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Ideas and Best Practices to Teach Science Through Distance Learning: National Geographic Learning's Virtual Learning Series
Engaging K-8 students in the current environment is especially challenging. With the demands on teachers to keep students on-task through distance learning or with social distancing in classrooms, science instruction time is being sacrificed for higher priorities. This session will provide teachers with practical guidance on using available tools and resources to teach K-8 science effectively regardless of how you are teaching. Hear advice from teacher colleagues for keeping science at the forefront in lesson planning and the benefits science instruction has in keeping students engaged and motivated to learn. We will use examples from our Exploring Science K-5 program to show how students can learn science content and practices and including hands-on activities in any teaching scenario.

In this webinar, you will:
• Hear from experts on techniques to effectively incorporate science instruction in distance learning scenarios
• Get practical recommendations for engaging students in 3-Dimensional learning and phenomena-based lessons
• See examples from teachers who are effectively teaching science in a variety of in-class and at-home scenarios

Dec 3, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark Hoffman
Senior Product Marketing Manager, K-12 Science @National Geographic Learning
Kelly Seidl
2nd Grade Teacher @Blissfield Community Schools