Designed for 7th-12th grade chemistry teachers.
Teachers will work with a set of chemistry experiences and experiments that can foster student learning and expand high-leverage, core teaching practices in chemistry. These chemistry experiences have been designed and vetted by the Stanford University Department of Chemistry in conjunction with high school chemistry teachers and science educators. The experiences will provide opportunities for participants to make strong connections with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core State Standards. Chemistry content and teaching practices will be tightly integrated around key chemical phenomena and concepts.
Participants will develop a plan for their own classrooms that uses these experiences, experiments, and core teaching practices to address the science learning goals in the NGSS and Common Core State Standards. Follow-up days during the academic year will enhance learning through additional instruction, collaborative feedback, and personal continued reflection on effective teaching practice in chemistry.
Please note that this is an application-based professional learning experience where participants form a cohort and become part of a larger ChemEx2 alumni network. Click "Apply" to learn more about the application process.
Partial scholarships are available. Please contact Tammy Wu Moriarty at email@example.com for more information.
Keywords: chemistry, NGSS, phenomena, core teaching practices, labs, experiments, Common Core, collaborative, high school, professional development
|Audience: Designed for 7th-12th grade chemistry teachers.||
Dates: June 25-29, 2018
|Format of Course: In person at Stanford University with two (fall and spring) instructor facilitated virtual learning community sessions throughout the 2018/19 school year.*||
Cost: $1000 course fee + $250 materials fee
Your spot is not confirmed until payment is received.
The cost includes morning coffee/tea service and lunch.
Continuing Studies Credit*
Continuing Education Units: 4
*CEU credits will be awarded after the final virtual learning session upon verification of program completion.
|Status: Registration is open.|