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Phenomena Finder Tool May 9, 2019: Barbara Hug, along with graduate students James Planey, Harrison Davis, and Danielle Cozzola, shared the Phenomena Finder tool they have created to help teachers identify grade-level appropriate, standards-aligned phenomena as they plan for phenomena-driven instruction. This team will introduced us to the tool and walked us through all the features it has to offer. This link will take you to the google doc of supporting information they shared. After watching, complete this brief post survey.
Phenomena Driven Instruction April 4, 2019: Rebecca Rudemacher, 6th-grade teacher at Hickory Creek Middle School, and Nicole Vick, high school science teacher at Abingdon-Avon School District, shared some examples of Phenomena Driven Instruction they have facilitated in their classroom as well as the resources they use to support this instructional shift. We discussed how their students’ learning has evolved as they move toward full implementation of the Illinois Learning Standards for Science. After watching, complete this brief post survey.
EdReports December 18, 2018: Lacey Wieser, an EdReports Science Content Specialist, shared information about the science curriculum review process and the reports that will be released February 28, 2019.
Stanford NGSS Assessment Project October 18, 2018: Dr. Jill Wertheim from the Stanford NGSS Assessment Project, and she’ll be shared insight on designing NGSS aligned classroom assessment items and the resources hosted at SNAPGSE.
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