Council of State Science Supervisors “The voice and vision of science education for the states”
Rural Science Implementation
The second webinar in the series, moderated by Tom Keller, will hone in on implementation efforts within rural communities. A panel discussion with small group think time will be used to allow the science education community to reflect on and discuss how to best support rural science standards implementation efforts.
February 24, 2022 – Part 2: How is Policy Made/What Can You Do (and Not Do When Someone is Looking?)
Informal Ed Science Implementation
The third webinar in the series, moderated by Elizabeth Mulkerrin, will include panel discussion and interactive polls to consider the opportunities that exist within informal education spaces.
Instructional Shifts and Science Standards Implementation.
This fourth webinar, moderated by K. Renae Pullen, will take a closer look at how teachers work to implement science and engineering in their classrooms. A panel discussion, small group think time banded by grade levels, and full group discussion will enable the field to consider and showcase best practices within the classroom.
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March 24, 2022 – Formative Assessment Procedures and Tools for Educators
Teacher Preparation Pathways and Science Standards Implementation
This final webinar in the series, moderated by Susan Gomez Zwiep, will consider the pathways for teacher preparation. Panel and small group think time are structures that will be implemented in this webinar as we reflect on and discuss as a community the preparation of our educators.
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April 28, 2022– Topic to be Determined
May 26, 2022– Topic to be Determined
June 23, 2022 – Topic to be Determined
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