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Transforming Science Learning: Making the Most of EdReports’ Resources, 6/9/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Michelle Phillips
01:31:55
As you are listening if you think of a question please add it to the chat.
Ted Willard
01:33:57
Question for the presenters: What, if anything, would they recommend in terms of professional learning for people making up a review panel for a district?
Ted Willard
01:36:28
So wait, are phenomena important? #WhoKnew? ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-)
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:36:48
phenomena…. do do do do doooooo ;)
Ted Willard
01:38:29
It's actually: phenomena do doo... da do daa
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:39:05
haha! You are going back to the first version of the song!
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:39:08
Ted’s Codes!
Ted Willard
01:39:30
My contribution to science education :-)
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:39:39
not the only one!
Ted Willard
01:40:48
The codes were developed for use in the NSTA Atlas of the Three Dimensionshttps://my.nsta.org/resource/117948
Ted Willard
01:41:33
Question for the Presenters: What are the primary differences in the criteria for K-5 and the criteria for 6-8?
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:43:23
I also have some thoughts that will address your earlier questions Ted! If we don’t cover it we can also circle back around
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:49:21
Yeah…. the process is no joke
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:49:28
These numbers are not overstatements
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:49:35
#wortit
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:49:38
#worthit
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:50:09
I was having dreams about the evidence documents near the end ;) It was great
Ted Willard
01:55:33
Question for Spencer: What do you consider the trickiest part of the review process?
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
01:56:12
consensus. (in a word) I can talk more about that for sure
Ted Willard
02:00:35
They. Are. Not.
Labonnie Wise Smith
02:00:44
I am familiar with TEKS
Ted Willard
02:02:02
and then he saw the light
Ted Willard
02:02:59
What? everyone doesn't know that standards are cool?
Ted Willard
02:04:20
I think I read someplace that claims should be backed up with evidence and reasoning :-)
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:07:35
hmmmm i wonder where that was
Ted Willard
02:07:58
Focusing on making sure the learning is relevant to students
Jan Hermansen
02:08:19
Where can we go to find resources that are 3D?
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:08:41
GREAT question Jan! We will talk about so ideas about that too
Ted Willard
02:08:42
Students being active participants in the learning process. (making decisions)
Jan Hermansen
02:09:28
I am a singleton in my district area and always looking for solid ideas.
Ted Willard
02:09:34
yes
Ted Willard
02:10:10
I remember watching someone at a computer in Austin Texas trying to get the website active. :-) :-)
Ted Willard
02:12:12
If you are interested in the Crosscutting Concepts, NSTA Press has just released a new book about them: https://my.nsta.org/resource/123163
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:12:17
yay!
Cheryl Champy
02:15:02
I just participated in the NSTA book study of the new CCCs book. It was great! They're going to have another set of sessions in August if you're interested.
Ted Willard
02:15:37
Reposting Question for the presenters: What, if anything, would they recommend in terms of professional learning for people making up a review panel for a district?
Sam Shaw (he/him)
02:18:19
Adoption steps link: https://edreports.org/resources/adoption-steps
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:18:32
Hey Sam!
Sam Shaw (he/him)
02:19:27
Hello - Great conversation!
Ted Willard
02:20:15
Another Question: What would be your first "look for" as you are perusing a curriculum material... for example, if you were walking around the exhibit halls at an NSTA conference (we will get to do that again one day, right?)You could also emphasize what would NOT be on your first step look-fors.
Jan Hermansen
02:20:43
Good question ted; I’d like to know their thoughts as well.
Ted Willard
02:21:23
That's a great question
Trish Shelton
02:24:01
https://www.nextgenscience.org/resources/examples-quality-ngss-design
Jan Hermansen
02:24:02
https://www.nextgenscience.org
Ted Willard
02:24:27
https://ngs.wested.org/nextgenscience-ngss-design-badge-and-high-quality-science-units/
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:25:45
https://www.nextgenscience.org/NGSSclaims
Ted Willard
02:28:26
the big question is what are students DOING with the phenomenon
Ted Willard
02:28:51
The phenomenon song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N_tupPBtWQ
Lacey Wieser
02:30:03
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, the application is at the bottom of this page https://www.edreports.org/about/reviewers
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:30:18
It is HARD work but TOTALLY worth it
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:30:30
(EdReports is NOT paying me to say that ;)
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:32:36
Thanks for having me!
Ted Willard
02:32:43
Thanks to everyone
Trish Shelton
02:32:45
Thank you so much for sharing your expertise today!
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:32:48
that headshot is pre-COVID
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:32:57
if you couldn’t tell ;)
Labonnie Wise Smith
02:32:58
Thank you for an excellent and worthwhile webinar.
Michelle Phillips
02:33:07
Collection link: https://my.nsta.org/collection/pO4UK402xBU_E
Leny Castro
02:33:08
Thanks for sharing!
H_Khadeeja Riaz
02:33:11
is there a minimum years of experience required for becoming a reviewer?
Lacey Wieser
02:33:28
Feel free to contact me at lwieser@edreports.org if you have questions about the review process
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:33:39
me as well! Easiest way for me is on twitter
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:33:42
@sciedspence
Spencer Martin, Kansas City, KS
02:34:09
but Lacey is a rockstar to work with
Michelle Phillips
02:34:13
Book Study https://my.nsta.org/event/crosscutting-concepts-august-2021-a-professional-book-study-for-k-12-educators