Moving and Shaking in Sixth-Grade Science - 22980
Planet Earth is dynamic and ever changing. The constant movement within the Earth's interior influences major geological events. Understanding the different layers, including their composition, movements, and interactions can help us understand when, how, where, and why geological events occur. Using technology, models, and hands-on manipulatives, teachers will grow in content understanding and have ideas and investigations ready to take back to their classrooms for use with students. Strategies embedded in the session will help teachers make content accessible for struggling learners and English Learners as well as challenging for gifted learners.
Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Coordinators, Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language), Teacher - Special Education, Teacher Certification Candidate, Teacher Supervisors
Please bring a device that can be used to access the internet, create documents for use in the classroom and share thinking and materials in a Google folder.
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Seats Left 19
Registration Deadline 1/16/2020 12:00 am
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Cheryl Bowden ESC Region 11
This session is closed for registrations.
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