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  • photoCarol Ann Brennan

    Educational Associate

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    • Curriculum Research & Development Group

    Brief Biography

    Carol Ann Brennan

    Contact Information

    Office Phone

    (808) 956-7907
    (808) 956-6918

    Office

    UHS1 108

    Email

    carolb@hawaii.edu

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    Scholarly Works

    • Brennan, C. (2013). Does the Moon Rotate?. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2013). The Outdoor Study Area: An Integrated Learning Activity. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Bock, J. (2013). Invention: An Engineering Strategy for Young Children. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Bock, J. (2013). Time: Developing This Integrated Concept with Young Learners. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Pottenger, F. (2013). Climate Education Grade 3. (). Place: Curriculum Research & Development Group, University of Hawai‘i.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Scarlett, T., Pottenger, F. (2013). Meeting HCPS III Science Benchmarks, Grade 6. (). Place: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Curriculum Research & Development Group.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2012). Evidence of Inquiry in Early Childhood Education. Presented at the International Seminar for the 65th Anniversary of Dankook University, Seoul, Korea.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2012). Exploring the Role of Questioning in the Development of Inquiry Skills with Young Children. Presented at the 36th Pacific Circle Consortium Annual Conference, Seoul, Korea.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2012). Living or Not Living. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2012). The Multiple Dimensions of Scientific Inquiry in the PreK–12 School Setting. Presented at the Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.    Details
    • Young, D., Oshiro, E., Slovin, H., Brandon, P., Brennan, C., Berg, K., Nguyen, T. (2012). Development and application of instructional materials selection criteria for elementary and secondary schools. Presented at the Hawaii Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Young, D., Brandon, P., Brennan, C., Nguyen, T., Pottenger, F. (2012). Science and engineering in early education: a conceptual framework for improving teaching and learning (translated. Presented at the International Scientific and Practical Conference Science Education in the School of the Information Age Moscow, Russia    Details
    • Young, D., Oshiro, E., Brown, B., Schlosser, J., Slovin, H., Brandon, P., Olson, M., Zenigami, F., Brennan, C., Scarlett, T., Berg, K., Nguyen, T., Pottenger, F. (2012). Instructional materials selection components and criteria. Place: Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Young, D., Oshiro, E., Slovin, H., Brandon, P., Brennan, C., Berg, K. (2011). Development and application of instructional materials selection criteria for elementary and secondary schools. Presented at the Pacific Circle Consortium Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2011). Concept Mapping with Young Learners. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, San Francisco, CA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2011). The Multiple Dimensions of Scientific Inquiry in the PreK–12 School Setting. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, San Francisco, CA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2011). Exploring the Importance of Asking Effective Questions in Instructional Conversations with Preschool Children to Help Them Develop their Inquiry Skills. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, FL.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2011). Is it them? Or, are you not asking the right questions?. Presented at the 2011 conference of the Hawai‘i Association for the Education of Young Children, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Davis, B. (2011). The Outdoor Class Study Area—An Integrated Learning Experience. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, San Francisco, CA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2010). Discovering a New approach to Using Inquiry Learning Strategies in the Preschool Setting. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Anaheim, CA.    Details
    • Young, D., Brown, B., Duncan, K., Oshiro, E., Gilbert, M., Nakamura, A., Lorenzana, R., Schlosser, J., Brandon, P., Slovin, H., Higa, T., Berg, K., Olson, M., Zenigami, F., Brennan, C., Scarlett, T., Nguyen, T., Venenciano, L., Pottenger, F. (2010). A model for designing and evaluating K–12 professional development at multiple organizational levels. Presented at the 34th Annual Pacific Circle Consortium Conference, Ashland, OR.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2010). Concept Mapping with Young Learners. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, Philadelphia, PA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2010). Helping Young Children Understand the Concept of Time. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, Philadelphia, PA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2010). The Outdoor Class Study Area—An Integrated Learning Experience. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Science Teachers, Philadelphia, PA.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Bock, J., Hwang, Y. (2009). Concept Mapping with Preschoolers: Using this Strategy in Multiple Ways to promote, Enhance, and Record the Developing Learning, Social, and Literacy Skills of Young Children. Presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children: 2009 Annual Conference, Washington, DC.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2009). Using Inquiry in Elementary Science Education. Presented at the Aina Haina Elementary, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2009). Puppets, Writing, and Elementary Science: A Terrific Trio. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association: 2009 National Conference, New Orleans, LA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2009). The Multiple Dimensions of Scientific Inquiry in the PreK–12 School Setting. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association: 2009 National Conference, New Orleans, LA.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Davis, B. (2009). The Outdoor Class Study Area: An Integrated Learning Experience. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association: 2009 National Conference, New Orleans, LA..    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2009). Standards Streamlining Project recommendations for science. (). Place: CRDG.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Learning Calendar for Early Childhood Education. Presented at the Hawaii Association for the Education of Young Children, Honolulu, HI.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Inquiry. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Concept Mapping. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Astronomy: Seasons. Presented at the UH Astronomy Dept, Honolulu, Hawaii.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Learning Calendar for Early Childhood Education. Presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.    Details
    • Brennan, C. (2008). Outdoor Study Area. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.    Details
    • Brennan, C., Pottenger, F. (2008). Meeting HCPS III Science Benchmarks, Grade 3. (). Place: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Curriculum Research & Development Group.    Details