We are excited to announce our all-new online short courses. Led by experienced teachers, Knowles Academy short courses are designed to improve mathematics and science teaching and learning. The number of participants in these courses is capped so that participants can engage in discussions with the instructors and other participants as they explore new tools and strategies to use in their classrooms to increase student engagement.

In this course, teachers will explore student work to build a better understanding of how students analyze and interpret data, engage in argument from evidence to construct an explanation of a phenomenon.

Exploring Student Work to Build an Understanding of Student Engagement in Science Practices

In this course, teachers will explore student work to build a better understanding of how students analyze and interpret data, engage in argument from evidence to construct an explanation of a phenomenon. Together teachers will consider how to look at their students’ work to identify the range of engagement in science practices to build content knowledge. 

Teachers who attend this course will:

  • Identify the range of student engagement in science practices
  • Identify connections and leverage points for supporting students in engaging in argumentation from evidence and constructing explanations

Exploring Student Work to Build an Understanding of Student Engagement in Science Practices

Date: July 15, 2020
Time: 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. EST
Location: Zoom (link will be provided to registrants)
Price: $0

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