K-12 Classroom teachers

Have you thought about creating the next generation of transportation vehicles? Do you want to make cars more energy efficient and environmentally friendly? If so, consider a career in the automotive industry! A panel of women professionals in the automotive industry will share their insights and perspectives as women working in the automotive industry. They will discuss why they chose work in the automotive industry and how they prepared for their careers while in high school and college.

Do you like to build things and to solve problems? Do you want to make this world a better place for everyone? If so, consider a career in engineering! A panel of women engineers will discuss why they chose to study engineering and how they prepared to be successful engineering majors in college. They will tell you what they do on a typical day in their workplace, how they balance work and home, and why engineering is a satisfying career for women.

The role of women in the Civil War is often overlooked. Although women were not allowed to enlist, at least two infantry women were shot while fighting at the Battle of Stones River. Women also ran family farms and served as spies and nurses in the war effort. Students will read, discuss and make judgments about the dilemmas that women faced during the Civil War as presenters make cross-curricular links to language arts, social studies and womens studies.

The Soldier's Experience / Tennessee Maneuvers

Will you be part of the next Generation of women in science, technology, engineering and math professions? Find out what it takes to enjoy a great career in STEM-related fields! Three dynamic professionals - an environmental archaeologist, a zooarchaeolgist and a paleontologist - will answer your questions and discuss their education, jobs and career sucesses.

Learn with Billy Hix and Dr. Terry Sue Fanning as they explore Common Core in the classroom. They will take lessons and activities that you may have used before and modify them to address common core standards. See how interactive tablets (iPads) can reinforce higher-level learning objectives. Dr. Tammy Shelton, a leader in the Common Core state implementation, will be a special guest for this session.

During this webcast, Michelle Pieczura, a fourth grade teacher at Franklin Elementary School, and Julie Deffenbaugh, a Maury County Public Schools instructional coach, will discuss and demonstrate strategies and processes related to writing in the content areas and writing across the curriculum in general. In addition to videos featuring the two teachers implementing activities in their respective classrooms, the webcast will also feature Ms. Deffenbaugh and Ms. Pieczura, along with Middle Tennessee Writing Project directors Dr. Ron Kates and Dr.

Choosing foods that provide the energy and nutrients needed to stay healthy can be a difficult task for busy high school students. In this session, students will learn why it is important to fuel their bodies with nourishing foods, how to plan healthy and delicious meals, and why common choices such as energy drinks, fast foods and sodas can actually slow them down.

Choosing foods that provide the energy and nutrients needed to stay healthy can be a difficult task for busy high school students. In this session, students will learn why it is important to fuel their bodies with nourishing foods, how to plan healthy and delicious meals, and why common choices such as energy drinks, fast foods and sodas can actually slow them down. Encore broadcast of a previously recorded episode.

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