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FOSS Next Generation and Integrated ELD, Jul 21

June 19, 2020 - 2:40pm
Join FOSS developers and special guests for online discussions of ways to use FOSS/ELD resources for California educators, schools, and districts to support emergent multilingual students in both accessing science content learning and accelerating English language development in the classroom and virtually.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 • FOSS Next Generation and Integrated ELD

For classroom teachers, coaches, and other educators who work with English learners.

• Explore the approaches and strategies used in the FOSS program to support access and English language development in the classroom and distance learning experiences.

• Identify and share opportunities for integrated science/ELD with FOSS, aligned with the California ELA/ELDFramework and ELD standards.

Designated ELD with FOSS Next Generation, Jul 23

June 19, 2020 - 2:40pm
Join FOSS developers and special guests for online discussions of ways to use FOSS/ELD resources for California educators, schools, and districts to support emergent multilingual students in both accessing science content learning and accelerating English language development in the classroom and virtually.

Thursday, July 23, 2020 • Designated ELD with FOSS Next Generation

We highly encourage ELD coordinators and TOSAs to attend this session.

• Explore the FOSS resources specifically designed to support teachers and ELD specialists in designing and implementing designated ELD lessons using FOSS as the context.

• Learn about the innovative work currently underway at Santa Barbara Unified School District to develop and implement a district-wide FOSS DELD program for TK-6.

Presenters will also include: Holly Gil, Science Education Consultant for SBUSD and Hortencia Corral, English Language Development TOSA SBUSD

Mini PL Series 4th- 8th grade teachers, Jun 8-14

June 13, 2020 - 6:39am
Join us June 8th, 10th & 12th, from 11:00-12:15 for a 3-part series to learn about energy transfer, renewable/nonrenewable energy and the electric grid in California. Human activities, including energy use, impact our climate.  This series will address NGSS human impact and energy standards with locally focused energy lessons that can be delivered in school, remotely or blended. 

Participants enrolled in this series will:
Deepen energy content knowledge 
Learn from a practicing energy scientist in the field
Experience energy activities with at home materials and the outdoors
Receive tools and lessons for blended/distance learning 
Obtain resources for student action and/or citizen science
Receive a certificate of continuing education

Part 1. June 8, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Discover and capture solar energy. Explore physical properties that impact the availability and absorption of solar energy and use simple materials to capture it.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet, outdoors, glass-sized container, water

Part 2. June 10, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Investigate energy and energy transfer. Explore different forms of energy and how energy is transferred between forms and objects in the world around us. Build a  device that  transfers energy. Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, notebook/paper, outdoors, phone camera, padlet, common household items. 

 Part 3. June 12, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Understand energy and the CA Electric Grid. Using different forms of energy and multiple energy transfers and transformations, the electric grid allows us to use energy to do useful work and live comfortable lives. We will play a simulation game in which we build our own electric grid and learn about the sources of electricity in California and elsewhere.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet

Mini PL Series 4th- 8th grade teachers, Jun 8-14

June 11, 2020 - 2:40am
Join us June 8th, 10th & 12th, from 11:00-12:15 for a 3-part series to learn about energy transfer, renewable/nonrenewable energy and the electric grid in California. Human activities, including energy use, impact our climate.  This series will address NGSS human impact and energy standards with locally focused energy lessons that can be delivered in school, remotely or blended. 

Participants enrolled in this series will:
Deepen energy content knowledge 
Learn from a practicing energy scientist in the field
Experience energy activities with at home materials and the outdoors
Receive tools and lessons for blended/distance learning 
Obtain resources for student action and/or citizen science
Receive a certificate of continuing education

Part 1. June 8, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Discover and capture solar energy. Explore physical properties that impact the availability and absorption of solar energy and use simple materials to capture it.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet, outdoors, glass-sized container, water

Part 2. June 10, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Investigate energy and energy transfer. Explore different forms of energy and how energy is transferred between forms and objects in the world around us. Build a  device that  transfers energy. Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, notebook/paper, outdoors, phone camera, padlet, common household items. 

 Part 3. June 12, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Understand energy and the CA Electric Grid. Using different forms of energy and multiple energy transfers and transformations, the electric grid allows us to use energy to do useful work and live comfortable lives. We will play a simulation game in which we build our own electric grid and learn about the sources of electricity in California and elsewhere.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet

Mini PL Series 4th- 8th grade teachers, Jun 8-14

June 9, 2020 - 5:40am
Join us June 8th, 10th & 12th, from 11:00-12:15 for a 3-part series to learn about energy transfer, renewable/nonrenewable energy and the electric grid in California. Human activities, including energy use, impact our climate.  This series will address NGSS human impact and energy standards with locally focused energy lessons that can be delivered in school, remotely or blended. 

Participants enrolled in this series will:
Deepen energy content knowledge 
Learn from a practicing energy scientist in the field
Experience energy activities with at home materials and the outdoors
Receive tools and lessons for blended/distance learning 
Obtain resources for student action and/or citizen science
Receive a certificate of continuing education

Part 1. June 8, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Discover and capture solar energy. Explore physical properties that impact the availability and absorption of solar energy and use simple materials to capture it.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet, outdoors, glass-sized container, water

Part 2. June 10, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Investigate energy and energy transfer. Explore different forms of energy and how energy is transferred between forms and objects in the world around us. Build a  device that  transfers energy. Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, notebook/paper, outdoors, phone camera, padlet, common household items. 

 Part 3. June 12, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Understand energy and the CA Electric Grid. Using different forms of energy and multiple energy transfers and transformations, the electric grid allows us to use energy to do useful work and live comfortable lives. We will play a simulation game in which we build our own electric grid and learn about the sources of electricity in California and elsewhere.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet

Mini PL Series 4th- 8th grade teachers, Jun 8-14

June 4, 2020 - 8:40pm
Join us June 8th, 10th & 12th, from 11:00-12:15 for a 3-part series to learn about energy transfer, renewable/nonrenewable energy and the electric grid in California. Human activities, including energy use, impact our climate.  This series will address NGSS human impact and energy standards with locally focused energy lessons that can be delivered in school, remotely or blended. 

Participants enrolled in this series will:
Deepen energy content knowledge 
Learn from a practicing energy scientist in the field
Experience energy activities with at home materials and the outdoors
Receive tools and lessons for blended/distance learning 
Obtain resources for student action and/or citizen science
Receive a certificate of continuing education

Part 1. June 8, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Discover and capture solar energy. Explore physical properties that impact the availability and absorption of solar energy and use simple materials to capture it.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet, outdoors, glass-sized container, water

Part 2. June 10, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Investigate energy and energy transfer. Explore different forms of energy and how energy is transferred between forms and objects in the world around us. Build a  device that  transfers energy. Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, notebook/paper, outdoors, phone camera, padlet, common household items. 

 Part 3. June 12, 2020, 11:00-12:15.  Understand energy and the CA Electric Grid. Using different forms of energy and multiple energy transfers and transformations, the electric grid allows us to use energy to do useful work and live comfortable lives. We will play a simulation game in which we build our own electric grid and learn about the sources of electricity in California and elsewhere.  Technology and materials needed: Zoom, google doc, padlet