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Transforming Science Learning: Don't Turn the Page Yet!, 5/20/2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Lowry
01:16:28
Hi from Nevada
adrienne_parker
01:16:30
Facebook post - Hi from North Carolina
Sarah Ludwig
01:16:42
Hello from Wisconsin
Anna Hubbard
01:16:49
One of my uni lecturers mentioned the Daily Do website, so I checked it out and noticed the webinars and thought they were an excellent opportunity for PD!
Lisa Covert
01:16:54
Utah, from an email
aneshkaszczesny
01:17:38
hi from Pennsylvania!
Jennifer Medina
01:17:46
Hello
Shannon
01:17:52
Massachusetts
Sheila Foley
01:17:58
New Hampshire
Bailey
01:18:02
Hello from Iowa!
Wendy Binder
01:18:03
glad you came Anna!
Carla Neely
01:18:03
Hi from Ohio
kristina.garner
01:18:14
hello from Georgia
Judie Beccaro
01:18:21
Hi from Georgia!
Jana D
01:18:21
Hello from Southern California
Malcolm Pringle
01:18:25
Mariposa, CA, 30 mins west of Yosemite (still closed!)
Samantha Haidl
01:18:33
NSTA website. Listening from MI
Margie Brennan
01:18:43
Hello from RI!
Kylie Brehmer
01:18:43
Hello from Oregon!
S Stokes
01:19:18
E.
J A
01:19:19
B and C
Sarah Ludwig
01:19:20
articles
havrilake
01:19:21
B
Gabriel Garcia
01:19:21
b
Rhea Pittman
01:19:21
BCD
Sheila Foley
01:19:22
b/c/d
Ashley Klaiss
01:19:22
B
erin_richardson
01:19:22
E
maureen foelkl
01:19:22
c
Sarah Rodriguez
01:19:22
CDE
Lisa Covert
01:19:23
BCD
Jana D
01:19:23
E
anastasiajin
01:19:23
B,C,D
NAU
01:19:23
E
Kent
01:19:24
B
fatlu
01:19:24
d
hohlvi
01:19:25
B and E
kristina.garner
01:19:25
b
Karen Kreuze
01:19:26
textbook
Melissa
01:19:26
b c d
Carla Neely
01:19:26
B, C, E
Judie Beccaro
01:19:26
B,C, E
Anne Lowry
01:19:27
all when relevant, esp E
maureen moran
01:19:28
c
loriejavier
01:19:28
B, C, D
KIMBERLEY ASTLE
01:19:29
B and C
edjohnier.phillips
01:19:30
b &c
eunyeonglee
01:19:31
d
Maresha
01:19:31
C
lisacotter
01:19:31
C
isabelborges
01:19:33
B and C
ffalatko
01:19:33
c,d,e
Jennifer Lopez
01:19:34
A- I teach kindergarten
J A
01:19:34
d too
adrienne_parker
01:19:34
D, E
Ashley Spies
01:19:35
B and C
Wendy Binder
01:19:35
no As!
Lisa McDonald
01:19:35
B, C, D
Shannon
01:19:35
stemscopes
aneshkaszczesny
01:19:36
e c
Albert David
01:19:36
B & C
Neilssen
01:19:37
c,d
Katie Douglas
01:19:37
discovery education BCDE
Jean
01:19:39
B C
Tabitha Smith
01:19:39
B,C,D
Tonya.Brown
01:19:39
b,c,d
Marcia M
01:19:40
B, C
candice_autry
01:19:40
B/C
psebastianoAdmin
01:19:40
e
barbara
01:19:42
bcde
Kylie Brehmer
01:19:42
E
Kourtney Riley
01:19:43
c
Sarah Ludwig
01:19:43
B/C/D
Janet Jordan
01:19:43
c a
(Amy) Virginia Gilbert
01:19:44
B-E
Anna Hubbard
01:19:45
b, c
eunyeonglee
01:19:46
c
Deborah Triulzi
01:19:48
BE
Margie Brennan
01:19:48
B, C, D
Diana Harris
01:19:49
novels, news articles, magazines, web based articles
Jennifer Lopez
01:19:49
Yes! And hands on
Vanessa Go
01:19:49
b
Jennifer Medina
01:19:49
c,d
Kara Melchiorre
01:19:51
bc
Amanda Robin
01:19:52
d
csmith
01:19:54
c,d,e
Julie Granchelli
01:19:54
E
Tania
01:19:56
B E
Amanda Robin
01:19:58
c
lbeechler
01:19:59
I like "Science News" articles so C, D
Sheila Foley
01:20:02
Amen
Tracy Cummings
01:20:03
bcde
Stephanie Pike
01:20:20
c
Torey Hubbard
01:20:21
B D E
Albert David
01:21:05
(Is there link to the collection of resources accompanying this webinar?)
