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State Networks - Alabama

State Coordinator(s)

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Major Events and Meetings

March 11, 2003 - Powerful Conversations on Inquiry II: Discussion of inquiry in high school science classrooms with Alabama Science in Motion state-wide project director and 22 regional assistant project directors, Montevallo

March 7, 2003 - Toolkit for Professional Development: Science as Inquiry training for Alabama Key Leaders, lead by Jean May-Brett, state coordinator for Louisiana, Birmingham

December 16, 2002 - Powerful Conversations on Inquiry I: Discussion of inquiry in high school science classrooms with Alabama Science in Motion state-wide project director and 12 regional assistant project directors, Tuscaloosa

October 11, 2002 - Key Leader online system training at the ASTA annual conference, Midfield

April 26, 2002 - Key Leader training on the online system, Birmingham

October 5, 2001 - Key Leader and Point of Contact training, Mobile

October 27-8, 1999 - Two year Anniversary - Science Days held in Florence, Huntsville, Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, Abbeville and Mobile: Classroom demonstrations

November 18, 1998 - One Year Anniversary - Media Day - Birmingham, Observation of Classes at Trace Crossings Elementary School and Hoover High School

  • Gerry Wheeler, NSTA Executive Director
  • Fred Horn, State Senator (retired)
  • Joan Dawson, ALAHASP

October 24, 1997- Launched with news conference, Hoover High School, Birmingham

  • Ed Richardson, State Superintendent of Education
  • Kennan W. Smith, Exxon Education Foundation
  • Kim Eveleth, Exxon Education Foundation
  • Dr. Steve Rakow, NSTA President-elect




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