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Oct 22, 21
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
iSTEM for Elementary Teachers
iSTEM
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This hands-on workshop will help in understanding what iSTEM is and how to implement iSTEM into the classroom. We will explore iSTEM through engineering practices and design thinking where participants will get the opportunity to take part in iSTEM activities that are connected to the NJ Learning Standards. Each activity will showcase different parts of iSTEM and how you can bring these activities and ideas back to your classroom. Attending with a colleague can be an added benefit of being able to collaborate and plan lessons that you would be able to implement in your classroom.

Oct 28, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Fostering students’ critical thinking with scientific practices
Science
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‘Three-dimensional lessons’ is certainly a buzz-term, but how can we help students practice and develop these critical thinking skills. In this workshop we will examine the Science Practices, break up the practices into their assessable sub-practices, discuss how to assess where students are at, remediate, and monitor student progress. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.

Nov 02, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Helping students drive questions based on scientific practices
Science
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We know that Asking Questions is so much more than making an educated guess, but how do we help students to hone this difficult skill? In this workshop we will examine the sub-practices that make up the Science Practice “Asking Questions”, discuss how to assess where students are at, and scaffold for student success. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.


 

Nov 04, 21
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Standards in Action Climate Change for Administration
Admin Series
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What is climate change and how do teachers implement the new Standards in Action Climate Change? Through this workshop administrators will gain a better understanding of climate change, the new standards being taught, and how to help their teachers to start getting comfortable with integrating climate change into their classroom.

Nov 04, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Developing Students’ Data Literacy and Analysis Skills
Science
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This interactive session will streamline 3D learning and assessment to help your students master science practices and data literacy. You will learn how these competencies develop, and ways to assess skills in a consistent, quick, and informative way. From a scaffolded hands-on lab that differentiates for learners at all levels - to helping students learn data literacy skills using Inq-ITS Virtual Labs - to a final hands-on project, you will walk away with lesson plans, assessments, and rubrics you can use in your classroom immediately. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.

Nov 09, 21
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
iSTEM for Elementary Teachers
iSTEM
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This hands-on workshop will help in understanding what iSTEM is and how to implement iSTEM into the classroom. We will explore iSTEM through engineering practices and design thinking where participants will get the opportunity to take part in iSTEM activities that are connected to the NJ Learning Standards. Each activity will showcase different parts of iSTEM and how you can bring these activities and ideas back to your classroom. Attending with a colleague can be an added benefit of being able to collaborate and plan lessons that you would be able to implement in your classroom.

Nov 16, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Using data driven strategies to engage in student assessment
Science
Nov 16, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Standards in Action Climate Change for Administration
Admin Series
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What is climate change and how do teachers implement the new Standards in Action Climate Change? Through this workshop administrators will gain a better understanding of climate change, the new standards being taught, and how to help their teachers to start getting comfortable with integrating climate change into their classroom.

Nov 18, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Fostering students’ critical thinking with scientific practices
Science
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‘Three-dimensional lessons’ is certainly a buzz-term, but how can we help students practice and develop these critical thinking skills. In this workshop we will examine the Science Practices, break up the practices into their assessable sub-practices, discuss how to assess where students are at, remediate, and monitor student progress. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.

Nov 30, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Helping students drive questions based on scientific practices
Science
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We know that Asking Questions is so much more than making an educated guess, but how do we help students to hone this difficult skill? In this workshop we will examine the sub-practices that make up the Science Practice “Asking Questions”, discuss how to assess where students are at, and scaffold for student success. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.


 

Dec 02, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Developing Students’ Data Literacy and Analysis Skills
Science
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This interactive session will streamline 3D learning and assessment to help your students master science practices and data literacy. You will learn how these competencies develop, and ways to assess skills in a consistent, quick, and informative way. From a scaffolded hands-on lab that differentiates for learners at all levels - to helping students learn data literacy skills using Inq-ITS Virtual Labs - to a final hands-on project, you will walk away with lesson plans, assessments, and rubrics you can use in your classroom immediately. Contact us if the date/time does not work for you and we will work with you to schedule the session.

Dec 07, 21
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
The Basics of Technology Integration
Digital Learning
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Want to understand how to integrate technology into your classroom. This workshop will walk you through the basics of what technology integration is all about and how to plan your curriculum with an infusion of technology. You will learn how to use and apply different apps into your lessons that will include games, virtual and blended learning, discussion and collaboration, and Google. This workshop is beneficial to any K-12 teacher wanting to build their technology knowledge.

Dec 10, 21
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
iSTEM for Elementary Teachers
iSTEM
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This hands-on workshop will help in understanding what iSTEM is and how to implement iSTEM into the classroom. We will explore iSTEM through engineering practices and design thinking where participants will get the opportunity to take part in iSTEM activities that are connected to the NJ Learning Standards. Each activity will showcase different parts of iSTEM and how you can bring these activities and ideas back to your classroom. Attending with a colleague can be an added benefit of being able to collaborate and plan lessons that you would be able to implement in your classroom.