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Thursday, July 18
 

9:10am CDT

Shifting to Phenomena Driven Learning in K-12 Science
Build on what we know about teaching science using the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) through a variety of activities. Phenomena don't have to be phenomenal to enhance science education. Leave with ideas and materials you can implement.

Speakers
avatar for Joyce Depenbusch

Joyce Depenbusch

Science teacher, Skyline Schools
Just finished my 22nd year at Skyline Schools in Pratt County. The majority of my teaching has been in 5-12th science and math. Although in a small school you can wear many hats, and I have worn my share. I have a degree in wildlife biology and one in elementary education from the... Read More →


Thursday July 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CDT
Chandler Hall - Room 402

10:40am CDT

How to Assess all 3 Dimensions of Science
Learn more about how science assessments can measure what students are figuring out about science. The next step to expanding science standards is to assess student learning. Tips will be shared on how to make more effective science assessments. Particpants will evaluate sample assessments, and learn how to evaluate their own assessments. Optional: Bring a favorite formative assessment to evaluate during the session along with a lap top or other device.

Speakers
avatar for Joyce Depenbusch

Joyce Depenbusch

Science teacher, Skyline Schools
Just finished my 22nd year at Skyline Schools in Pratt County. The majority of my teaching has been in 5-12th science and math. Although in a small school you can wear many hats, and I have worn my share. I have a degree in wildlife biology and one in elementary education from the... Read More →


Thursday July 18, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CDT
Chandler Hall - Room 402

12:40pm CDT

How to Assess all 3 Dimensions of Science
Learn more about how science assessments can measure what students are figuring out about science. The next step to expanding science standards is to assess student learning. Tips will be shared on how to make more effective science assessments. Particpants will use sample assessments to learn how to evaluate their own assessments. Optional: Bring a favorite formative assessment to evaluate during the session along with a lap top or other device.

Speakers
avatar for Joyce Depenbusch

Joyce Depenbusch

Science teacher, Skyline Schools
Just finished my 22nd year at Skyline Schools in Pratt County. The majority of my teaching has been in 5-12th science and math. Although in a small school you can wear many hats, and I have worn my share. I have a degree in wildlife biology and one in elementary education from the... Read More →


Thursday July 18, 2019 12:40pm - 2:00pm CDT
Chandler Hall - Room 402

2:10pm CDT

Shifting to Phenomena Driven Learning in K-12 Science
Build on what we know about teaching science using the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) through a variety of activities. Phenomena don't have to be phenomenal to enhance science education. Leave with ideas and materials you can implement.

Speakers
avatar for Joyce Depenbusch

Joyce Depenbusch

Science teacher, Skyline Schools
Just finished my 22nd year at Skyline Schools in Pratt County. The majority of my teaching has been in 5-12th science and math. Although in a small school you can wear many hats, and I have worn my share. I have a degree in wildlife biology and one in elementary education from the... Read More →


Thursday July 18, 2019 2:10pm - 3:30pm CDT
Chandler Hall - Room 402