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Three-Dimensional Instruction Workshops

Participants build a solid understanding of the three dimensions and how they integrate and take home a powerful toolkit of resources to further their implementation efforts.

Workshop registration includes Thursday access to the NSTA Area Conference in Charlotte!

Workshop space is limited.
 

Level 1: Making Sense of Three-Dimensional Teaching and Learning

Earlybird (closes 10/19/18):
$575 earlybird nonmember | $500 member

Full rate (after 10/19/18):
$650 nonmember | $575 member

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November 30–December 1, 2018

Providence III
The Westin Charlotte Hotel

601 S. College St., Charlotte, NC 28202

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

This two-day workshop focuses on developing deep understanding of three-dimensional design by giving them a powerful tool kit of resources including the interactive e-book Discover the NGSS: Primer and Unit Planner.

Workshop Objectives

  • Conduct an investigation where participants actively engage in science and engineering practices in the context of explaining a phenomenon or designing a solution to a problem in order to understand the essential features of all three dimensions (Practices, Core Ideas, and Crosscutting Concepts) and why all three dimensions must be integrated for effective instruction.
  • Construct an evidenced-based argument on how to use phenomena to generate student questions to motivate student sense making and support three-dimensional teaching and learning of the targeted core ideas.
  • Analyze a lesson's potential to support three-dimensional teaching and learning by building on student's prior knowledge, providing students opportunities to express their ideas, and helping students see how the lesson fits coherently into the overall unit of instruction.

All participants receive

To learn more about the Discover the NGSS: Primer and Unit Planner, view the archived web seminar Discover the NGSS: An Interactive Exploration of the Next Generation Science Standards.

 



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