Don Boonstra
01:21:50
Collection https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=BItI2c/FXug_E
Wendy Binder
01:22:00
yes Albert and Kate will post it
Albert David
01:22:01
Thank you!
Wendy Binder
01:22:06
thanks Don
Kate Soriano
01:22:32
This is the link to the collection of resources for tonight’s web seminar. You may have to cut and paste the link into your browser.https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=BItI2c/FXug_E
Albert David
01:23:03
Thank you, Kate.
Vanessa Go
01:24:23
I love the Seed is sleepy :-)
Kate Soriano
01:26:11
Please post questions here in the chat window. You don't have to wait for a question break!
aneshkaszczesny
01:26:55
here as an aspiring school library media specialist
Kate Soriano
01:29:08
This next two slides are #2 in the collection https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=BItI2c/FXug_E
Malcolm Pringle
01:30:12
I like the CCSS “habits of mind” even better than “student capabilities.”
Erin Blackwood
01:30:18
what about valuing evidence?
Susan Bardenhagen
01:30:58
I'm in a state that does not follow Common Core...
anastasiajin
01:31:11
Are there any recommendations for ESL? Because it definitely feels sometimes I'm conducting not a science but a literature class. So far I've only figured out that I can send preview material.
Malcolm Pringle
01:31:31
Is now a good point about using trade texts to stimulate students asking questions?
Malcolm Pringle
01:31:50
.. to talk about …
Kate Soriano
01:32:51
English Learners in STEM Subjects https://www.nap.edu/catalog/25182/english-learners-in-stem-subjects-transforming-classrooms-schools-and-lives
shari.templeton
01:32:57
The ELA practices are actually WIDA (for EL) not CCSS
Susan Bardenhagen
01:33:08
NASEM's "Branches of the Same Tree" from 2018- humanities and STEM
Kate Soriano
01:33:12
Free download from National Academies Press
Wendy Binder
01:33:27
thanks Susan!
Kate Soriano
01:34:27
move from everyday language to specialized language of science over time - coherence Christine spoke to
Wendy Binder
01:34:28
Making Science Multilingual
anastasiajin
01:34:37
thank you, guys!
Malcolm Pringle
01:34:56
Hasn’t WIDA etc drifted towards context driven vocabulary, rather than pre-teaching vocabulary?
Albert David
01:35:21
https://wida.wisc.edu/memberships/isc/newsletter/support-multilingual-learners-science-learning
Wendy Binder
01:35:41
https://wida.wisc.edu/memberships/isc/newsletter/support-multilingual-learners-science-learning
Wendy Binder
01:35:54
jinx albert!
Don Boonstra
01:35:58
Malcolm, NGSS and Framework are definitely there.
Wendy Binder
01:36:38
thank you for saying that Christine!
Anna Hubbard
01:36:45
Sorry this is off topic a little, but I am curious... in the US, is your curriculum presented entirely on a website, or is it a paper-based document sent to schools? And, is it consistent across all states? Do you have common core standards for all subject areas including history, visual arts etc or do they only cover English, Maths and Science? In Australia we have a national curriculum which is available to everyone on a website and is followed by all states.
Susan Bardenhagen
01:37:10
I SO agree- school districts that say content science trade books can take the place of science instruction!!! =(((((
aneshkaszczesny
01:37:50
there are a lot of differences for curriculum from state to state and school district to school district
Ashley Klaiss
01:38:22
@Anna, generally each state follows their own curriculum and it depends on the resources the schools/states have and what they school system buys for the text/websites
Malcolm Pringle
01:38:24
W.r.t. “I don’t teach reading and writing”, my typical response is the question, “Don’t professional scientists spend 60-70% of their time on reading & writing?”
