ANOVA Science Education President Robert Landsman to Deliver 2012 NJ Science Convention Keynote Address

Should teachers be called "neuroeducators"? Dr. Robert E. Landsman will merge concepts from brain research, competitive skills necessary in this twenty-first century, and using scientific practices as an instructional tool in the K-12 classroom to provide a compelling answer to this question.

Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) October 02, 2012 -- ANOVA Science Education Corporation (ANOVA Science;
www.ScientificInquiry.com) announced today that it will sponsor its president, Dr. Robert E. Landsman, as this year’s New Jersey Science Convention’s keynote banquet speaker. His talk, “Neuron to Brain: Connectivity Impact on 21st Century Worldlings,” will be delivered to teachers and administrators at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal in Princeton, NJ, on October 9, 2012.

Dr. Landsman will wear his dual hats as neuroscientist and educator as he bridges current neuroscience research findings about the brain with twenty-first century education focus on competitive skills and the use of scientific practices in the classroom. The content will highlight the importance of applying to instruction in K-12 education information about the skills necessary for competing in the twenty-first century and some of the newest neuroscience findings about the impact of experience on the brain.

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ANOVA Science Education Corporation President to Present with New Mexico and Hawaii Teachers at NSTA National Conference on Science Education

Dr. Robert Landsman and teachers from New Mexico and Hawaii will team up to speak about inquiry-based STEM distance learning and teacher professional development at the 2012 National Conference on Science Education.

Pompton Plains, NJ -- March 21, 2012 -- ANOVA Science Education Corporation (ANOVA Science; www.ScientificInquiry.com) announced today that Dr. Robert Landsman, its president, will team up with classroom teachers Jennifer Evans from New Mexico’s Central Consolidated School District’s Nizhoni Elementary School in Shiprock and Honolulu District’s Christine Kamimura from Kapalama Elementary School in Honolulu, HI, and State of Hawaii Resource Teacher Irene Kamimura, to speak at this year’s National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference on Science Education in Indianapolis, IN.

The presentations will feature student and teacher impact resulting from scientific inquiry-based distance learning using the Research Investigation Process (RIP®) critical thinking and instruction model and ANOVA Science’s 21st Century approach to teacher professional development (click here to view presentation titles, descriptions, locations, and times).

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ANOVA Science Education Releases K-12 Classroom Scientific Practices Book Written by Teachers and a Research Scientist

“Look at us now!” exclaim teachers who exhibit exemplary inquiry-based instruction in “Making Scientific Practices Matter in the Classroom…and Beyond Using the Research Investigation Process (RIP®).” This book, edited by Dr. Robert E. Landsman, with a Foreword by Dr. Robert E. Yager, is a collection of exemplary applications of scientific practices shared by teachers for teachers. They have transformed themselves and their students using scientific inquiry to bring a balance of rigor, joy, and excitement into the world of learning across content areas.

Pompton Plains, New Jersey—October 15, 2012 – ANOVA Science Education Corporation (ANOVA Science, http://www.scientificinquiry.com) announced today the release of its newest scientific inquiry book for K-12 teachers, "Look At Us Now! Making Scientific Practices Matter in the Classroom...and Beyond." The release of this highly anticipated book is already being met with much excitement from science teachers and educators who have had the opportunity to review it or pick up a copy at the book's unveiling last week at the annual New Jersey Science Convention in Princeton, NJ. Compiled and published by ANOVA Science Publishing, the book is a full invitation into the teaching approaches of thirteen teachers resulting from their participation in ANOVA Science’s professional development training. According to Dr. Robert Landsman, president of ANOVA Science, “The book will serve as a valuable resource for teachers to implement inquiry as a critical thinking tool in any context.”

“This book is for teachers, and by teachers,” Dr. Landsman says. “Teachers, with the dramatic exponential changes occurring in today’s world, society sees you as the difference between student success and failure. So, what do you need in your toolbox to deliver the success, regardless of grade level, academic ability, and content area? Our new book, 'Look at Us Now! Making Scientific Practices Matter in the Classroom…and Beyond Using the Research Investigation Process (RIP®),' is the answer.”

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