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  • May 21, 2021 12:05 PM | Lori Lancaster (Administrator)

    Chemistry for the Next Generation: August 2 - 6, 2021
    Physics for the Next Generation: August 9 - 13, 2021
    Biology for the Next Generation: August 9 - 13, 2021

    Course Fee: $450

    Audience: High School Science Teachers

    Please register here.

    You can find more information about the approach and access the curriculum by visiting https://www.pdxstem.org/hs-science

    We are excited to announce that registration is open for the High School Science for All: the Patterns Approach courses for this summer! The five-day summer courses on the High School Science for All curriculum: NGSS Physics, NGSS Chemistry, and NGSS Biology will occur virtually during the first two weeks of August. The courses provide a great foundation for teachers interested in utilizing the open source curriculum and associated instruction strategies. The model is a three-year pathway and curriculum aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The curriculum utilizes a storyline patterns approach to problem-based learning, common instructional strategies, real-world phenomena and design challenges that engage students and support their learning. The curriculum is a combination of teacher-generated and curated open-content materials. Complete distance learning resources have been developed for all units in all courses. The Teacher-generated materials are shared freely under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons License.

  • May 11, 2021 6:38 AM | Lori Lancaster (Administrator)

    The Salmon Watch program was created to provide experiential education and encounters with Pacific wild salmon to connect students and adults with nature and empower community engagement.  The distance-based learning links below, will assist your members in implementing meaningful, place-based science while online.



    If you have any question or concerns about this amazing outreach, do not hesitate to email or call Jenny Ammon - Jenny.Ammon@marionswcd.net Natural Resource Educator for Marion Soil & Water Conservation Board in Salem, Oregon, or Nicholas Wagner - nicholas@worldsalmoncouncil.org World Salmon Council Program Manager

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