Event: Developing Science Lessons for Adult Learners
Submitted by BrookeIstas on September 2, 2019 - 7:50pm
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Tomorrow we will be joined by Heidi Schuler-Jones, our guest expert and presenter, to discuss how adult education instructors can increase the ability to present and design science instruction for adult learners.
The discussion over the next two-days will explore high-levered teaching practices and strategies that can be used during a science lesson.
To get the most out of our upcoming discussion, “Developing Science Instruction for Adult Learners,” you are invited to and encouraged to explore the following resources:
- National Institutes of Health (NIH) Curriculum Supplements (https://science.education.nih.gov/index)
- Supplement Title: Rare Diseases and Scientific Inquiry (https://science.education.nih.gov/MiddleSchool/RareDiseasesAndScientificInquiry)
- COABE 2019 Science website (resource for additional science workshop material): https://coabescience.weebly.com/
- LINCS Science Courses https://courses.lincs.ed.gov/static/about.html#science
At the end of this special discussion, CoP Science Members will be tasked with using the strategies from the discussion, share resources and ideas on how to implement in your classrooms, and report back your experiences.
I cordially invite you to begin exploring the resources and invite you to join in our discussion with Heidi, a long-time teacher, and trainer, for an engaging and informational discussion.