2024 Denver National Conference

March 20-23, 2024

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Building an Equitable Science Classroom for Grades 6-8

Friday, March 22 • 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM

Colorado Convention Center - Mile High Ballroom 3B

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Equitable AI, NSTA Presentation.pdf

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Dive into strategies for making science inclusive and engaging for all students in grades 6-8.

Equitable AI: Three tips how to support diverse learners using Chat-GPT
Enhance your lesson planning to foster differentiation and equity in your science classroom with the assistance of Chat-GPT! Join our dialogue where we use Chat-GPT to elevate practice by generating tiered reading activities, language supports for ESL students, and culture integration strategies.

NMLSTA: Strategies to Create a More Equitable Science Classroom
Most classrooms are diverse. Meeting the needs of all students can be difficult for teachers. Learn strategies to support equitable learning.

TeachEngineering: Free, Teacher-tested K-12 STEM Resources
The TeachEngineering Digital Library is a free, online collection of K-12 curricular STEM resources. This session highlights the key features and benefits of TeachEngineering, shedding light on how this digital collection empowers educators to explore the “E” in STEM: engineering.

Andrew Kipp (Texas A&M), Dawn Konieczny (Brooks Middle School: Bolingbrook, IL), Kim Nagle (Brooks Middle School: Bolingbrook, IL), Jennifer Kracha (University of Colorado Boulder: Boulder, CO), Ellen Parrish (TeachEngineering: Boulder, CO)

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