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Kim Vetter 23h
NGSS teachers... I have a question about questions... How do you help students learn to ask good science questions that can be investigated empirically?
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InquiryHub Jul 20
You can find our full year iHub HS biology curriculum, including our -badged unit at
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STEM Teaching Tools Jul 15
As you design PD to support implementation…coordinate w/ other policy initiatives
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STEM Teaching Tools Jul 14
should use modeling to explain phenomena & give context for ideas to be learned
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Stacey Lerma Jul 20
What do you notice, what do you wonder?
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Next Generation Science Standards Jul 19
Do you need help explaining the and how it's different from previous methods for teaching science to parents? These Parent Guides can help:
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Kim Vetter 5h
practices... engaging practices with my right brain, because my left brain is tired.
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Becky McKinney Jul 17
Awesome what do u notice? Wonder?
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Tracey Schalnat 6h
Love this, definitely saving for electricity and magnetism! Well done Gotta love Physics!
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Mrs Stop Jul 12
I squirrel away all kinds of science phenomena. You never know when you'll need one.
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Jessica FriesGaither 6h
Turning to my excellent and PLN with a question from my preservice Ts: How would you evaluate Mystery Science? I have some ideas but haven't spent much time with it myself.
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Marta R. Stoeckel Jul 20
Etkina: No scientific investigation starts with a question. It always starts with observations and phenomena.
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Sandra Wilkins Jul 18
A fun day of working with amazing professionals at PHS. They really dug into 3D learning and unpacking a standard!
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Next Generation Science Standards Jul 17
Principals and other administrators seeking an overview of the should use this two-page resource:
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PBS NewsHour Extra Jul 20
Educator Voice: On anniversary, how space education brings vibrancy to the classroom Extra "Space is that final frontier that unites us..." - Debbie Reynolds, teacher, on why space science matters
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Ms. Brianna Reilly 12h
On my way to the airport! Can’t wait to see everyone and continue building my capacity with such a wonderful professional learning community!
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Phenomena Jul 19
Why did he keep going when he jumped?!? How did he land BACK on the car?!? What speed was he traveling when he went through the rings?!? Are there other things in your life that this reminds you of?!?
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Sean Nash 4h
Replying to @CommonLit
Love this. However, I disagree with the premise in the, “The Scientific Method” post. There simply is no “The” here. That approach is outdated and not in alignment with the approach. I could get behind “A” much more readily...
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Leena Bakshi, Ed.D 7h
Check out units 🧬 reviewed by the !
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Next Generation Science Standards Jul 17
DID YOU KNOW: Appendix E of the has tables that show how each of the Disciplinary Core Ideas should progress, describing the content that occurs at each grade band:
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