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Tuesday, July 9 • 12:50pm - 2:10pm
Teaching the new Idaho Science Standards

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Rigorous science instruction shifts the focus from learning about a topic to figuring out why or how something happens. It engages the student with inquiry and problem solving related to real-world phenomena and everyday situations. This session will explore how to utilize the Idaho Science standards to increase the level of student thinking by engaging them in higher-level questioning, academic discussions, and thoughtful work. This session will also examine how utilizing scientific phenomena helps to answer the question “why do I need to learn this” for students and build a relevant connection from the real world to the content.

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Emily Freeland

Instruction and Leadership Coach, International Center for Leadership in Education - Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Science should be something students DO not just learn about! As a former high school Physics and Chemistry teacher, I always worked to get students to love science as much as I do. When I took on an adjunct position teaching college-level Introductory Chemistry and Physical Science... Read More →



Tuesday July 9, 2019 12:50pm - 2:10pm
Shields 114

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