Engaging Students in the Practices of Science to Develop Conceptual Understanding
With the multiple snow days this school year, many of our schedules have been altered quite a bit - THUS
the March 22nd workshop is currently on hold, we may need to reschedule the date!
We will send out an email when plans are finalized!
We apologize for any inconvenience
Join MABT for this affordable, full-day, hands-on workshop for life science educators. Learn several research-based strategies and techniques for building inquiry instruction into your science classroom. The topics we will cover include the following:
- Using the claim, evidence, and reasoning (CER) model for constructing a scientific explanation
- Building student inquiry into scientific investigations
- Introducing peer-review through the use of gallery walks
- Employing formative assessment strategies to enhance experimental design
Learn all of these strategies and techniques with fellow biology teachers in a lab setting. Meet other biology teachers in your region and build your professional learning network. Stay on the leading edge of your profession with strategies based on the most current research in science education!
Join us Saturday, March 22, 2014 at Michigan State University. Registration is required as space is limited.
Mark Eberhard - St. Clair High School, St. Clair, MI
Wendy Johnson - Michigan State University School of Education
David Kenyon - Paw Paw High School, Paw Paw, MI