Albert David
01:38:24
Are we referring to "reading" and "texts" in the traditional print sense or are we also including multiple forms of literacy, including videos and audiobooks?
Lisa Nelson
01:38:26
Anna - school districts select curriculum so it's different for all districts, which in Florida is one per county so 67 districts. Other states have districts based on other things.
Wendy Binder
01:38:41
right - the NGSS is a free download- each state deices if they adopt =adapt-etc
Wendy Binder
01:38:48
decides I meant
Kate Soriano
01:39:02
@Albert - yes!
Anna Hubbard
01:39:41
Okay, that sounds very different! Thanks everyone
Anne Lowry
01:41:27
and it's not just science @Anne; different names, but similar with social studies and visual arts (among others)
Anne Lowry
01:41:45
meant @Anna; sorry!
Mrs. Durham
01:42:01
@ Anna I know, that is a loaded question because there are so many answers. There was a content adopted called Common Core State Standards that you can research to learn more. There should be a map that shows which states follow these standards. However, even if some states choose to follow the same set of standards they can choose whichever curriculum they want. I know in my district we have changed Literacy and Math curriculum every few years! Usually representatives from theses curriculums come to school and try to sell their product. You can purchase the paper based curriculum manual or have it all online. I guess it is a district decision to what they prefer. In my district, we finally adopted a Science curriculum called Amplify that follows the NGSS, which I really enjoyed. I hope that helped.
Anna Hubbard
01:43:01
lol Anne, all good! Thanks
Anne Lowry
01:43:15
6.5 last Friday. look for pictures of damage on US 95
Anne Lowry
01:43:24
woke us up, no damage
Anna Hubbard
01:43:32
Wow thanks Mrs. Durham - that must make it tricky to move around from state to state! Very different to Australia.
Mrs. Durham
01:43:48
@ Anna YES!! Exactly
aneshkaszczesny
01:45:16
@Anna yes! I went to college in Pennsylvania and then taught in Virginia. I have come back to Pennsylvania and the standards and standardized testing is much different! As I am job searching I am noticing that math and ELA curriculums are different from school district to school district!
Susan Bardenhagen
01:46:13
VA does not support Common Core and "technically" doesn't support NGSS.... However, that doesn't mean our folks do not have a curriculum framework that doesn't include NGSS and interdisciplinary..
Mrs. Durham
01:46:21
Do you guys ever teach the Crosscutting Concepts if kids are struggling with topics that are not just identified in your subject area?
Kate Soriano
01:47:07
Can use maps as well; look for spatial and temporal relastionships
Melissa
01:47:17
I cannot stop laughing at this brilliant poop example. I teach middle school science so I guess I'm right where I should be with equal maturity to my students!! Thank you for making this fun!!
aneshkaszczesny
01:47:29
middle schoolers would love that!
Anne Lowry
01:47:33
I teach preK. Same
Mrs. Durham
01:47:43
For example, if students are struggling with the Cause and Effect Crosscutting Concept, and you want to teach that. But you want to venture away from the topics listed from your grade level (for Example, plants, space, etc). Like maybe you want to do it with a science experiment that is not centered around one of those areas?
SigridWilson
01:48:11
@Melissa, I think my 5th graders will like it as well
Mrs. Durham
01:48:17
@Melissa if you live with boys it is funny too!
Kate Soriano
01:49:08
@Mrs. Durham would you say just a little more about that? I
Christine Royce
01:49:08
So please contribute - what are types of texts being used and the purposes of text as you start to see them
Anna Hubbard
01:49:19
Oh I love that - three best friends!
aneshkaszczesny
01:49:30
for younger elementary picture books may be used
Christine Royce
01:49:42
Yes absolutely!
aneshkaszczesny
01:49:42
for ex. Ada’s Violin to teach about recycling
aneshkaszczesny
01:50:16
are great books connected to food chains
aneshkaszczesny
01:50:30
*there are
Sarah Rodriguez
01:51:00
My internet is completing lagging and I missed the majority of the video. Is it available through that learner.org link?
