Webinar: Designing instructional units using the NGSS Storyline Approach to support student sensemaking
This webinar occurred on September 13, 2018
NGSS September 2018 Webinar Slides (Acrobat (PDF) 1.5MB Sep13 18)
Presenter: Abe Lo, Ph.D., Science EducatorBSCS Science Learning NGSS September 2018 Webinar Recording (right-click or control-click to download)
Implementing the NGSS calls for students to use disciplinary norms and practices to construct explanatory knowledge. Critical to this goal is shifting the source of epistemic agency from the teacher to the students. This webinar will describe the NGSS Storyline Approach, which organizes units of instruction around students' iterative investigation and explanation of an anchor phenomenon. This webinar will also discuss tools and routines that teachers can use to design instruction using this approach.
Aleeza Oshry, Howard Hughes Medical Institue
Jessica Bean, University of California Berkeley
Aida Awad (NAGT)
Edward Robeck (American Geosciences Institute)
Carla McAuliffe (NESTA)
John McDaris and Andrew Haveles (National Association of Geoscience Teachers)
With the NGSS Earth and Space Science Working Group
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Andrew Haveles Sep, 2018