Monthly Archives: May 2013

NGSS Infographic Published by TCI

I stumbled across this infographic on my twitter feed and thought it simple and straightforward enough to save and share. It highlights the most fundamental components of the Next Generation Science Standards and what K-12 classrooms that embrace these standards … Continue reading

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How Much Does the Gray in an Elephant Weigh? Supporting Science Practice through Children’s Literature

¬†One of my favorite storybooks as a child was, “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.” As a youngster, its imaginative storyline and humorous illustrative details kept me pouring over the pages and reaching for it again and again. Over the … Continue reading

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#NGSS at #EdcampBOS – Use the Fourth!

Over the past several months I’ve been paying attention the discourse between educators around the Next Generation Science Standards or NGSS. The #NGSS hashtag has been of particular value in gaining perspectives from voices around the country. With #EdcampBOS fast … Continue reading

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