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Saturday, March 2 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Ten Tips for Motivating Students with Phenomena

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Make science fun using phenomena in the high school science classroom. Designing lessons that build real-world relationships with inexpensive activities help to engage students. We will provide you with ten tips to incorporate NGSS-designed and three-dimensional learning in your classroom that will make connections that will help students appreciate the social relevance of science.

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Denise Bills

Teacher, Garden City Schools
Denise is passionate about the innovation of teaching and learning, especially through inquiry-based science modalities.
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Jane Culp

Chemistry Teacher, Garden City Schools
Jane Davies-Culp | Science Teacher / Environmental Chemist | MSEd, BSNR | | Jane Davies-Culp is a high school teacher who works to help people develop their own passion for science. Jane believes that everyone should explore and ask questions about the world around them... Read More →


Saturday March 2, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Grandview B/C

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