Visible Learning in the Science Classroom
How do we know when learning occurs? Every teacher strives to identify and implement what works best in the classroom. Come explore how to translate effective, research-based aspects of teaching into the science classroom. We will look at specific ways of making learning visible to help both you and your students navigate your 180 days together. Strategies are applicable to all grades and will be explored using a variety of science content.
Grade band: K – 12
Date: February 7, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, one-hour lunch break
Location: Jackson Avenue Center, Room Q24, Oxford, MS
Registration fee: $125 per participant; includes materials and CEUs
Registration deadline: January 30, 2020
This session will include a short online assignment which will be sent to registered participants one week prior to the session. Participants who complete this online portion will be eligible for additional CEU credits as outlined below.
Attendance & Completion of Online Portion: 0.6 CEUs
Attendance Only: 0.5 CEUs
Dr. Whitney Jackson joined the Center for Mathematics and Science Education in 2018 as the Science Professional Development Coordinator. After graduating from Mississippi College, Dr. Jackson taught at Raymond Elementary School in Hinds County. More recently, she taught a mix of science and language arts to middle schoolers at North Pontotoc. As a CMSE graduate research fellow, Dr. Jackson also led professional development sessions both locally and nationally.