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Friday, March 3 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
NGSS experiments using technology

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The Next Generation Science Standards require students to demonstrate and understanding in matter and it's interactions, motion and stability, energy, waves, molecules, ecosystems, and the solar system just to name a few. However, not all classrooms have the tools and equipment to measure, view or experiment "hands on". This session will explore virtual experiments, scientific tools available on mobile apps, lesson resources and many more NGSS aligned technology resources.

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Jeanine Sheppard

Content Specialist for ISBE in the areas of Math and Science. She spent 9 years in the classroom in Southern Illinois teaching middle school math, middle school science, and high school science. Her goal in professional development is to help educators implement the Illinois Learning Standards and create engaging lessons that will lead to a deep understanding of Math and Science.
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Lisa Ward

Content Specialist, ISBE


Friday March 3, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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