We can all agree this emergency remote learning situation isn’t ideal. It’s not ideal in a typical science classroom, and it certainly is making three dimensional, NGSS-aligned instruction particularly challenging. Phenomena, Science and Engineering Practices, discovery and meaning-making, all of these things can be particularly difficult to implement in online settings. But it IS NOT impossible.
You CAN do it.
In the video training below – which was originally hosted inside our NGSS For Middle and High School Science Teachers Facebook Group – I’m going to share how you can continue creating simple storylines built on phenomena to engage your students in NGSS-style learning even in these unexpected circumstances.
Sample Storyline: Investigating Tornado Formation
You can check out my full Padlet here to take a closer look at how I am structuring these short-but-extended learning sequences to build student knowledge and understanding just as I would in a typical classroom.
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And finally, if you are ready to take a closer look at your curriculum and instruction and remake it 3D STYLE, you’re invited to check out iExplore Academy. We are enrolling new teachers now.