Founder and President of Interactive Science Programs (ISP). ISP is the largest science and math outreach company in the nation owned and operated by African Americans. They have been featured on national media outlets such as CNN Headline News Tech Watch, Black Enterprise Presents, BET News, Tech Talk TV, Black Enterprise Magazine, National Society of Black Engineers Magazine and Inside Appalachia. Mr. Baynes has also had the great fortune to be part of the 2011 Dream Tour with Astronaut Bernard A. Harris http://www.daring2dream.org/en-us/default.aspx sponsored by Exxon-Mobil. Mr. Baynes is also an educational sub-contractor at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and is a former Mission Specialist at the Challenge Learning Center at Wheeling Jesuit University.
Darryl presents: Hands-on Science in the Classroom
Topic: Understanding, and Teaching Hands-on Science in the Classroom on a shoestring budget.
a. Making the connection to science and everyday life
b. How to make science in the classroom fun
c. Using hands-on science to control classroom behavior
2. What’s Influencing Our Children’s Success in Science?
a. Role Modeling
b. Showing African American contributions in math and science
c. Exposure to potential science related jobs in the future
3. What are the suggested solutions for the classroom?
a. Building the capacity of teachers through content
b. Building the capacity of the teacher through hands-on knowledge
c. Developing a school atmosphere that honors and promotes the STEM fields
1. The Next Generation Science Standards : http://www.nextgenscience.org/next-generation-science-standards
2. 2018 STEM Job Outlook: http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/ExecutiveSummary-web.pdf
3. The Journal of STEM Reports: http://www.stemreports.com/