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          Summer
          Teacher Workshops

          Advanced Modeling/Curriculum Development Workshop

          Course Description

          Modeling Instruction workshops are award-winning professional development experiences for preservice or in-service high school science teachers who want to create student-centered, active-inquiry classrooms
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          Modeling Instruction is a complex, transformative pedagogy developed at Arizona State University and championed by the American Modeling Teachers Association (AG博彩平台登入复制打开hb188.com). It expresses an emphasis on making and using conceptual models of physical and chemical phenomena as central to learning and doing science. Modeling Instruction was designated in 2000 by the U.S. Department of Education as one of the seven best K-12 educational technology programs out of 134 programs evaluated. 

          This advanced workshop is for individuals who have had previous training in Modeling Instruction and it is focused on curriculum development

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          (804) 323-1144

          La Quinta by Wyndham Richmond-Midlothian
          1301 Huguenot Rd, Midlothian, VA 23113
          (804) 794-4999

          Hampton Inn Richmond-Midlothian Turnpike
          800 Research Rd, Richmond, VA 23236
          (804) 897-2800
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          Participants can:
          • register for up to 3 hours of graduate credit through University of the Pacific for less than $100 per credit.
          • earn 80 professional development points toward license renewal.
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          TWO WEEKS: Monday–Friday, July 6–17, 2020 (8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

          ***No Class Saturday, July 11 or Sunday, July 12
           
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          Applications are due April 15, 2020. 
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          Mary Battershell Whalen
          Sarah Palmer

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          No other professional development activity has enriched my practice as much as the Modeling Instruction workshops have.

          Course Features

          • Participants will be guided through a collaborative development of a novel unit of instruction that utilizes the Modeling Instruction pedagogy.
          • Participants will further develop techniques of guided inquirySocratic questioning, and cooperative learning that will enable them to foster scientific discourse among students and use that discourse for assessment.
          • Workshop leaders are prepared to integrate technology (such as electronic probes) and give participants new ideas about how to implement it.
          • Participants work through activities alternating in the roles of student and teacher.
          • Participants will also build a 

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          • Workshop leaders have attended multiple Modeling Instruction workshops and have considerable experience teaching using this method.

              About the Instructor

              Sarah Palmer

              About the Instructor

              Laura Swiatek
              IB Chemistry Higher Level and Standard Level, Honors Chemistry, and General Chemistry bt365体育在线投注

              About the Instructor

              Mary Battershell Whalen has been teaching physics for over 25 years. After earning her B.S. in Physics & Acoustics at Penn State, Mary started her teaching career with Teach For America in Arkansas. She later earned her M.Ed. in Math, Science, and Technology Education from the Ohio State University and is currently teaching Physics and AP Physics at Olentangy High School near Columbus, Ohio. Outside of the classroom, Mary has led Modeling Instruction workshops for other educators, is an AP Physics reader, and is active in the American Association of Physics Teachers.