Anne Lowry
01:51:04
My students usually chose the non fiction over the fiction.
Don Boonstra
01:51:23
link to video https://www.learner.org/series/reading-writing-in-the-disciplines/disciplinary-literacy-big-ideas/comprehending-informational-texts/?jwsource=cl
havrilake
01:51:37
@Anne my students prefer nonfiction as well. They like news articles best!
aneshkaszczesny
01:51:51
Newsela worked very well with 6th graders!
aneshkaszczesny
01:52:05
especially current events about science events
Kate Soriano
01:52:18
You also have access to the presentation #1 in the collectionhttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=BItI2c/FXug_E
Mrs. Durham
01:52:35
Inferencing
Ashley Klaiss
01:52:47
getting ideas on a topic
Anne Lowry
01:52:49
help them refine their problems
Sheila Foley
01:52:51
they can construct explaination for phenomna
hohlvi
01:52:52
Construct explanations.
Lisa Covert
01:52:53
use text to support and refine model or explanations
Mrs. Durham
01:52:54
Ask questions and define problems
benjie gok-ong
01:52:57
Build concepts
Anne Lowry
01:52:59
they also use it as evidence
jenniferurmson
01:53:01
obtaining information
ffalatko
01:53:03
modeling engineering design process
NAU
01:53:03
Begin by "hooking" students, develop questions,
Albert David
01:53:05
Students can read texts critically to analyze if the claims in the texts are credible.
hohlvi
01:53:06
obtain evaluate information
edjohnier.phillips
01:53:08
KWL
bkelly
01:53:08
analyze and interpret
Cherry May Gok-ong
01:53:12
Understand the author’s point of view
Oregon Science Teacher
01:53:12
Get another perspective,
jenniferurmson
01:53:12
develop models based on reading
Wendy Binder
01:53:15
ask anchor phenomenon to generate questions or a problem to solve
barbara
01:53:18
do now
Anne Lowry
01:53:18
They are pre readers - emergent readers, so they do very well with heavy pictures
ffalatko
01:53:19
cause and effect
Lisa Covert
01:53:21
place to find evidence for engage in argument
Erin Blackwood
01:53:21
engage in argument from evidence in text
Sheila Foley
01:53:24
engage in arguements -debate
lbeechler
01:53:25
They could be interested in the pictures and ack questions
Mrs. Durham
01:53:25
Prediction-plan and carry out investigation to see if your prediction will be valid
Keiyoma Dabney
01:53:26
argue the points from the text
aneshkaszczesny
01:53:27
picture book bioraphies of scientists and engineers can help students see themselves as scientists
Neilssen
01:53:30
Obtain information from source
NAU
01:53:32
Provide different points of view - analyze points of view
Marcia M
01:53:34
News article with a data graph or table could help students ask questions, analyze and interpret data, construct explanations.
Kate Soriano
01:53:35
The book may be the way students experience the phenomenon and ask questions
Anna Hubbard
01:54:17
analyse the engineering/design process presented in a narrative text and then use this to introduce a class project
Wendy Binder
01:55:31
interesting idea anna!
Mrs. Durham
01:56:59
@Anna that reminds me of reading How to Catch a Leprechaun book. Students then use the EDP to do just that..design a way to catch a leprechaun.
S Stokes
01:57:01
Love that idea, Anna! One of my favorite books for that is Those Darn Squirrels by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri.
anastasiajin
01:57:20
I used The Three Little Pigs to explain simple machines. My second graders were so excited.
Kara Melchiorre
01:57:28
is there a listing of these kinds of books somewhere?
J A
01:57:33
great ideas
aneshkaszczesny
01:57:59
the NSTA trade picture books are a good source
Kate Soriano
01:57:59
Please post questions here in the chat window. You don't have to wait for a question break!
Anna Hubbard
01:58:00
Thanks for those book ideas!
Margie Brennan
01:58:02
love these books
S Stokes
01:58:03
My kids recently finished a PBL unit on birds, and we built squirrel-proof bird feeders using the squirrels' methods from Those Darn Squirrels and then improving upon it.
