Please submit information on your lesson plan that you’ll present at SciREN Triangle. 

 

Complete the lesson plan info form below.

We recommend that you prepare your answers in a word document since we have had some trouble with submissions.  If you do not receive a confirmation email after submitting your form, then we have NOT received your lesson plan information so please try again. If it doesn’t work, please email your word document to sciren.triangle@gmail.com and we will submit for you and will ensure it is included in our brochure. 

Individuals: Complete your own form.

Groups: Have one group member complete the lesson plan info form for the entire group, making sure to include information for all group members where indicated.

 

Fields marked with a * are required.

Thank you for participating in SciREN. Each individual or group is required to submit their lesson plan information through this form. Groups should only submit their lesson plan information once but should be sure to include the information for all group members where indicated.

Please provide the First Name, Last Name, Email Address for all other group members. Please separate group member information by a semi-colon. If none, please leave blank.

Please enter the title of your lesson plan.

Please provide a brief description of your lesson plan in 5 sentences or less.

Indicate the grade level that your lesson plan targets.

What NC Essential Science Standards does your lesson plan consider? Please note that NC Essential Science Standards and/or Common Core Math Standards are required for each lesson plan. Type 'N/A' if your lesson plan does not incorporate NC Essential Science Standards. You can find the standards here: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/

What Common Core Math Standards does your lesson plan consider? Please note that NC Essential Science Standards and/or Common Core Math Standards are required for each lesson plan. Type 'N/A' if your lesson plan does not incorporate NC Essential Math Standards. You can find the standards here: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/

What Next Generation Science Standards does your lesson plan consider? Please note that NC Essential Science Standards and/or Common Core Math Standards are required for each lesson plan and Next Generation Science Standards are suggested. You can find the standards here: http://www.nextgenscience.org/search-standards-dci

Please provide a brief biography. Tell us what you study, why you study what you do, where you're from, and a fun fact! For the fun fact, try to make it something with personality! Limit your response to 4 sentences. If you are in a group please limit your total response to 8 sentences and make sure to include information about each group member.

Indicate website (if any) that you'd like us to provide to teachers. Websites should be separated by a semi-colon.

Would you like us to include a QR code that links to the website above?

If possible, please provide twitter handles for yourself and all members of your group if applicable. Please separate individual handles by a semi-colon.

Do you REQUIRE** power at the event? **There are a limited number of outlets available. If you are using a computer or other device for part of your lesson plan, please fully charge it before arriving at the event so that you don't need an outlet. If you need power for something else (e.g., you're bringing a microscope that requires an outlet), please let us know that here.

Are you planning to bring live animals or specimens to the SciREN event?

If you are planning to bring live animals or specimens to SciREN, what type of animal or specimen do you want to bring? How many do you want to bring? Where were they collected?

 

Will you be using water for your display (i.e. are you bringing a water tank)?

Please explain how you plan to use the water in your display. How much water do you need (in liters) and what kind (fresh, salt, etc.)? Are you bringing your own or do you want to get it from a tap at the aquarium?

Do you have any other needs for the event (e.g., running water, etc) that weren't mentioned above?

Do you have questions or comments? If so, let us know!