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Dr. Cary Sneider
Inquiry is Alive and Well in the NGSS
There is perhaps no more important term in science education reform since the days of John Dewy as “inquiry.” Yet the term has been intentionally replaced in the Next Generation… Learn more
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Michael DiSpezio
Re-Thinking Curriculum for 21st-Century Science Standards
Learn about the history of developing the Next Generation Science Standards as well as the resulting challenges and strategies for implementation.  About the Presenter: Michael DiSpezio has authored many HMH… Learn more
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Marjorie Frank
Integrating Literacy into the Science Classroom
Discover the deep and natural connections between language and science, and between English language arts and the Next Generation Science Standards. In this webinar, we’ll explore ways to make the… Learn more
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Dr. Thomas O’Brien
Literacy Across the Disciplines and 4-Dimensional, FUNomena-Based Science Teaching
As science teachers, we have the opportunity and responsibility to build on the foundation of ELA literacy, mathematical numeracy, and civic/social studies literacy to prepare our students for the “next… Learn more
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Jeff Rylander
What Does Integrating Science in the NGSS Look Like?
NGSS demands a shift in how we teach. We are challenged to integrate engineering into the science classroom to help our students see the interconnectedness of the science disciplines themselves… Learn more
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Bernadine Okoro
All Standards, All Students—A Case Study: Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and NGSS
As one of the writers of the NGSS Appendix D and Case Studies, Bernadine Okoro will illustrate how teachers can provide a practical and tangible route toward effective science instruction with… Learn more
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