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Friday, October 6 • 11:00am - 11:50am
You want me to teach what!? Ways to incorporate the NGSS standards in the Elementary Classroom LIMITED

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Science, at any level, should bring out the excitement for your students, but what do the Next Generation Science Standards really mean in the elementary classroom? What do NGSS, DCI, SEP, CCC, and CER all mean for your students? With some fun activities we will help you dive into these concepts, as well as show you how to help your students succeed on the Illinois Science Assessment. Your students will learn to think like a scientist, and you may just have a little fun with science too!

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Chelsea Kaericher

Science Teacher, Richland County High School
I currently teach Chemistry at RCHS in Olney, IL. I have previously taught Biology and Integrated Science at the high school level, as well as college-level Chemistry and Anatomy/Physiology.

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Courtney Garner

Science Teacher, Anna Jonesboro Community High School
Over the years I have taught multiple science classes at Anna Jonesboro Community High School. Currently I teach Advanced Biology I, Advanced Chemistry, Biology II, and Physics.



Friday October 6, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
D201

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