Professional Development

Modeling Leadership

The Modeling InstructionTM Leadership Workshop trains experienced Modeling InstructionTM teachers to lead workshops for other teachers.

KID TALK AND TEACHER TALK IN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE

Workshop Led by: Jason Sullivan, Lindsay Fox, Diana Loiacono, and Amy Wish Interested in learning how to raise the level of student discourse in your science class? Want to learn some key strategies for getting students of all ability levels interested and engaged in your lesson?  Join us to gain some valuable NGSS-aligned teaching strategies that

The Modeling InstructionTM Leadership Workshop

Led by Mark Schober and Craig Buszka The Modeling InstructionTM Leadership Workshop trains experienced Modeling Instruction teachers to lead workshops for other teachers. The Leadership workshop sharpens participants’ understanding of the Modeling philosophy and pedagogy as well as the features of curricula that support the Modeling philosophy. The workshop also develops participants’ skills with tools

Evolution + Student Discourse = Student Engagement

Led by: Chris Resch and Glen Stuart Interested in learning how to raise the level of student discourse and reflection in your class? Are you tired of using grades as a motivating factor for promoting engagement? Want to learn some key strategies for getting students of all ability levels interested and engaged in your lesson?

Curriculum Development Camp

Led by Mark Schober Come build your Modeling or other Active Engagement teaching skills in a workshop designed to utilize your knowledge and experience. The principal goal of the workshop is to support you in editing or developing Modeling/active engagement-based curricula tailored to your teaching environment and needs. With the support of peers and Modeling experts,

Strategies for Teaching Science to ELL Students

Led by: Grisel Cordero and Meg Cassedy-Blum Come learn some excellent strategies to incorporate in your middle school science course that will be sure to help reach and meet your ELL students’ needs.