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Saturday, March 2 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Never mind Strawberry Fields... Energy and Fields Forever

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Conservation of energy is a foundational concept and one of the crosscutting concepts applied in all disciplines in three-dimensional learning. The terms used with energy and the way we think about energy have also changed with the Framework and NGSS. This workshop will share activities we use in our classes to build the concepts of energy, fields, and conservation of energy combining ideas from Modeling Instruction, Interactions Curriculum, and NGSS.

Presenters
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Kristin Mayer

East Kentwood High School
I currently teach high school physics and chemistry at East Kentwood High School. I previously taught in New York City and Seattle, Wa. I completed my PhD in Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education at Michigan State University where I worked on a curriculum project with Joe... Read More →
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Laura Sloma

Physics Teacher, East Kentwood High School
Laura is has been a science educator for 28 years, teaching in Michigan and Ohio, at the high school and college level. She is a modeling instruction expert and workshop facilitator.


Saturday March 2, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Governor's Room

Attendees (10)