2014 Video Recordings

March 18, 2014

From Concept to Commercialization: Three Professionals on ‘Making It’ in the Global Marketplace

Panel discussion during the Center for Entrepreneurship’s EntrepreneuringDays@UNL

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February 19, 2014

"Building Science Literacy through Engagement in Community and Environmental Stewardship" - Rodger Bybee

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Dr. Rodger Bybee - February 19, 2014

Bybee served as executive director of the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study from 1999 to 2007, where he was principal investigator for four National Science Foundation programs. Prior to joining BSCS, he worked as executive director of the National Research Council’s Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Education. Bybee has also served on advisory boards and committees for the National Academies, the U.S. Department of Education, the National Science Foundation and the American Institute of Biological Sciences. Bybee’s primary professional interests have included scientific literacy, scientific inquiry, the design and development of school science curriculum, the role of policy in science education and international assessments. He has a doctorate degree from New York University and earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Northern Colorado.

Session Materials in PDF format:

Dr. Rodger Bybee Keynote: Scientific Literacy Reflections

Early Childhood Education: The Big Idea Spotlight

Rural Issues Connecting Rural Families:
The Family-School Partnership I
                                                                 The Family-School Partnership II

Rural Family Engagement

The February 2014 seminar was cosponsored by the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies; College of Education and Human Sciences; Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools; and UNL Extension.

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