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Summit Agenda

Schedule details for the NC Data Science Education Summit

Agenda

NC Data Science Education Summit Schedule from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
8:30 a.m. CHECK-IN
Check in at the registration table.
Free parking is available in front of the Friday Institute
Morning fruit and pastries will be provided
Poster & Gallery Walk setup
9 a.m. Welcoming Remarks and Goals for the Day
Develop A Vision for Data-Empowered Teaching and Learning in NC
Krista D. Glazewski, Ph.D. - Executive Director of the Friday Institute, Associate Dean for Translational Research with the College of Education

Rachel Levy (Ray), Ph.D. - Executive Director of the Data Science Academy, Professor of Mathematics
9:30 a.m. Exemplar of Data-Empowered Teaching and Learning
Hollylynne Lee, Ph.D. - Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education, Senior Faculty Fellow, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, Director, Hub for Innovation and Research in Statistics Education

Building common concepts and examples of data science teaching and learning across the disciplines.
10:15 a.m. Introduction of Draft Joint Vision Statement
(NCTM, CSTA, NCSS, NSTA, ASA)
Kevin Dykema - President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Hollylynne Lee, Ph.D. - Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education, Senior Faculty Fellow, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, Director, Hub for Innovation and Research in Statistics Education
10:30 a.m. Question Burst Activity
Building a common vision for NC inspired by the NCTM-ASA position statement.

How well can this statement work as a vision for NC?
10:50 a.m. BREAK
11:15 a.m. Lightning Talks
Why is Data Science and Data Science Education important for the future of North Carolina?

Paola Staijn, Ph.D. - Dean of the College of Education, Professor of Mathematics Education in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences

Mahmoud Harding - Instructional Design Specialist for Data Science 4 Everyone

Kelly Anderson & Emily Shy - Teachers of Mathematics and Science for J.F. Webb High School in Granville County
11:30 a.m. Panel Talks: Learning from the Experiences of Others
Perspectives from state-wide data science standards work in Virginia and Utah, as well as national efforts.

Tina Mazzacane - K-12 Mathematics Coordinator, Virginia Department of Education

Deb Crawford, Ph.D. - Supervisor of Mathematics, Frederick County Public Schools, Virginia; Lead on the Virginia Data Science team

Padhu Seshaiyer, Ph.D. - Professor of Mathematical Sciences, George Mason University, Lead on the Virginia Data Science team

Lindsey Henderson - Secondary Mathematics Specialist at Utah State Board of Education

Zarek Drozda - Director, Data Science 4 Everyone
12:15 p.m. LUNCH
1:15 p.m. Lightning Talks
Why is Data Science and Data Science Education important for the future of North Carolina?

Omry Brewster - graduate student, NC State Institute for Advanced Analytics and former DSA Course Collaboration Leader

Kenzo Hubert - 1st year NC State student, former NCSSM student

Majed Al-Ghandour, Ph.D. - Instructor: Data Science Academy & Global Training Initiative (GTI)
1:30 p.m. Gallery Walk & Poster Presentation:
Small Ways and First Steps to Data-Empowered Teaching and Learning Across the Disciplines
Explore small ways data opportunities can be incorporated within the current curriculum across the disciplines.
2:15 p.m. World Café: Activating Action
There are 100 counties and 115 public school districts in NC. How do we get started? How do we scale up?
Find a new table according to the topic you’d like to discuss
Topics:
~ Access, accessibility, equity
~ Teacher development and supports
~ Student learning (K-16 and beyond)
~ Standards and curriculum development
~ Policies, administration and infrastructure
3 p.m. What's Next? A Call to Action and Planning Forward
Creating individual commitment statements.
3:30 p.m. CLOSING AND RECEPTION
Please join us for an opportunity to continue the conversation and network over light refreshments.