Archive — Month: September 2017
NEW DATE: September 30! National Geographic STEM Saturday Come learn how student notebooking supports STEM instruction with National Geographic Author, Dr. Malcolm Butler. Visit the registration page for more information or to register for this FREE event on Saturday September 30, 2017.
Register today! Using Children’s Books and Literacy Skills to Inspire STEM Learning in Grades 3-6 Thursday, November 2, 2017 In this workshop we will enhance your STEM instruction using quality children’s literature to promote higher level thinking/questioning, problem solving, reading, writing and vocabulary development. We will use the 5E instructional model and science and engineering [Read more…]
Join us for a day focused on creating and experiencing quality mathematical tasks from grades 4 through 8. Participants will learn what makes a quality mathematical task, how to determine the cognitive demand of the task, and how to implement the task at the rigor of the standards. Arizona Mathematics Standards and the Standards for [Read more…]
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On September 6, the Science Standards Revision Working Group made great progress in revising Arizona’s Science Standards. A total of 27 Arizona educators participated, representing 2 institutes of higher education, 24 districts/schools, including 2 charter schools and 1 private school. Participants were from 7 Arizona counties: Apache, Graham, Maricopa, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, and Yuma. Download [Read more…]
Register today! Understanding the K12 Computer Science Framework Monday Sept 18, 3:30-4:30 pm Arizona is preparing to start the development of K12 Computer Science (CS) Standards. The K12 Computer Science Framework sets the vision and critical content that states should consider when developing CS Standards, including core concepts and practices. This webinar will be presented [Read more…]