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Book Beat Live! Exploring the Science and Engineering Practices with the NSTA Quick-Reference Guide to the Three Dimensions, 6/22/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Pam Flanagan
01:12:14
Yes, you did! We were there
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:12:36
Pflugerville Texas is home to the Pfamily Pfun Pfest in Pfebruary - it's pfantastic
Michelle Phillips
01:13:45
@Jennifer 🀣 - I would love this!
Samantha
01:14:04
I am visiting Middleton, TN doing a Project Learning Tree 3 Days workshop and today was my first time kayaking πŸ˜…
musumecil
01:14:17
Linda from San Jose. Ca educator. 95 degree sin SJ today
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:16:04
We will be using several resources tonight from our collection. https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Carmen
01:17:25
Linda, I lived in San Jose for 4 months.
Kate Soriano
01:17:54
πŸ•―οΈ
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:18:07
nice kate
Michelle Phillips
01:18:09
🀩
Laura Markham (She/Her)
01:18:38
everybody
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:19:05
😍
Michelle Phillips
01:19:13
When you teach 3D....🎡
Pam Flanagan
01:19:47
πŸ‘
Carmen
01:19:48
πŸŽΌπŸ‘
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:19:51
and he juggles too!
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:19:55
WOOHOO!!!
Carmen
01:20:02
πŸ˜†
Dr. Samia
01:20:23
πŸ‘‹
Dodie Resendez
01:22:49
I downloaded the sample pages today. Looking forward to adding this to my library!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:23:08
great Dodie!
Terry Contant
01:32:29
Coding for the elements will be useful!
Terry Contant
01:34:10
I hope there is a note stating the Element numbers don’t need to be addressed in numerical order.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:35:41
please put questions in the chat!
Carmen
01:35:47
I'm new to ngss. What's 'dci'?
Carmen
01:36:05
Thank you.
Kate Soriano
01:36:27
DCI = disciplinary core idea; SEP = science and engineering practices; CCC = crosscutting concepts
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:36:34
thanks Kate
Denise Aikens
01:36:40
Are we able to get the same copy you just presented?
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:36:42
Are there resources that would help a PLC use this guide during curriculum and instruction planning?
Denise Aikens
01:36:53
Thank you!!!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:37:46
Her books are available in our online store
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:38:28
Awesome, thanks, we use CTS in our planning
L Williams
01:38:30
I just went to a workshop with her last week and received a copy of the old quick reference guide - very helpful for curriculum writers!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:38:53
nice Ted!
Carmen
01:39:06
Congratulations!
Denise Aikens
01:40:40
very helpful
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:40:55
this page is so helpful
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:44:11
great additions
Denise Aikens
01:46:49
super helpful
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:47:02
again put your questions in the chat please
Alan Baczkiewicz
01:47:27
Will book be available at Chicago conference?
Susan
01:47:53
Could you provide the reference of where I can find this on the NSTA website? If possible.
Alan Baczkiewicz
01:48:04
Ok, thank you, will look for you.
Dr. Samia
01:48:33
Thank you for the informative talk
Denise Aikens
01:48:39
a map usa
Michelle Franko
01:48:44
map quest
L Williams
01:48:45
google maps?
Denise Aikens
01:48:46
google map
Denise Aikens
01:48:59
always
L Williams
01:49:00
YES
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:49:10
where you are and where you are going
Denise Aikens
01:49:11
destination
Carmen
01:49:11
to and from
L Williams
01:49:12
starting point and destination
Denise Aikens
01:49:28
mode of transportatiion
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:49:29
well, and how you are traveling (walking, car, public transit etc)
Carmen
01:49:32
to
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:49:35
https://my.nsta.org/resource/126058
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:49:55
link to the new guide https://my.nsta.org/resource/126058
Carmen
01:50:06
lol
Terry Contant
01:50:19
Very good analogy, Ted.
Dr. Samia
01:50:31
πŸ‘πŸ»
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:54:26
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:54:46
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Anne
01:54:54
Thank you- double booked tonight- will watch the remaining sections from the recording.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:55:03
ok anne!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:55:08
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
L Williams
01:55:15
can you go back to the list of which documents we're reading really quick?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:55:32
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Jennifer Kaszuba
01:56:03
so the first and third resources in the collection?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:56:04
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:56:31
Collection to open for resources: https://my.nsta.org/collection/X_smsir3xHcA_E
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:01:12
https://www.nextgenscience.org/sites/default/files/Appendix%20F%20%20Science%20and%20Engineering%20Practices%20in%20the%20NGSS%20-%20FINAL%20060513.pdf
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:01:42
Ok, it looked very similar but I love the color coding
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:02:58
I agree with you, being TX we haven't used the DCIs as much as we have looked at the SEPs
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:03:21
with the new TEKS that will change!
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:03:48
@wendy - yes, we used the Framework when we revised the TEKS
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:04:00
I was on the IPC committee (Integrated Physics and Chemistry)
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:04:22
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Denise Aikens
02:06:17
Able for a student to know how to ask scientific questions ( how, why)
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:06:24
Be curious and ask questions about why things happen in the world
Carmen
02:06:25
There's some ownership here. They can't just sit back and be lectured.
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:06:31
They should be making observations and then asking investigable questions about the phenomena observed.
