Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Tag: Next Generation Science Standards

Using global competencies to drive three-dimensional science instruction

KDE's Carly Baldwin explains how she used the annual migration of monarch butterflies to bring global competency into her science classroom. to make for a richer experience.

Creating, implementing and analyzing formative science assessments in K-8

Teachers from several western Kentucky school districts recently completed the first year of a partnership designed to develop a bank of high-quality, elementary/middle science formative assessments.

Free Teacher Tuesdays coming to Louisville Zoo

Teachers are invited to attend Free Teacher Tuesdays at the Louisville Zoo during July to explore the zoo and discover opportunities for the coming...

Louisville Zoo hosting NGSS-based professional learning program

The Louisville Zoo will host a professional learning program for teachers June 13 at the zoo. “The Zoo in 3D” will feature three-dimensional resources for...

NGSS-focused workshop for science teachers set in Lexington

The Kentucky Science Teachers Association and Pearson will offer a free workshop for science teachers in all grades June 22 at Malone’s at Lansdowne...

Collaborating outside her comfort zone

A Hart County library media specialist was attracted to the idea of collaborating outside her school, but she wasn’t interested in taking the easy way out.

Webinar supports earth and space sciences standards

The National Association of Geoscience Teachers will offer a webinar to support elementary teachers in implementing the Next Generation Science Standards in earth and...

New science standards challenge both teachers and students

Oldham County's Carla Wilson shares the process her district went through implementing the new science standards.

Science teachers help colleagues get a better handle on standards

The Next Generation Science Standards were a focal point at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference.

Getting their hands on science

Teachers attending the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference in Lexington used everything from foam balls and a giant Slinky to a syringe and bag of marshmallows to discover new ways to engage their students.