How to Support Home-Based Science Learning During School Closures
- Philip Bell
- Megan Bang
- Carrie Tzou
- Leah Bricker
With students and educators under shelter-at-home orders, states and districts are faced with difficult decisions about how to support students’ science learning while they are home. Home environments support different aspects of student learning than school-based environments. Designing home-based learning experiences to intentionally take advantage of the unique assets of being at home can be supportive of students’ social, emotional, and mental health; provide a meaningful and complementary science learning experience; and allow students to explore real-world and personally relevant science in ways that are difficult to accomplish in school. Field-based examples of home and neighborhood investigations of ecological systems will be shared.
Registration for this course closes on 5/15 at 8 am.
A few notes about the course:
- You will receive an email from the organizers with the course Zoom link (and password if needed) prior to your session.
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.
Mon, May 18 2020 2:30 PM - 4:00 PMOnline
Event # 104426
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- Registration Ends
- Sunday May 17, 2020 10:00 PM
Professional HoursClock Hour Number: SPD0222