What? How does that work? Using the 3 Dimensions of NGSS to Make Sense of Phenomenon

High School teachers test PVs and voltmeter

Virtual energy and climate professional learning for High School Teachers in the Northeast Kingdom and Northern New Hampshire with VEEP and NHEEP

Experience how high-leverage instructional practices benefit learners as you engage with anchoring phenomena and teaching routines that support student sense-making using distance learning applications. Collaboratively construct an anchoring phenomena that is tailored to your students and incorporates VEEP curricula and/or equipment.The NGSS Instructional Toolkit Workshop is a professional development program for high school teachers that integrates energy literacy, and the three-dimensional learning of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The goal is to provide each participant with experiences as a learner/teacher using guided discovery, hands-on inquiry explorations, co-teaching, and deep dives into energy core ideas that enable them to build concepts about energy content and best teaching practices and engage students in action projects

Teachers will be supported by VEEP staff through:

  • Three 2.5 hour meetings on Wednesdays mornings in October. 
  • Additional support outside the online sessions.

Graduate credit & PD hours:

  • Teachers can choose whether to take this course for one graduate credit ($130) with additional requirements, or for 7.5 PD hours ($0).
  • Contact info@veep.org for scholarship information.

Schedule:

  • 8:00-10:30am
  • Wednesdays, October 7, 14, 21, 2020
  • Register for What? How does that work? Using the 3 Dimensions of NGSS to Make Sense of Phenomenon