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Maine Math & Science
Advocating education programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by introducing opportunities to grow student aspirations and achievements.
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Maine Math & Science Aug 12
MMSA is hiring! STEM Education Specialist Linking Formal & Informal Learning Through Mathematics The STEM Specialist will serve as the organizational representative in many STEM & math focused education initiatives FMI
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The Jackson Laboratory Aug 1
🥇Q&A with Amara Ifeji: Best of Category in Plant Sciences at ISEF, Grand Award Winner at JAX/'s , & student:
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Maine Math & Science Jul 30
MMSA is hiring! Research Associate 1 The research associate will work closely & collaborate w/ MMSA’s research team, principal investigators & project managers to facilitate the research objectives of the projects they will be assigned. FMI please visit
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 28
Today's resource highlight: Next Gen Navigators Podcast . If you are in to podcasts, this is the one to listen to! Margaret O'Sullivan interviews educators (of all kinds!), educational researchers, and scientists to dive into all things .
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Maine Math & Science Jul 28
Our first day of "Building Capacity for Next Generation Science Teaching" involved a deep dive into "figuring out" the shifts in science education with Maranacook's K-12 Science Curriculum Team and Curriculum Coordinator and MMSA's and .
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NASA Jul 23
Happy 20th launch-iversary, ! The space telescope blasted off to space on the Space Shuttle Columbia in 1999. In the two decades that have passed, its X-ray eyes have changed our view of the cosmos:
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 22
at is our local science and engineering expert! In particular, Lynn is amazing at helping Ts and schools integrate engineering K-5. If you are looking for help integrating science and engineering, feel free to reach out to Lynn!
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 23
Connections to and ELA can be found at the bottom of the NGSS box.
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 23
and Cheryl Tobey from are our local Math experts and can help you think about integrating science and mathematics to engage students in rigorous and engaging learning! Reach out to connect with our amazing consulting team !
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Educate Maine Jul 20
Proud of these CS educators! Here are Maine’s facilitators with the Maine and Vermont CSD and CSP cohort.
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 19
Innovation 3 (this is ACTUALLY my personal favorite!): Students engage with phenomena and design solutions - all learning experiences/units anchor in an anchoring phenomenon or design problem that students work to figure out
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 19
also published a useful 2-pager about using in designed units. I love the table comparing prior thinking about phenomena to thinking about phenomena in through the NGSS
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Lizzy Douglas Jul 19
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Maine Math & Science Jul 18
We still have spaces available for our Building Capacity for Next Generation Science Teaching workshops in Oxford Hills (July 29-30) & York (August 19-21)
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Maine Math & Science Jul 18
We still have a few spots open for our Girls Belfast program, this FREE digital interactive art program is open to teen girls aged 12-16. No prior experience w/ digital interactive art/design required. Know someone who might be interested?
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Maine Math & Science Jul 18
Our Fiddlehead AR Girls are busy designing experiences w/ our partners from Cumberland County Soil & Water District (CCSWD) Lakes Environmental Association (LEA) and the Town of Gray about "Land Use in Gray & Its Impact on Water Quality"
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 17
Innovation 1: 3-Dimensional Learning. The "content" of science shifts from a focus on DCIs to an EQUAL focus on all 3 dimensions: DCIs, SEPs, and CCCs. With 8 SEPs and 7 CCCs, you can progressively build understanding in a year
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 12
Each phrase in an PE links directly to an element from one of the three dimension. If you hover over the phrase, you can see the element. It is also listed in the Foundation boxes (the colored ones). The elements are directly from the Framework!
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Educate Maine Jul 17
A BIG Thank You to The University of New England for hosting our Maine & Vermont educators and sponsoring their summer workshop. We are grateful for your partnership and collaboration and for supporting computer science professional development for teachers.
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Kate Cook Whitt Jul 18
Appendix E shows the K-12 progressions for DCIs, Appendix F shows the progressions for SEPs, and Appendix G shows the progressions for CCCs.
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