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State Networks - Florida

State Coordinator(s)
Marsha Winegarner
ScienceMattersFL@embarqmail.com

State Coordinating Organization

State Partners

Funding Sources

Major Events and Meetings

October 18, 2002 - State Launch and Information Session at FAST annual meeting, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota

  • Lt. Governor Frank Brogan
  • Sharon Burnette - Florida Teacher in Residence
  • Carolyn Randolph - NSTA President
  • Bernard White - Senior Program Officer, ExxonMobil Foundation
  • Dan McFarland - FAST President
  • Elizabeth Hunnicut - FAST President-Elect
  • Marsha Winegarner - State Coordinator
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July 2002        Bringing standards alive      Sarasota
February 2003    Study of inquiry   Orlando
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October 2003    Focus on inquiry in instruction   
Jacksonville
ØOctober 2004 Using data to increase student achievement Orlando

June 2005   Using assessment to review standards  Gainesville

October  2006   
Professional Development now and then  Orlando.

June 2007   
Pilot testing of  Safe Science, Science and Literacy, Science as Inquiry and Using Building a Presence professional development.  Sarasota

June - October 2008 
Regional professional development workshops on BaP and one of three choices of PD.    Statewide




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