Science & Engineering Processes

For Elementary Teachers

The Next Generation Science Standards have been built, placing a large emphasis
on science and engineering processes.

This full-day workshop will help teachers begin to incorporate science and engineering practices at a new level. Topics will include:

  • What 'modeling' look like in science
  • Gaining a deeper understanding of what it means to 'do science' and incorporating it into the classroom
  • Engineering processes & how to incorporate them
  • Scaffolding students as they design their own experiments


 


Featured Presenter: Kelly Morgan Dempewolf, Ph. D.

Kelly Morgan Dempewolf, Ph. D., is a nationally-known author and presenter. A national board certified teacher, Kelly spent 10 years in high school science classrooms and authored a high school chemistry textbook, as well as a book on mastery learning in the science classroom and numerous research articles. She is the recipient of several awards, including an NSTA Excellence in Inquiry Based Science Education award. She continues to work in science education with an NSF GK – 12 grant program at Kansas State University focusing on incorporating philosophy of science and science processes into high school classrooms and graduate science training.

 

 

 

 

Audience:
Elementary Teachers & Instructional Coaches

Date:
Friday, April 4, 2014

Time:
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Location:
Jones Institute for
Educational Excellence
The Earl Center at
Emporia State University
1601 State, Emporia, KS

Map to Event:
Click here for directions

Cost:
$125 (includes lunch & materials)


Graduate credit (0.5) available with no additional work; 1.0 graduate credit available with an additional assignment to be completed and submitted to JIEE. Additional fee for graduate credit.

Enrollment is limited to 35
participants.

 

   

 
 


 

 






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