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Science Strategies for Distance Education
Science at all grade levels is both fascinating and engaging for youth and educators alike. Science education has changed over this past year, yet this still holds true.
The pedagogies of both Science and Distance Education compliment one another exponentially. Exploring early, middle, and senior years methods in Science as well as how to strengthen this delivery over a distance is essential for all current-day educators.
This session will explore effective methods of teaching Science whether it be face to face, from a distance, or as a hybrid model. Jacqueline will provide solid examples using all grade levels as well as examples using all levels of available technology.

Nov 25, 2020 05:00 PM in Dubai

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Jacqueline Monteith
Science Instructional Coach
Jacqueline Monteith has a vast array of both meaningful experience and formal education. Jacqueline’s adventures have taken her into the far north in Manitoba, Canada where she lived and worked as a teacher for ten years. Jacqueline has since received her Masters of Distance Education. In 2013, Jacqueline began her current position as a Science Instructional Coach with Frontier School Division. Frontier School Division is quite unique in that it is home to over 40 Indigenous communities across an area larger than the state of California. Jacqueline’s role is to teach and support early, middle and senior years teachers, and thus our youth, using a variety of methods. Jacqueline’s 18 years of experience throughout the province, her degree in Distance Education, and her zest for thinking differently has created an ideal leader for 2020