Wendy Binder
01:58:15
In the collection we put the NSTA Best STEM and Outstanding Trade Book lists reference
aneshkaszczesny
01:58:17
ex. Ada Twist Scientist is a fun fiction one
Anna Hubbard
01:58:23
I also used the Three Little Pigs with 5-6 year olds!
Wendy Binder
01:58:42
anna I have too--
Susan Niederberger
01:58:45
I have used this book to talk about Marie Tharp with my 6th graders. Great book! Great illustrations! They love it!
J A
01:58:50
thanks Wendy
Kara Melchiorre
01:59:01
Thanks Wendy
Wendy Binder
01:59:02
sure thing!
aneshkaszczesny
01:59:25
i used a great picture book about Ben Franklin and how he stole lightning with 6th graders after a field trip to Philly and the Franklin Institute
Vanessa Go
02:00:17
This is great! It could connect to the sound and geology unit in grade 4
Wendy Binder
02:00:33
a cat
J A
02:00:33
kitty
Ashley Klaiss
02:00:33
cat
havrilake
02:00:35
cat
Christie Tchompalov
02:00:35
cat
candice_autry
02:00:35
cat
Anna Hubbard
02:00:36
cat
anastasiajin
02:00:36
cat
Neilssen
02:00:36
cat
Mrs. Durham
02:00:39
lol
Anne Lowry
02:00:39
yours?
aneshkaszczesny
02:00:43
boom whackers (often used by elem music teachers) are great for teaching sound!
Susan Bardenhagen
02:00:43
a murrowww
Sarah Rodriguez
02:00:44
As my 1 yo would say, “kit-kit-kitay”
Malcolm Pringle
02:00:46
cat & pillow?
Mrs. Durham
02:00:50
Camouflage
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:01:02
cat
S Stokes
02:01:24
Toad in the top left
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:25
leaf
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:01:26
frog
Ashley Klaiss
02:01:27
top right seahorse
Jana D
02:01:28
seahorse 2
havrilake
02:01:28
top right seahorse
Wendy Binder
02:01:29
cheetah bottom right
Albert David
02:01:29
top right seahorse
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:30
close up of leaf
Sarah Rodriguez
02:01:30
seahorse
Mrs. Durham
02:01:30
Cheetah,
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:01:32
Sea horse
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:32
alive leaf
Anna Hubbard
02:01:33
toad, seahorse
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:01:34
cheetag
Carla Neely
02:01:34
bark
anastasiajin
02:01:34
toad
Carla Neely
02:01:37
leaves
Susan Bardenhagen
02:01:40
snail
Sarah Rodriguez
02:01:40
caterpillar
anastasiajin
02:01:40
seahorse
Albert David
02:01:42
caterpillar?
Wendy Binder
02:01:42
leafcutter
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:42
seahorse
Neilssen
02:01:47
toads, jaguar
Jennifer Ruyle
02:01:49
caterpillar
isabelborges
02:01:51
Frog in 1st imagem
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:51
bug with many legs
kristina.garner
02:01:53
catepillar
Neilssen
02:01:54
seahorse
aneshkaszczesny
02:01:58
cheetah
Neilssen
02:02:01
ctepillar
Jhon Ryan Hijastro
02:02:07
toad, seahorse
Wendy Binder
02:02:11
wow spotted jaguar
J A
02:02:11
boxy head = jafuar
Wendy Binder
02:02:31
thanks J A
aneshkaszczesny
02:02:37
texture
candice_autry
02:02:39
shape
SigridWilson
02:02:46
We just talked about traits…I wish I had more pictures
Ashley Klaiss
02:02:46
texture
J A
02:02:52
yw Wendy
aneshkaszczesny
02:02:56
pattern
Vanessa Go
02:02:58
WOWO
aneshkaszczesny
02:03:19
i remember learning this in middle school!
Mrs. Durham
02:03:24
One thing they did for teaching camouflage is having students use a blank paper to make a background to help disguise some of the animals we had (pictures of them)
Wendy Binder
02:03:26
me too!
anastasiajin
02:03:40
during this lockdown, I had an assignment to take a picture somewhere at home and hid paper butterflies. We had so much fun looking for those insects during our online class
Malcolm Pringle
02:03:50
(I’d call it a natural selection story)
Anne Lowry
02:04:02
,and a great tie in with visual arts, science, and math line, texture, pattern
aneshkaszczesny
02:04:15
amazing illustrations
S Stokes
02:04:21
What beautiful illustrations!
