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|DETAILS:||Phenomena-based science encourages students to ask questions, discover connections, and design models to make sense of what they observe. What does this look like in the K-4 classroom? In this 3-part, real-time virtual workshop you will become familiar with instructional strategies for phenomena-based science learning. We will experience components of ready-to-use open source materials that engage students in asking and answering questions, making predictions, gathering evidence, finding patterns, and communicating ideas. We will explore how these units can be taught in a variety of formats (in-person, in small groups, virtually, or asynchronously). Examples from life, physical, earth/space science will be included and participants will make a plan for using these materials in their setting.|
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|CONTACT:||For more information about this opportunity, please contact Lynn Farrin|
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