Teaching Science Remotely - Elementary (grades K-5) NGSS

OVERVIEW:
This online workshop will focus on the best practices of remote and face-to-face science instruction including; modeling instruction, argument-driven inquiry, phenomenon-based instruction, and the science and engineering practices contained in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).  Elementary teachers will engage in scientific inquiry that is guided by authentic assessments and best practices.  Phenomena and inquiry will target specific K-5 Performance Expectations.  Come and experience this form of 3-dimensional instruction with Paul Andersen as your online guide. Explore the wonders of science as you rediscover the curiosity that guided your childhood. Teachers should come prepared to do science!

  • Cost for Invitational Schools: $75 USD
  • Cost for Non-Members: $150 USD

 
DATE & TIME INVOLVED:
August 19 , 2020  (2 x 2 hr. sessions) starting at  2:30 pm MST * 

TECHNOLOGY:
A primary device (laptop, tablet, or desktop) is best for the conference. We do not recommend a secondary device (phone) for a Zoom call of this complexity. 

OBJECTIVES:
This workshop is designed for K-5 teachers working at international schools.  

The workshop progresses through the stages of UbD beginning with Stage 0 - Why is science education important?  Why should we change the way we teach science? Participants in the workshop will:

  • Gain a better understanding of scientific inquiry and the NGSS
  • Engage in online learning through modeling instruction and scientific inquiry
  • Screen exemplar performance assessments.
  • Utilize online tools (e.g. Zoom, Google Forms, Jamboard) to facilitate authentic learning

BIOGRAPHY

Mr Paul Anderson

Paul Andersen is an educational consultant and YouTube creator living in Bozeman, MT.  Paul is an experienced educator having taught science in Montana for 20 years.  Paul was the 2011 Montana Teacher of the Year, and was also one of four finalists for the 2011 National Teacher of the Year.  In addition to teaching Paul has created hundreds of YouTube science tutorials that have been viewed millions of times by students around the world.  Paul has provided training for thousands of students, teachers, and administrators around the world.  Paul enjoys providing meaningful professional development that can be applied immediately in the classroom. 

 

 

This workshop is subsidized through the Tri-Association A/OS grant to enable the schools to participate without any cost. 

REGISTRATION PROCESS IS CLOSED
No more spots available.