Susan Bardenhagen
02:04:33
looks like Eric Carle-type art!
aneshkaszczesny
02:04:39
collage art
Kate Soriano
02:04:46
Please post questions here in the chat window. You don't have to wait for a question break!
aneshkaszczesny
02:04:58
who’s the author
maureen moran
02:05:04
Beautiful.
Anna Hubbard
02:05:04
Yes Anne - I was thinking about integrating the camouflage science concept with art
Susan Bardenhagen
02:05:15
love the alliteration!
Doreen Broderick
02:05:21
Isabel Thomas
aneshkaszczesny
02:05:22
great ELA tie in
Kate Soriano
02:05:33
Authors Isabel Thomas and Daniel Egneus
Malcolm Pringle
02:06:21
aka, STEAM instead of STEM …
S Stokes
02:06:34
I'm going to be teaching in our K-3 STEM Lab next year. It would be so cool to use a book like this to do a collaborative project with our art teacher.
Albert David
02:06:58
What's the best way to find more texts like these?
Susan Bardenhagen
02:07:00
Love this as a young student's intro to evolution! It's so hard to "get away from" students thinking that the animal made an adaptation for survival....
Jennifer Medina
02:07:02
We use STEAM!
maureen moran
02:07:23
Good Idea!
aneshkaszczesny
02:07:29
design challenge for the moth book…
Susan Bardenhagen
02:07:38
NSTA has awesome STEAM books!!!!
aneshkaszczesny
02:07:40
ever made coffee filter butterflies?
Wendy Binder
02:07:42
and these lists are in your collection!
aneshkaszczesny
02:07:51
make moth instead
aneshkaszczesny
02:07:59
also touches on chromotography
Anne Lowry
02:08:00
look at thinking with a line website
aneshkaszczesny
02:08:32
many school libraries have makerspaces
Kate Soriano
02:08:33
NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Books K-12 https://www.nsta.org/publications/ostb/
Anne Lowry
02:08:38
learning community is a great resource!
Kate Soriano
02:09:17
NSTA Best STEM Books K-12 https://www.nsta.org/publications/ostb/
Wendy Binder
02:09:29
the latest lists are in collection
Oregon Science Teacher
02:09:40
You can access Science and Children NSTA online if you have a different subscription, say, Science Scope or Science Teacher
Albert David
02:09:52
Thank you for the links!
Jennifer Medina
02:10:04
Thank you!
Sunita Jhawar
02:10:28
Thank you
Kate Soriano
02:10:59
In science, evidence comes from data; that data can be qualitative or quantitative
Kate Soriano
02:11:19
In language arts, students can cite text as evidence
Albert David
02:11:35
Found Best STEM Books on NSTA here too: https://www.nsta.org/publications/stembooks/
Paula Roberts
02:11:35
The 2 links for Trade Books and STEM books listed in the char ate the same.
aneshkaszczesny
02:11:35
in library, students can cite the text source
Paula Roberts
02:12:01
Thanks David!
Paula Roberts
02:12:10
Albert
Wendy Binder
02:12:13
paula- both are in collection
aneshkaszczesny
02:12:16
thank you!
Albert David
02:13:04
Seems like the ones linked in the collection are from 2018.
Mrs. Durham
02:13:35
I feel like they have a connection with the mathematical practices too. It is important to have students also report their findings, define their thinking, and have other kids compare ideas/results.
Wendy Binder
02:13:41
yes we put the latest- 2019 will be out -- they reference all the lists over the years- stem list is new!
Albert David
02:14:17
Thanks, Wendy
Wendy Binder
02:14:23
:)
Neilssen
02:15:37
My middle school 6-8 LOVE to use the elementary picture books.:)
Anne Lowry
02:15:53
:)
Kate Soriano
02:16:46
Please post questions here in the chat window. You don't have to wait for a question break!
aneshkaszczesny
02:18:28
i think it may be good to have read aloud that are SEL focused in the early fall, about dealing with pandemic and other scary things
Wendy Binder
02:18:59
so timely- love this book
aneshkaszczesny
02:19:04
other picture books to teach kids about germs in an approachable way
aneshkaszczesny
02:19:09
?
