During this workshop we will explore how a series of lessons can be used to explain an anchoring phenomenon on matter. Lessons will be three-dimensional – including the three components of NGSS: Cross-Cutting Concepts, Disciplinary Core Ideas, and Scientific and Engineering Practices. Teachers will conduct investigations and then apply what they have learned in a chemical engineering task. You will walk away with strategies to engage students that can be used right away on any unit that you are developing.
Instructors:Susan Holveck, Beaverton School District
Berkeley Gadbaw, Catlin Gabel School
Audience: Middle School
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