CSUN NGSS-Palooza 2019
The CSUN Science Learning Collaboratory invites science teachers to our annual openhouse where we bring together science teachers, curriculum developers and resources. This year we will feature presentations from Project WET in addition to our usual collection of NGSS teaching symposia from teachers and university faculty.
There is no cost to attend, but we ask everyone to RSVP on this page (no need to tell us if your plans change).
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What grade level do you teach?
What school do you teach at? (optional)
Which science classes do you teach?
Check all that apply
Which workshops are you interested in?
There will be time to attend only 3 workshops - but if you are unsure you can check more than 2 (this is for our information, you can still change your mind).
Project WET - Making sense of the watershed
Periodic Table turns 150 - exploring its impact with American Chemical Society
Using Collaborative Technology to teach NGSS
Engaging Students with High Altitude Balloon Experiments
POGIL in a High School Chemistry Classroom
Using NASA data to explore environmental changes
How to convert your existing lessons to NGSS
Accountable Talk in Science Class
Enhancing the Science and Engineering Practices to Develop Creative Communicators
Coding science simulations in Scratch
Exploring LA River data with CODAP
A Deeper Dive: Integrating engineering, science and the arts through submarine design
Developing Models and Engaging in Argument to Figure out an Antarctic Phenomenon
See you at the Palooza!
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