Katie Douglas
02:19:30
Fever 1979 by Laurie Anderson but it is more historical fiction
aneshkaszczesny
02:19:43
that one is wonderful!
aneshkaszczesny
02:20:08
i was wondering for younger elementary
Kate Soriano
02:20:12
yes-competition.org/yes/teaching-units/disease-outbreak-investigation.html
Anne Lowry
02:20:29
which young elementary
aneshkaszczesny
02:20:49
k-5
Kate Soriano
02:20:50
Christine shared "Sick Simon" for young students
aneshkaszczesny
02:21:03
wrote it down :)
Anne Lowry
02:21:20
are you looking for germs general or the current pandemic
aneshkaszczesny
02:21:27
either
Anne Lowry
02:22:01
dm me later: alowrynews1@yahoo.com; I have several but can't copy them over easily :)
aneshkaszczesny
02:22:21
thanks!
Katie Douglas
02:23:01
Another one for the Poop is author Sarah Albee. She does several science books and skyped with my classes several times and actually came to visit. She is amazing.
Kate Soriano
02:24:02
Wow! Katie! What a wonderful opportunity for your students.
Mrs. Durham
02:24:06
Has anyone done the hand washing experiment using the Germ Glow/Powder. It makes a great connection to the best way to wash your hands and really shows kids the best way. https://www.amazon.com/Glo-Germ-Bottles-Light-Keychains/dp/B07P8M462L/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=germ+powder&qid=1590019716&sr=8-6
Kate Soriano
02:24:57
9 years-old
Kate Soriano
02:25:22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ20lBD-Tbc
Anne Lowry
02:25:22
You can do very similar with paint. PreK is licensed differently' I have had health inspectors time my kids washing their hands for 20 seconds !
Kate Soriano
02:25:56
No, not trial and error. They make design choices based on science ideas
Mrs. Durham
02:26:15
The powder is great because you put it on their hands and show them using the UV light. It lights up everywhere. Then after they wash it you compare the before and after. The kids that wash for longer, soap, and with warm water get more of the “germs off.”
Deborah Triulzi
02:26:32
Ryan Hreljac?
Vanessa Go
02:26:32
are the glow powders microplastics?
Adam T
02:26:52
great video about handwashing and powder. https://youtu.be/I5-dI74zxPg
Mrs. Durham
02:27:12
that is a great question Vanessa. I am not sure. However, I would recommend not buying the lotion. Only the powder.
Katie Douglas
02:27:25
What was the powder name again?
Anne Lowry
02:27:39
Love the quote!
Albert David
02:27:43
Glo Germ
Neilssen
02:27:55
Reading
ffalatko
02:27:56
Inquiry
Oregon Science Teacher
02:27:56
Hiking
Kayla Raines
02:27:56
Reading
Jana D
02:27:58
Reading
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:27:58
experiement
Lisa Nelson
02:27:59
Reading
barbara
02:27:59
Inquiry
larasalinas
02:28:01
project based learning
Sheila Foley
02:28:01
Reading
Lisa McDonald
02:28:01
reading
Teresa Lynn
02:28:02
interaction
Samantha Haidl
02:28:02
Reading!
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:28:04
observation
Diane
02:28:04
words
kristina.garner
02:28:06
experiment
Margie Brennan
02:28:06
reading
psebastianoAdmin
02:28:06
reading
S Stokes
02:28:07
I love this. Reading or science could both go there.
