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This is the second in a series of four courses; each addressing a different set of skills science educators need to meet the demands of their career. In this course, teachers will engage in experiences designed to develop the skills needed to create a more powerful science learning environment in their classroom.
Week 1: Standards Dissection:
Participants will learn how to analyze the verbiage of their science standards in order to turn the concepts within into meaningful learning experiences
Week 2: Assessment That Informs Teaching:
Participants will learn how to evaluate and develop better multiple choice assessment items to provide useable data
Week 3: Questioning Strategies:
Participant will learn how to construct rich questions that will encourage all learners to participate in the inquiry process
Week 4: Prepared Environment:
Participants will learn easy ways to change their classroom environment in order to promote independent exploration
- Chris Thompson - STEMscopes
- Lara Arch - Rice University Center for Digital Learning and Scholarship, STEMscopes
- Lisa Webber - STEMscopes™
- Terry Talley - SRT-STEM Center at UTMB
- Jarrett Whitaker - Rice University Digital Learning and Scholarship
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