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Global Systems, Aug 19

10 hours 31 min ago
How do we use technology to learn about our planet? Explore how science is helping us map the ocean floor, understand data, study plants, and more. Free with admission. Free for members.
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Saturday Seminar Series 2018-19: Emerging and Converging on Equity, Sep 29

10 hours 31 min ago
The Bay Area Writing, Science, and Mathematics Projects are creating the next generation professional growth experiences converging on the use of writing as a sense-making tool in the content areas.

We are emerging from our silos with a renewed commitment to help students understand the genres of language of math and science. To that end, we are generating new synergies to provide the teachers we serve with hands-on experiences to strengthen their capacity to support students communicating their conceptual understanding and reasoning. We need to do all this through a framework of equity.
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Ten Minutes to Improving Science Achievement (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
The word “assessment” can strike fear into the hearts of teachers and students. Join FOSS developers to learn how assessment can be transformed into an integrated teaching tool that both teachers and students grades 3–8 embrace to create a classroom culture that motivates effort and growth mindset to improve learning. (Gr 3¬8)
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FOSS for All Students—Access and Equity (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Providing equitable learning opportunities for all students requires knowing the curriculum, understanding the diverse needs of students, and responding effectively to those needs. Join us for a closer look at how the FOSS program provides both universal access and targeted instruction for your most vulnerable students. (Gr K¬5)
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Argumentation and Explanation in FOSS Grades (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Investigate phenomena and experience how students create models, construct explanations, and engage in argumentation from evidence in FOSS lessons. Explore how these NGSS science and engineering practices complement and reinforce each other to enhance student learning. Leave with instructional strategies to support student sense making. (Gr K¬5)
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Structure and Function in Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
Explore the phenomenon of structure and function with live Madagascar hissing cockroaches. Discover how students engage in three-dimensional learning as they explore and compare systems in multicellular organisms in the FOSS Next Generation Diversity of Life Course for middle school. (Gr 6¬8)
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Exploring Kinetic Energy Transfers in Collisions! (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Explore how potential energy is related to kinetic energy by planning and carrying out a collision investigation. Engage as students to make sense of data to develop an understanding of energy transfers in the FOSS Next Generation Gravity and Kinetic Energy Course for middle school. (Gr 6¬8)
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Wave Properties and Information Technologies (FOSS, NSTA), Oct 11

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Engage in activities using lasers and optical fibers in the new FOSS Next Generation Waves Course for middle school. Explore the phenomena of refraction and reflection that allow information transfer by fiber optic technology, and identify connections to the three dimensions of NGSS. (Gr 6¬8)
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Ten Minutes to Improving Science Achievement (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
The word “assessment” can strike fear into the hearts of teachers and students. Join FOSS developers to learn how assessment can be transformed into an integrated teaching tool that both teachers and students grades 3–8 embrace to create a classroom culture that motivates effort and growth mindset to improve learning. (Gr 3¬8)
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FOSS for All Students—Access and Equity (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Providing equitable learning opportunities for all students requires knowing the curriculum, understanding the diverse needs of students, and responding effectively to those needs. Join us for a closer look at how the FOSS program provides both universal access and targeted instruction for your most vulnerable students. (Gr K¬5)
Categories: UCB Calendars

Argumentation and Explanation in FOSS Grades (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Investigate phenomena and experience how students create models, construct explanations, and engage in argumentation from evidence in FOSS lessons. Explore how these NGSS science and engineering practices complement and reinforce each other to enhance student learning. Leave with instructional strategies to support student sense making. (Gr K¬5)
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Structure and Function in Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
Explore the phenomenon of structure and function with live Madagascar hissing cockroaches. Discover how students engage in three-dimensional learning as they explore and compare systems in multicellular organisms in the FOSS Next Generation Diversity of Life Course for middle school. (Gr 6¬8)
Categories: UCB Calendars

Exploring Kinetic Energy Transfers in Collisions! (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Explore how potential energy is related to kinetic energy by planning and carrying out a collision investigation. Engage as students to make sense of data to develop an understanding of energy transfers in the FOSS Next Generation Gravity and Kinetic Energy Course for middle school. (Gr 6¬8)
Categories: UCB Calendars

Wave Properties and Information Technologies (FOSS, NSTA), Nov 15

10 hours 31 min ago
Description:Engage in activities using lasers and optical fibers in the new FOSS Next Generation Waves Course for middle school. Explore the phenomena of refraction and reflection that allow information transfer by fiber optic technology, and identify connections to the three dimensions of NGSS. (Gr 6¬8)
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Saturday Seminar Series 2018-19: Emerging and Converging on Equity, Jan 26

10 hours 31 min ago
The Bay Area Writing, Science, and Mathematics Projects are creating the next generation professional growth experiences converging on the use of writing as a sense-making tool in the content areas.

We are emerging from our silos with a renewed commitment to help students understand the genres of language of math and science. To that end, we are generating new synergies to provide the teachers we serve with hands-on experiences to strengthen their capacity to support students communicating their conceptual understanding and reasoning. We need to do all this through a framework of equity.
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Saturday Seminar Series 2018-19: Emerging and Converging on Equity, Mar 23

10 hours 31 min ago
The Bay Area Writing, Science, and Mathematics Projects are creating the next generation professional growth experiences converging on the use of writing as a sense-making tool in the content areas.

We are emerging from our silos with a renewed commitment to help students understand the genres of language of math and science. To that end, we are generating new synergies to provide the teachers we serve with hands-on experiences to strengthen their capacity to support students communicating their conceptual understanding and reasoning. We need to do all this through a framework of equity.
Categories: UCB Calendars