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Friday, March 6 • 8:00am - 8:45am
If you can't see it...how do you know it's there?

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If you can't see it, how do you know its there? In this session, participants will engage in a sample lessons from Interactions - a free-use, NGSS-aligned, physical science curricula for high school - and collect indirect evidence about something you cannot see, touch, smell, or hear. Emphasis is on supporting students in "figuring out" when there is no right or wrong answer - only the unknown. In this lesson, students make claims based on indirect evidence - just as Thompson and Rutherford did during their famous experiments resulting in more refined atomic models.

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Israel Touitou

CREATE for STEM, Michigan State University
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Angela Kolonich

Director of Professional Learning, CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State Universtiy
I am a former teacher from J.W. Sexton High School in Lansing, MI where I taught science, engineering, and coached the robotics team. I received my PhD from MSU in 2017 and now work at the CREATE for STEM institute developing learning experiences for teachers focused on inclusive... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 8:00am - 8:45am
Governor's Room

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