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Monday, June 4 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Phenomenal Phenomena- Using Phenomena to Engage Students and Drive Science Instruction

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NGSS and the new Missouri Learning Standards ask students to stop "learning about" science and start "figuring out" real-world phenomena. In this session, we will give an overview of what scientific phenomena are, and why they are an integral part of three dimensional learning. We will share resources with participants, including examples of phenomena and how to integrate them into lessons. Discussion will be encouraged as we "figure out" how to identify and incorporate phenomena together!

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Jeanne Norris

K-8 Curriculum Coordinator, Washington University in St. Louis/ Inst. for School Partnership
Jeanne Norris is a Curriculum Coordinator at the Institute for School Partnership at Washington University- St. Louis. She writes and edits mySci curriculum, and has served on Achieve's national EQuIP Science Peer Review Panel. Before working at the ISP, Jeanne taught high school... Read More →
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Melanie Turnage

K-8 Curriculum Coordinator, Washington University Institute for School Partnerships
Melanie Turnage is a K-8 science curriculum coordinator from Washington University in St. Louis. She works primarily with the mySci program, but also leads various professional development sessions.

Monday June 4, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am CDT