Are you teaching a new Smithsonian Science for the Classroom unit this year?

Or would you like a chance to learn more about them? We have two professional learning opportunities this summer to help you learn more.

Curriculum Open House

Teaching a new unit? Sign up today to have a chance to dig in before the school year starts!

Dates: Aug. 12-16      

Introduction to Smithsonian Science for the Classroom

Join us for a one day workshop, Aug. 14th with Dr. Amy D'Amico from the Smithsonian Science Education Center.

Introduction to Smithsonian Science for the Classroom

Teaching new science units can be a bit challenging. Especially if you are not completely comfortable with the new science standards.

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from Dr. Amy D'Amico from the Smithsonian Science Education Center. Amy will lead us through the main features of the curriculum to discover how it was designed with NGSS in mind. We will then get our hands dirty completing several lessons from across the grade levels to understand how assessment, literacy, and inquiry were woven into the lessons to support student sense-making as they investigate phenomena or design solutions to engineering problems.

Learn more about the Smithsonian Science for the Classroom Curriculum!

Discuss your questions with our curriculum team!

 

Workshop Details:

Date: Aug. 14, 2019

Time: 9 AM - 3 PM

Location: Einstein Project, Green Bay, WI

Cost: $25

(You must be logged into your Einstein account)

 

Presenter: 

Dr. Amy D'Amico, joined the SSEC in 2013 as the Division Director of Professional Services. She oversees professional development and leadership development initiatives at SSEC. Prior to joining the SSEC, Amy was a member of the faculty in the biology department at Georgetown University and has 18 years of experience as an educator that began by teaching middle school for the Cambridge Public Schools in Massachusetts.