Building a Storyline: Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
Explore the relationship between humans and the natural environment all while refreshing your curriculum with storyline teaching and phenomena! Follow a storyline unit focused on sustainability, management of natural resources, ecosystems health, design solutions, and more. Engage in lessons from the unit as a learner, including the anchoring phenomenon routine and student-driven inquiry investigations, then reflect on those experiences as a teacher. Construct a storyline unit, incorporate relevant phenomena, and utilize best practices for DEI in the STEM classroom. Bring back to your classroom an outline of a storyline unit, inquiry investigations, and resources for developing your own storyline unit using culturally relevant phenomena. Register online today!
This professional learning opportunity is an Approved Course for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's Accelerating Science: Open Access Professional Learning and is free for eligible Massachusetts educators.
Dates and Times: Monday, April 3rd and Tuesday, April 4th, 2023 (8:30 AM–3:30 PM ET)
Collaborating partner & Location: Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
Cost: $200 per educator or free for eligible MA educators
Credit: 14 PDPs or 1 graduate credit and 22.5 PDPs for an additional fee
Find out if you qualify to attend for free and register online
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