These groups will be reviewing in carrying out changes that need to be made to science resources that are currently being piloted. These changes include developing support materials for the resource as well as revising lessons, lab materials, readings, assessments and other documents as needed. This group will also be responsible for reviewing the unit evaluation assessments used for RiSE Center resource evaluation. Group members will need to work well with other teachers, RiSE staff, RiSE faculty, and graduate students.
Please note that there will be a significant amount of work that will need to be completed during this week. We are looking for dedicated and committed teachers for this team who are willing to take on this challenge. This work will support our piloting teachers next fall along with all teachers using RiSE resources when they are adopted. The Maine STEM Partnership relies on this work to continue supporting high-quality science instructional resources to Maine teachers.
If you have questions about this week or the piloting process, please contact Marina Van der Eb at firstname.lastname@example.org.