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East Portland Unconference: What do you want to discuss with your colleagues around science education?

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How to teach the Next Gen science standards in an elementary classroom. For example, helping students to become scientists and do real science. Also, on a logistical note, how to do be able to plan, carve out time, find resources, and gain administrative support, etc.
by David Scharfenberg
 
6

Alexia, Stephanie, Leah and 3 more

Apps and Internet Tools to use in your classroom (Middle-High School)
by Jeremy Magee
4

Carol, Laura M, Sandra and 1 more

Integrating out-of-building experiences (field trips, Outdoor School, gardens, etc.) to effectively support learning goals (articulating NGSS alignment, etc.).
by Dan Prince
3
Jake
Jen
Stephanie
Developing / integrating inquiry and engineering tasks that can be used for work samples or portfolio entires.
by Cheryl :)
2
Alexia
Laura M
Efficiency in student lab reporting: Scaffolding within and between science classes within your department. (Middle-High School)
by Craig Watts
2
Alfonso
Margo
How to tap community "Funds of Knowledge"
by Jennie Armstrong
Research shows that students greatly benefit from linking their learning to real life and seeing ... more
1
Julia
Culturally responsive lens & multiple perspectives of teaching science
1
Alexia
Motivation Hacks: Tips and Tricks for Teachers and Leaders
by Don Berg
You bring a motivational challenge to share, I'll briefly present the science of motivation, then... more
1
Alexia
Inventive ways to teach evolution in the middle school aligned to NGSS
1
Jill
Administrators
How to support teachers in the transition to NGSS and instructional shifts
0
Incorporating the history of science into the curriculum. Using resources from the Library of Congress and the World Digital Library.
by Alfonso Garcia Arriola
0
Science Fairs: How to get your students involved and compete in local and regional events (Middle-High School)
by Steve Scannell
0

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