✸THIS IS AN UPCOMING OPPORTUNITY✸
September 8, October 13, November 10, December 8, 2020
|WHO WILL BENEFIT:||
|WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:||
|DETAILS:||One of the key innovations of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the Framework for K-12 Science Education is that the Science and Engineering Practices are treated as equally important content to the Disciplinary Core Ideas and the Crosscutting Concepts.
As we all work to get ready for the return of school, amidst the uncertainty of the upcoming year, join us in this four session virtual study group and participate in asynchronous book discussions to collaboratively make sense of the Science and Engineering Practices. Are you working to integrate the Science and Engineering Practices into your instruction, but having trouble doing so in a meaningful way or struggling to convert your instruction to virtual? Do you find yourself getting “stuck” using a few of the practices, but not all of them? Do you need to know how to integrate the practices both in-person and virtually at the same time?
The book, “Helping Students Make Sense of the World Using Next Generation Science and Engineering Practices,” clearly outlines each of the practices and offers practical strategies for implementation. Join us to broaden your knowledge of the practice and hone your skills for implementing the practices in your classroom, whether virtual, in-person or hybrid.
|ATTEND:||Location: Virtual via Zoom video conferencing
Dates: September 8, October 13, November 10, December 8, 2020
Facilitator: Kate Cook
|BRING TO YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT:||To get started, complete this inquiry form
|CONTACT:||For more information about this opportunity, please contact Kate Cook.|