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Webinar: Helping Educators Use Your Resources for Implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards

October 22, 2015
1:00 PM Pacific | 2:00 PM Mountain | 3:00 PM Central | 4:00 PM Eastern

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Webinar Description

Fifteen states, the District of Columbia and many school districts have adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). ESS organizations have existing repositories of learning resources and are developing new resources. Many investigators are considering how best to present those resources for use in NGSS implementation. This webinar will include presentations of different strategies currently being used by organizations to align and display resources for NGSS ESS standards. It will include opportunities to discuss the possibilities offered by different methodologies and draw out common practices. Come to discuss the projects that are underway, learn how to present your own resources, or find resources aligned for ESS NGSS Implementation.

Presenters:

Theresa Schwerin (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies) presents NASA Wavelength
Anne Egger (Central Washington University) presents the InTeGrate project
Kristin Wegner (GLOBE Implementation Office) presents GLOBE Resources

Webinar Organizers:

Susan Sullivan (CIRES, U of Colorado) susan.sullivan at colorado.edu
Aida Awad (Maine East High School, Park Ridge, IL)
Edward Robeck (American Geosciences Institute)
John McDaris (National Association of Geoscience Teachers)

Webinar Products

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Download the Webinar Slides (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 11.1MB Oct22 15)

Webinar: Helping Educators Use Your Resources for Implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards
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