Teacher Resource Page!
IAPS Links for 2.25.17 Training:
- 90 – Sound Generator - https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/sound
- 90 – Transnasal Stroboscopy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfOZxJnY4c8
- 91 – Wave on a String - https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/wave-on-a-string
- 94 – Color Vision - https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/color-vision/latest/color-vision_en.html
Upcoming Events & Announcements
1. The next SEPUP Level I PD will be Saturday, February 25. Details below in green. Registration is now closed. If you would like to attend or have any questions, please email email@example.com.
2. Please see below for updated March and April SEPUP PD dates!
Level I SEPUP PD
Level I PD is for teachers new to the materials at their grade level. We will go through each activity in each unit. Some we will do in quite a bit of depth, some we may only spend a few minutes touching on. The PD Leaders will also go through with you the various Science and Engineering Practices of the NGSS students will engage in in each activity. This PD is progressive, each one builds off the previous. There will be a 3 day session in the summer or make-up session in September. There are then 6 follow-up sessions through the year listed below. Please make sure to bring your student book, journal, and teacher's guide with you each time - if you have them. If you are unsure if this PD is for you please email Jessica Line, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
2016-2017 Level I PD dates:
Saturday, September 10, 2016 (Summer Make-up)
IAES: Erosion and Deposition
IAPS: Chemistry of Materials
Thursday, October 6, 2016
IAES: Plate Tectonics
IAPS: Energy Pt 1
Thursday, November 17, 2016
IAES: Weather and Atmosphere Pt 1
IALS: Body Works
IAPS: Energy Pt 2
Saturday, January 21, 2017
IAES: Weather and Atmosphere Pt 2
IALS: Bioengineering and Cell Bio Pt 1
IAPS: Force and Motion
Saturday, February 25, 2017
IAES: Earth in Space
IALS: Cell Bio Pt 2
Thursday, March 30, 2017 (New date!)
IAES: Exploring the Solar System
Saturday, April 29, 2017 (New date!)
Note: This last SEPUP PD of 2016-17 will cover Level II Topics
All PDs 8:30-3:30 at Loyola University Lake Shore campus.
February 25 PD details:
6th grade Earth Science (IAES):
Earth in Space
Room: Institute of Environmental Sustainability, 6349 N Kenmore Ave, Room 123/124
CPS Learning Hub course code: 36212
7th grade Life Science (IALS):
Cell Bio Pt 2
Room: Cudahy Science Hall, 6460 N Kenmore Ave, Room 314
CPS Learning Hub course code: 36213
8th grade Physical Science (IAPS):
Room: Cuneo Hall, 6430 N Kenmore Ave, Room 116
CPS Learning Hub course code: 36214
Notes: Confirmation/Reminder emails will be sent a couple days before. Check this site for updates and details.
(Directions & Parking: If driving, turn north onto Kenmore Ave. from Sheridan Rd. Parking is available for $7 in the parking structure [parking is P1 on this map] or you may search for street parking for free.)
Level II SEPUP PD
It's back! This is for teachers experienced with the materials at the grade level you are currently teaching - you've taught them for at least 1 full year (or have been attending Level I PDs this year). We do not go through each activity individually but instead focus on going deeper in various areas such as assessment, analysis questions, the teacher resource section, literacy strategies, diverse learners, Science and Engineering Practices of the NGSS, etc. There will also be ample time for teacher-to-teacher discourse as we know this is very valuable and can be a challenge when you are usually the only science teacher in your building! If you are unsure if this PD is for you please email Jessica Line, email@example.com with questions.
Saturday, April 29, 2017 (New date!)
TBD: Level II Topics
Directions & Parking:
Directions & Parking: If driving, turn north onto Kenmore Ave. from Sheridan Rd. Parking is available for $7 in the parking structure [parking is P1 on this map] or you may search for street parking for free.
If taking the CTA: The Loyola Red Line stop (identified as a blue circle on the map above) is across the street from the Damen Student Center. For further details click here.