Science Education

Frameworks, strategies, resources, and ideas for teaching science. I teach middle school science at The American School of Dubai.

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Science Education 저자: Mind Map: Science Education

1. Best Resources

1.1. General

1.1.1. Edutopia: PBL

1.1.2. CIESE

1.1.3. NGSS [email protected] Cross Cutting Concepts Science and Engineering Practices

1.2. UBD

1.2.1. Jay McTighe

1.2.2. Mass. Model Curriculum

1.3. Assessment

1.3.1. Mini-Posters

1.3.2. Performance Assessments

1.3.3. Tom Guskey Mastery Learning Exemplary Whether a lesson works depends on whether students are able to do what you are teaching Every kid should have one successful learning experience in 6 hours Implications 1: Assessments must be sources of information for students and teachers 2: Assessments must be followed by high quality corrective instruction 3: Students must be given a second chance to show improvement 4: Re-Take Re-Take 3-4 sentence summary of concept Correctives done in class to start - transition to at home lesson - lesson - lesson - formative - corrective (no review) - small group enrichments (outside of curriculum, rewarding) Spiralling assessment questions Practices CCC Learning Sequence Unit 1 Grading Variance

1.4. Project Based Learning

1.4.1. Elements of PBL

1.4.2. PBL Design Rubric

1.5. Inquiry

1.5.1. Inquiry Lab Form

1.6. 5 E Cycle

1.6.1. Engage Elicit Hook Question

1.6.2. Explore Asking Questions Conduct Investigations, Test Predictions Data Analysis Model

1.6.3. Explain Videos, Presentations, Readings, Problems Constructing Explanations/Designing Solutions Arguing From Evidence Communicating Information Model Peers, Teacher, Reflection

1.6.4. Extend Elaborate Reflection Connections, Apply, Transfer

1.6.5. Evaluate student questioning summary quiz rubrics observations, interviews portfolio reflections products

1.7. Modeling

1.7.1. AMTA

1.8. Manipulatives / Materials

1.8.1. IV, DV Dice

1.9. Current Events

1.9.1. Newsela

1.10. Simulations

1.10.1. Concord Consortium

1.10.2. PhET

1.11. MYP Structure

1.12. People

1.12.1. Paul Anderson

1.13. Model Schools

1.13.1. Big Picture

1.13.2. High Tech High

1.14. Classroom of the Future

1.14.1. Global Digital Citizens

2. More Resources Map


3.1. MS DCI's / Content

3.1.1. Progression

3.1.2. Life

3.1.3. Physical Sciences

3.1.4. Earth Space Sciences

3.1.5. Engineering Technology

3.1.6. Evidence Statements

3.2. Cross Cutting Concepts

3.2.1. Patterns

3.2.2. Cause Effect

3.2.3. Scale Proportion Quantity

3.2.4. Systems / System Models

3.2.5. Energy Matter

3.2.6. Structure Function

3.2.7. Stability Change

3.3. NGSS Practices

3.3.1. Asking Questions / Defining Problems Paul Anderson Video Explanation

3.3.2. Using Models Paul Anderson Video Explanation 1-2 per unit Sequence Discrepant Events, Misconceptions Individual Model Group of 3 Share Each group presents Resources American Modeling Teachers Association Nature of Scientific Thinking-Harvard

3.3.3. Conducting Investigations Inquiry Lab Form IV, DV Dice

3.3.4. Analyzing Data

3.3.5. Using Mathematics

3.3.6. Constructing Explanations / Designing Solutions What a scientific explanation looks like

3.3.7. Arguing From Evidence Claim-Evidence-Reasoning Explanation Tool Resources Mini-Posters Language of Argument : Lawrence Hall of Science

3.3.8. Communicating Information Resources Mini-Posters Literacy Design Collaborative