S3T3 - Super Science for Special Teachers

Tier 3

Wiki!  Wiki! Wiki! Wiki!

Here's our Wiki Link: 




This should be a GREAT tool for our collaboration. 

Feel free to upload your stuff here, and we'll figure things out together. 


We will be creating and collaborating upon our wikispace.  
Please post the passwords for all accounts, and naming format reminders will be stored on a google docs page.

Future meetings...

September 10 (8am – 3pm)


September 24 (8am – 3pm) last meeting


May 21 – Bydlowski (8am – 3pm)

Tech Day – Prezi, Dropbox, Web2.0


June 4 – Bydlowski (8am - 3pm)

Tech Day – Prezi, Dropbox, Web2.0


June 22 - LTU & DIA – Detroit Institute of Arts  “Is this a Forgery?”    


Baysail Rain Date Possibilities (Actual Date TBA): 

Aug 13 (2), Aug 20 (3), Aug 27 (6), Sep 17 (6)


September 10 (Bydlowski?)

LTU – s326


September 24 (Bydlowski?)

LTU – s326




Mar 9/10 – MSTA


 ~updated 05/22/11 



Oh Yeah....and our gmail account is:  S3T3Liz@gmail.com and the password is S3T3LizN








S3T3 Grant Details...

 Super Science for Special Teachers Utilizing Unit and Universal Design Through Technology (S3T3) provides an opportunity for selected Special Education teachers from high need public and private schools from Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties who wish to become HQT in science.

Through the development of a professional learning community, interactions will occur using several resources including: the new Michigan Science Content Expectations, Connecting With the Learner Equity Toolkit, Inquiry Within, Taking Science to School and Understanding by Design. Teaching strategies, utilization of technology in the classroom, benchmarks of instruction and assessments will be developed.

Each teacher will create a 5 E lesson plan which will be presented to peers and then to their classroom while being observed by grant facilitators. Lessons and artifacts will be posted to the S3T3 web site. This project partners Central Michigan University and Lawrence Technological University. LEAs’ include MISD, Mt. Clemens, Van Dyke, Chippewa Valley Public Schools and Ben Ross, Great Lakes, Conner Creek and Reach Academies.

Twenty five teachers will constitute the 3 cohorts and could earn 5 graduate credits or 140+ hours of professional development if they choose. This grant includes five members from S3T Cohorts 1+2 to serve as mentors.

 Curious about where we might be headed?