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K-5 Science Every Day, Every Student: Strategic Planning for Equitable Science Learning (ONLINE)

K-5 Science Every Day, Every Student: Strategic Planning for Equitable Science Learning (ONLINE)

Tue, March 16 2021 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Presenters

  • Tana Peterman
  • Caroline Kiehle
  • Michelle Grove

Description

Come learn from Washington State LASER leaders and school/district leaders about the impact of strategically planning for high-quality elementary science teaching and learning. During this 90 minute session we'll make the case for improving access and quality of elementary science with data and research you can use in your context, hear from school and district leaders, explore the LASER Science/STEM District Self-Assessment tool (which can also be used at the school level), and help scope out your next steps. We will offer suggestions and examples for finding your "on-ramp" to strategic planning, whether you are a classroom teacher, principal, TOSA, district administrator or hold another STEM education role.

Clock Hours: 1.5 clock hours (non-STEM clock hours) 

Event Notes

Washington State LASER (Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform) vision: All K-12 students deepen their understanding of scientific ideas over time, engaging in practices that scientists and engineers actually use, so that students are informed and thriving global citizens and succeed in STEM careers if they choose those pathways.

Dates

  • Tue, March 16 2021
    3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    Zoom

Registration

Event # 112591

Price
Free
Registered
62 / 100
Registration Ends
Wednesday Mar 17, 2021 3:00 PM
Registration is now closed.

Professional Hours

Clock Hour Number: SEK0698
1.50 Clock Hours $15.00

Subjects

Science STEM Equity