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NGSS Writing Team Leader, Associate Research Professor at Portland State University
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Former Classroom Teacher; Past President, National Earth Science Teachers Association
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Next Generation Science Standards in Action
October 1: Still curious about how the Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS) are transforming the science classroom? Join Kaley Douglas for an interactive workshop where you'll get to experience the… Learn more
Molly Allewalt
Explore Crosscutting Concepts: Systems and System Models
October 8: This session will focus on the Crosscutting Concepts (CCC) of the NGSS with an emphasis on systems and system models. Crosscutting Concepts—one of the NGSS' three dimensions—play a… Learn more
Dr. Stephen Nowicki
How Occam's Razor Is Sometimes Dulled: The Story of Birdsong and Braininess
October 15: Twenty years ago, Dr. Stephen Nowicki and his team proposed a hypothesis on birdsong that has since been supported by data from labs around the world. The "developmental… Learn more
Nancy-Geer Hamilton
Strategies for SEL Success
October 22: Why do we become educators? Some of us go into teaching because we love children. Others feel passionate about a subject area and want to share their expertise… Learn more
Dr. Cary Sneider
Making Assessments Sparkle with Engineering
October 29: Engineering tasks challenge students to use their science know-how to solve real-world problems. The result: tangible evidence of three-dimensional learning. You can learn how to develop such assessments… Learn more
Aaron Levy
Addressing Access & Equity in the Science Classroom
November 5: Teachers are always on the lookout for new ways to support all of the learners in their classrooms, from students who struggle with reading to those who are… Learn more

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