Sarah Ludwig
02:28:07
Thinking
Sheila Foley
02:28:09
traveling
Susan Bardenhagen
02:28:10
research
(Amy) Virginia Gilbert
02:28:11
INquiry
Amanda Robin
02:28:11
stem
Kelly Vaiciulis
02:28:11
Inquiry
Ashley Klaiss
02:28:12
thinking
Carla Neely
02:28:16
inquiry
Janet Jordan
02:28:18
steam
SigridWilson
02:28:18
Researching
isabelborges
02:28:18
reading
Albert David
02:28:19
Questioning
Melissa
02:28:20
Science and Reading both work
Diana Harris
02:28:20
thinking/inquiry
Karen Kreuze
02:28:28
TALKING/COMMUNICATING
Anne Lowry
02:28:29
observing
Katie Douglas
02:28:30
Science
Kylie Brehmer
02:28:38
Questioning
Mrs. Durham
02:28:43
Let me go look in my purchases. If you leave your email I have made science journals and experiment pieces I can send you. GlowGerm Powder.
Menekse Tok
02:28:45
observing
J A
02:28:50
Talking to People face to face
Katherine Prammer
02:28:56
How do you find application activities that tie together the DCI across STEM?
Jhon Ryan Hijastro
02:29:02
Science
ffalatko
02:29:05
Thank you so much!
Cherry May Gok-ong
02:29:16
Thank you
Albert David
02:29:16
Thank you very much, Christine!
SigridWilson
02:29:18
Thank you!
lisacotter
02:29:19
Thank you
S Stokes
02:29:20
Thank you so much!
anastasiajin
02:29:22
thank you!
Tonya.Brown
02:29:23
Thank You!!!
Kourtney Riley
02:29:25
Thanks
Sheila Foley
02:29:27
thank you
Jana D
02:29:27
Thank you
J A
02:29:28
BRAVO! Thank you Christine!
Jean
02:29:29
Thank you so much for your great presentation!
Nilkemanes Vazquez
02:29:30
thanks
Katherine Prammer
02:29:30
Thank you
Ashley Klaiss
02:29:32
Thank you!
Anna Hubbard
02:29:32
Thank you Christine and everyone!
Kate Soriano
02:29:34
This is the link to the collection of resources for tonight’s web seminar. You may have to cut and paste the link into your browser.https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=BItI2c/FXug_E
maureen foelkl
02:29:38
What wonderful information. Thank you for sharing!
Anne Lowry
02:29:40
Thank you everyone!
Christine Royce
02:29:43
Thank you everyone for participating!
NAU
02:29:48
Thank you so much! This has been great!
loriejavier
02:29:51
Thank you!
David Lockett
02:29:52
Thank you!
Wendy Binder
02:30:00
thank you Christine and Kate!
renukashete
02:30:02
Thank you!!
Honey Sacro Swem
02:30:04
Thank you for sharing your expertise!
isabelborges
02:30:05
Thank you
afrias
02:30:07
Thank you.
Sarah Ludwig
02:30:10
Thank you!
Adam T
02:30:10
thank you
SigridWilson
02:30:10
Thank you for the free membership!
Tracy Cummings
02:30:11
Well Done!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:30:12
Thank You
jenniferurmson
02:30:13
Wonderful presentation, thank you!
Deborah Triulzi
02:30:14
Thank You. great webinar!
lbeechler
02:30:14
Thank you!
Kate Soriano
02:30:22
NSTA free 30-day membershiphttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/freemonth/
SigridWilson
02:30:38
I am really excited to learn more :)
Katie Douglas
02:30:41
This has been amazing! I truly was interested the whole time. Thank you! Awesome
Kara Melchiorre
02:30:46
this was an AWESOME seminar
maureen moran
02:30:46
Wonderful!!
Kate Soriano
02:30:49
NSTA Daily Do - Sensemaking tasks for K-12 educators and families engaged in distance- and home-learninghttps://www.nsta.org/dailydo
shari.templeton
02:30:58
Outstanding presentation
Oregon Science Teacher
02:31:02
Daily Do is an excellent resource!
Wendy Binder
02:31:09
several daily Dos use trace books!
Wendy Binder
02:31:13
trade
Kate Soriano
02:31:16
NSTA upcoming web seminarshttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/webseminars/
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:31:25
This was an amazing webinar.
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02:31:26
How are we able to receive the certificates?
Wendy Binder
02:31:46
you take the survey then you will be sent the certificate
Sheila Foley
02:31:56
thank-you all
Vanessa Go
02:31:58
Thank you so much!
SigridWilson
02:32:06
Where is the survey?