Webinars for K-5 on teaching the NGSS: making sense of phenomena using evidence

NSTA webinar logoThe National Science Teachers Association’s Web Seminars are free, 90-minute, live professional development experiences. Next Generation Science Standards (K-12)(NGSS) were written to include early childhood, beginning in Kindergarten. To learn more about aspects of the NGSS such as, constructing explanations from evidence, making meaning through discourse, and planning a coherent storyline that guides both the teacher and learners in making sense of phenomena, join presenters Carla Zembal-Saul, Mary Starr, and Kathy Renfrew online on:

  • Wednesday, July 22, starting at 6:00 pm Eastern time for the web seminar titled: Teaching NGSS in K-5: Constructing Explanations from Evidence.
  • Wednesday, July 29, starting at 6:00 pm Eastern time for the web seminar titled: Teaching NGSS in K-5: Making Meaning through Discourse.
  • Wednesday, August 5, starting at 6:00 pm Eastern time for the web seminar titled: Teaching NGSS in K-5: Planning a Coherent Storyline.

 You can register today! And stay connected in the summer.Child digging in sand.

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