This is what tomorrow's science classroom looks like.
November 16 – 17, 2018
Choose from two workshops to kick start teacher training in your district on three-dimensional standards!
Edited by Jack Rhoton
It’s not enough for teachers to read through the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and correlate their content to the established curriculum. Teachers must prepare to make the vision of the NGSS come alive in their classrooms.
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Join us at 10 am Eastern time to learn how you can help your students to embrace STEM!
Advocates of a set of science standards for public schools cheered when the New Mexico Public Education Department agreed after some contention and debate to initiate those recommendations starting this year. But the harsh reality of adopting the standards seemed to set in this week ...
The Arizona State Board of Education approved revised science standards, shrugging off outgoing State Superintendent Diane Douglas’ suggestion to replace all the standards with a set from a conservative college in Michigan ...
Barbara Hulit, senior vice president at Fortive Corp., and Gary Cohn, superintendent of Everett , Wash, Public Schools note the expected job growth in STEM-related fields and the importance of a strong science education to prepare students for the future workforce ...
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