Summer Academy 2022

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Elementary Science

Total Engagement with Kagan Structures!

June 6–7, 2022
Grades K–5

Make your curriculum come alive as your students acquire science knowledge and skills by manipulating, exploring, and experimenting with real objects. This hands-on workshop teaches process-oriented teamwork aligned with the science standards. We discover ways to teach the key process skills. We develop the exploration of questions and critical thought by using a range of Kagan Structures. Science is a verb, not a noun. Students must do science in order to learn the skills needed in today’s technologically advanced world. More importantly, students must do science together! Scientists do not work in isolation. Students learn science content in meaningful ways together. As our students do science, we teach the attitudes, skills, and ways of thinking core to the standards. Through Kagan Structures we release and channel student curiosity, creating life-long learners with a love for science. WS# 33469

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  • $399

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Highlights

  • Encourage science verbalization through highly interactive structures
  • Make science a hands-on experience
  • Use successful teamwork for experiments, investigations, and projects
  • Incorporate red-hot reviews to make science learning stick
  • Delve deeper by pushing students to explain and defend their thinking and conclusions
  • Achieve gains for all with strategies that ensure full participation by all
  • Have teams ask and answer meaningful questions to boost understanding
  • Increase active participation with a high level of engagement in each team

Workshop Info

Location
Madison Simis Elementary
7302 N 10th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85020
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Time
Check-in: 8:00 am
Course: 8:30 am–3:45 pm

Workshop #
33469

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Rave Reviews

“Great content based on how to encourage and develop collaborative learning in science.”

—Michael Bibby, 3rd Grade Teacher

“Cooperative Learning in Science is so much different than group science!! An eye opener on new ways to deliver science instruction more efficiently.”

—Mariella Dorr, 5th Grade Teacher

“Excellent – hands on activities were well developed for this two day workshop.”

—Leonard Lopez, 5th Grade Teacher

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