Does teaching elementary science take necessary time from important things like, reading and social emotional learning? What if teachers are provided high quality resources and professional learning, would it make a difference?
Find out on April 16th, when MISciPLN will welcome its founding sponsor, CREATE for STEM’s Joe Krajcik and Sue Codere. They will join us to share their long awaited, elementary research highlighting the public introduction of 3rd-5th grade Multiple Literacies in Project Based Learning (MLPBL).
Even if we could provide great resources and professional learning, how can we get schools to support the transformation to NGSS in a systemic way?
Don Peurach, from the University of Michigan, will also be joining us to share his team’s research findings for Designing School Systems to Support NGSS. The implications of this research will have a direct impact on our work in districts.
We would love for you to join us as these exciting findings are used to build a foundation to inform our collective conversation around elementary science advocacy.
Register today for the April 16 MISciPLN event.