Saturday, March 2 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Using Phenomena to drive student learning: examples from a 5th grade classroom using Next Generation Science Storylines

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Participants will see examples from a 5th-grade classroom using an anchoring phenomenon to get students to ask questions and come up with ideas for investigations in service of figuring out how to explain a phenomenon. As students use the Science and Engineering Practices to figure out key science ideas, they come up with even more questions and investigations that dig deeper in order to reach the depth of understanding required for a full explanation.

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Holly Hereau

Teacher and Dept Chair, Lee M. Thurston High School
Science teacher at Lee M. Thurston High School and Macomb Community College. Next Generation Science Storyline author and consultant, NGSX facilitator, and a member of Achieve, Inc.’s, Science Peer Review Panel. Passionate about 5-D learning and providing experiential and place-based... Read More →

Lynda O'Donnell

Teacher, South Redford schools

Saturday March 2, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Imperial Ballroom

Attendees (25)