Friday, March 1 • 9:00am - 9:45am

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Meeting the needs of everyone-- strategies for teaching high school physics in a co-taught setting. How do you teach high school physics to students who can't do basic algebra? How do you get students who say that are bad at science or bad at math to find success in physics? How do you meet the needs of all of the IEP, 504, and just basic needs from a huge spectrum of learning abilities. Come hear how using student lab notebooks, whiteboards, a rocketbook, and flexibility and creativity gives student no excuses-- they are in charge of their learning. Tips on managing IEPs, 504s, academically at-risk, AP students, and other general education students all in the same class. Hands on practical science- taught practically.

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Sandra Brough-Gresh

Teacher, Walled Lake Central High School
I have been teaching High School science for 27 years, while the subjects have changed my passion for teaching and redesigning lessons has continued to grow each year.

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Friday March 1, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
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