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Science in your Schoolyard

Using Local Phenomena to Engage Students

Tue, May 19 2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Presenters

  • Derek Jones
  • Brad Street

Description

Leave with concrete ideas and examples for how to center your student’s science learning on engaging and meaningful local phenomena that support understanding of Climate Science.

Outcomes:

  • Understand how local phenomena increase equity and support student engagement.
  • Think about what local phenomena might look like in an at-home setting or schoolyard.
  • Leave with ideas and activities that could support focusing your science curriculum on hyperlocal phenomena.

Event Notes

Registration for this course closes on 5/15 at 8 am. 

We are intending to record our zoom session so others can view it later; if you have any concerns with being recorded please let us know.

 

More information about the session:

 Description: Leave with concrete ideas and examples for how to center your student’s science learning on engaging and meaningful local phenomena that support understanding of Climate Science.

 Outcomes:

  • Understand how local phenomena increase equity and support student engagement.
  • Think about what local phenomena might look like in an at-home setting or schoolyard.
  • Leave with ideas and activities that could support focusing your science curriculum on hyperlocal phenomena.

Preparing for the course:

 Please make sure that you are familiar with Zoom and how to use the features of Zoom before joining the course.

Thank you for registering for this course. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Dates

  • Tue, May 19 2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Registration

Event # 104373

Price
Free
Registered
40 / 40
Registration Ends
Friday May 15, 2020 12:00 AM

Registration is now closed.
Professional Hours
Clock Hour Number: SPD0211
1.50 Clock Hours
1.50 STEM

Other

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