Denise Aikens
02:06:58
Able to use scientific words in their questioning
L Williams
02:07:03
Making observations about the natural world and then ask specific, focused questions that will lead them to better understand it
Denise Aikens
02:08:08
I start using scientific vocabulary in 1st grade to get them used to
Pam Flanagan
02:08:22
Asking probing questions about natural world and human built world
Terry Contant
02:08:53
When Suzy is modeling in science class she is making her thinking about the phenomenon we are investigating visible to herself, me (the teacher), and her classmates.
Denise Aikens
02:09:07
Using the evidence that is given or gathered
L Williams
02:09:18
As a high school teacher, I also noticed that they need to continue developing questions throughout an investigation, including clarifying questions that allow for evaluation or comparison of different models or explanations
Raylene Olinger
02:09:29
Students need to ask questions to move to designing investigations.
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:09:42
Questions posed in the β€œcorrect” way will determine how to conduct investigations
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:09:58
love that Alan
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:10:17
questions may need to be revised as you start planning your investigation as you identify limitations on what you can do given your time, space, and equipment
Pam Flanagan
02:10:30
Asking questions helps students learn concepts at a deeper level
Carmen
02:10:44
Students need to know the different types of questions exist. They need to know the difference between questions that require a yes/no or ones that are leading, that take more thought to answer. We need to help them with that before they can become successful here.
Terry Contant
02:11:11
Analyzing data by using graphs may luestions.ead to new q
Denise Aikens
02:11:47
They should be able to understand the question in order to search for evidence and information
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:12:04
Questioning is a great level playing field, anyone can do this no matter their background or experience
Denise Aikens
02:12:47
Children are always curious and wonder
Denise Aikens
02:13:30
Narrow it down to the point
L Williams
02:13:40
How targeted it is
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:13:51
Based on grade band expectations
Carmen
02:14:04
I agree Alan, but most questions from teachers and students are not always leading. Most questions ask about knowledge and comprehension. We need to help them in higher level questioning techniques. Those that analyze and where they can apply their knowledge.
Pam Flanagan
02:14:07
At the elementary level we teach students how to ask questions by providing question stems to scaffold their conversation\
Terry Contant
02:14:33
Questions based on ideas of other classmates.
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:16:01
I think the rationale from framework description is great to show to colleagues to explain the what and why
L Williams
02:16:20
In our PLC we've looked at the first question set - what the practice looks like at different grade bands. But I appreciated the focus on what mastery of the practice would actually look like at a given grade band.
Pam Flanagan
02:16:29
The progression helps us know where students should be and where they need to go
Carmen
02:16:33
I like the 'goals' for grades 12 - what they should be able to do.
Terry Contant
02:16:50
The progressions are extremely useful when developing curricula.
Carmen
02:16:53
yes
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:17:14
I teach HS and my students struggle but they have not experienced these SEPs. As we integrate them K-8 my HS students should become better prepared to really meet the HS expectations.
Denise Aikens
02:17:44
I really enjoyed the unpacking of guiding questions and how to focus on each grade band and how to approach it better
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:17:46
Yes, we have done investigations K-12 for years but most were teacher directed
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:18:07
Bands very helpful so that we don’t try to push to far ahead. Example HS evaluates if question testable but 6-8 is just asking questions that need empirical evidence.
Denise Aikens
02:19:13
I just purchased the book, thank you so much.
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:19:16
Is there a resource that shows teachers what questions at each level should look like? to show them more explicitly what is appropriate?
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:19:32
but I want that resource for all the SEPs please πŸ™‚
Carmen
02:19:34
Since the chem regents isn't changing until 2026, how can this be used and still expect them to meet the current standards?
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:19:47
yeah, I was hoping for a one-stop shop to show the progression
Denise Aikens
02:20:03
Amplify curriculum asks wonderful questions and teaches kids how to ask and why
L Williams
02:20:06
I'm in PA and we're just now really transitioning to the SEP’s. So would you say that mastery of these practices will look different next year as opposed to a few years down the road? or rather not that mastery itself will look different but what should be considered an acceptable level of mastery?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:20:07
Since the chem regents isn't changing until 2026, how can this be used and still expect them to meet the current standards?
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:20:08
Will the grade band books be updated too? e.g. middle school and high school quick reference guides.
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:20:08
maybe someone could make such a thing for one DCI strand?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:20:16
Since the chem regents isn't changing until 2026, how can this be used and still expect them to meet the current standards?
Terry Contant
02:20:28
Will the book be available in an electronic version. If so, when will it be available?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:20:59
yes terry should be soon
Pam Flanagan
02:22:30
How do we get people concerned about the importance of science instruction at the primary and elementary level?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:23:27
we have a session on the Call to action inChicago
Carmen
02:23:43
Pam, workshops for teachers; ones they must attend. This will show them how important it is.
Joanne Dittersdorf
02:24:18
Please repost the survey link
Jennifer Kaszuba
02:24:29
πŸ‘πŸ»
Pam Flanagan
02:24:32
Thank you TED!
Ted Willard
02:24:39
Enhancing Science and Engineering in Prekindergarten through Fifth Gradehttps://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/enhancing-science-in-prekindergarten-through-fifth-grade
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:24:39
πŸ‘πŸΌ
Ann Marie Dubick
02:24:42
Thank you!
Raylene Olinger
02:24:45
Yes, Thank you!
L Williams
02:24:58
This was so helpful and thank you!!!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:25:05
Thank you!
Alan Baczkiewicz
02:25:07
Thank you Ted, will look for you in Chicago.
Pam Flanagan
02:25:10
Thank you Ted. I have info on the call to action.