Friday, March 1 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Using Phenomena to Drive Student Learning

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The goal of real science is to be able to explain the phenomena we see in the everyday world around us. In this session we will explore what characteristics make for a great anchoring phenomena. Come engage in and experience how students guide the learning through figuring out and sensemaking in a way that is coherent from the students perspective through several investigative phenomena.

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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 →
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Wayne Wright

Science Teacher, Thurston High School
Wayne Wright is an NGSS enthusiast! As a 10 year science teacher Wayne recognizes that this shift in the NGSS mindset has revolutionized his own classroom and how students experience science. Since diving into NGSS Wayne has given a talk at MIStemTalk17, has presented at the Science... Read More →

Friday March 1, 2019 8:00am - 9:45am
Ford Ballroom

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