books.

The California Institute for Biodiversity is the sponsor of the namebage holders for the 2012 California Science Education Conference.

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Charles Olson

Chemistry & Computer Science.

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Cindy Valencia

I am a Bilingual Education Specialist at California Academy of Sciences. I love seeing students become young advocates for environmental awareness and conservation. I love teaching young minds, but I also enjoy communicating the wonders of the natural world with their families. Being able to provide an inclusive community by interpreting/translating to our Spanish speaking community is something I'm very passionate about.

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Coral Clark

Education Programs Manager

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Damon Tighe

Through Bio-Rad Laboratories I support teachers using modern biology techniques in their classrooms with a focus on biotechnology. I'm interested in expanding the use of biotechnology tools in citizen science projects. I also work in a non-profit Calnature.org that organizes Bioblitzs and other forms of public engagement with the natural world around them. I have a deep background in genomic sequencing and photography. I have a big interest in how to probe the microworld in Bioblitzes via optical tools and DNA sequencing. damon_tighe@bio-rad.com

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Dana Backman

Education and Public Outreach Director
SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy)
Native of Hartford, Connecticut.  B.Sc. in physics from MIT, Ph.D. in astrophysics from U. Hawai'i.   Post-doctoral researcher at Kitt Peak Observatory, Tucson, AZ and at NASA-Ames research center, Moffett Field, CA.  Professor of physics and astronomy for 12 years at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA.  Director of Education and Public Outreach for SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) since 2003.

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David Stronck

Science teaching should be exciting and fun for both teachers and their students. Great teaching includes using inquiry and inviting explorations. Service learning links classroom topics with their application in projects that improve the local environment.

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Derek Gregg

Crosscutting Concepts is empowering the next generation in science education. We develop, manufacture, and market innovative hands‐on science education products like The Mystery of Lyle and Louise, a line of forensic science kits.

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DeVry University

The mission of DeVry University is to foster student learning through high-quality, career-oriented education integrating technology, science, business and the arts. The University delivers practitioner-oriented undergraduate and graduate programs onsite and online to meet the needs of a diverse and geographically dispersed student population.

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Discovery Education

Built from the ground up to address state and Core Standards, Discovery Education Science Techbook is the new primary instructional resource for k-12 teachers. Dynamic, interactive resources capture digitally native students’ attention.

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Don Whisman

Science Program Manager
San Diego Unified School District

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Dr David Crowther

Dr. David T Crowther is a Professor of Science Education and the Executive Director of the Raggio Research Center for STEM Education at the University of Nevada, Reno. David is also the President of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). Dr. Crowther received his PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and received both his B.S and MEd from Brigham Young University.

Dr. Crowther started his career with 5 years of experience teaching at the elementary / middle level as well as summer teaching at the 8 - 12th grade level in Biology. Dr. Crowther has now had twenty-four years of teaching experience at the University level, twenty-one of which have been at the University of Nevada, Reno. Previously, he taught and received his Ph.D. in Science Education from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Both at UNR and UNL, Dr. Crowther has taught science methods to undergraduates, general biology for education majors, and a number of different graduate courses in curriculum... Read more
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