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Cooped Up Kids? Students Explore STEM Indoors and
Discover free age-appropriate "Cooped Up Kids"
activities that connect kids to the outdoors and exciting science content
whether in school, remote, or blended.
Takeaways: 1. Discover free hands-on lessons that are tied to the NGSS and Common Core Standards and discuss how to implement them whether learners are at home or in school; 2. Describe the socio-emotional benefits of place-based outdoor experiences for diverse K–8 students; and 3. Learn how to access a variety of free educational interactives, online multimedia resources, and citizen science projects scaffolded by lessons that are perfect for K–8 settings.
Jennifer Fee (The Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Ithaca, NY)
A Differentiated Approach to Supporting Adult
Join us to learn more about our journey to support
teachers' social and emotional well-being by designing differentiated learning
experiences as we implemented three-dimensional science.
Takeaways: 1. Methods to design effective differentiated learning for science educators; 2. Ways to support adult learners via differentiation; and 3. Ways to strengthen the implementation of 3-D science teaching, learning, and assessment across districts.
Tonya Woolfolk (Houston County Schools: Perry, GA), Denise Richardson (Rockdale County Public Schools: Conyers, GA)