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Our online workshops take place on Zoom and are highly interactive. Registration closes July 9, or when full.

Talking, writing, and drawing are powerful tools that help students make sense of science and take ownership of their learning. Join us to explore strategies that work in online or in-person settings.

In this online workshop, you will build your repertoire of strategies to support students in constructing explanations, communicating ideas, and tracking their own learning. Session participants will act as learners and explore what it’s like to use these strategies in their own meaning-making. We will then debrief the experience, highlight the strategies we used, and provide resources that empower participants to implement them in their classrooms.

This workshop is designed for teachers of grades 4 - 12. All educators are welcome.

Thursday July 11, 2024
10:00 am - 12:00 pm (Pacific time)


What can I expect in an online workshop?

  • Our online workshops take place on Zoom and are highly interactive. All workshops include both whole group and small group activities.
  • We hope that participants will engage as fully as possible, while also realizing that we are all in different places and situations.
  • We don’t record our online workshops.
  • All times posted are in the Pacific Time Zone.

How do I join?

Pre-registration for this online workshop is required. The Academy's professional development team will send the Zoom Meeting ID to registered educators a few days before the event.

Tickets are $35 for this 2 hour workshop. A limited number of tickets are available, and registration will close on July 9, or when full.


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