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Exploring Elementary Life Sciences in an NGSS Classroom

  • 01/23/2016
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Winman Junior High School, 575 Centerville Road, Warwick RI
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Teachers will participate in several investigations and practice structuring facilitation questions and student experiences that interweaves all three NGSS dimensions into the learning experience. NGSS “Topics” to be explored include “Inheritance and Variation of Traits”, “Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems”, and “Matter and Energy in Organisms in Ecosystems”.


About the Presenter: Sean Musselman is a Science Specialist for the Burlington, Massachusetts Public Schools and its Burlington Science Center. His primary goal each and every year is to coordinate and enrich the school system’s science curriculum by “bringing science to life." Prior to his employment in Burlington, Mr. Musselman was an eighth grade earth and space science teacher for the Reading, Massachusetts public schools.


See his website at https://musselmanscience.wordpress.com/

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