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Friday, March 6 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Engineering in Middle School with Phenomenal Instruction

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Egg drop and more! Learn how to take this activity, and other projects to the next level with phenomenal problem-based learning. Teachers engage in student-driven Engineering Internships that incorporate all aspects of the new Science & Engineering Practices from the Michigan Science Standards as well as Disciplinary Core Ideas from the domains of earth, life and physical sciences. This exciting session will inspire educators with hands-on activities, digital tools, active reading, dynamic discussion, and reflection on their own teaching practices. Teachers will leave armed with the ability to integrate phenomena-based science instruction around real-world problem solving into their classrooms.

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Tom Gantt

Curriculum Specialist, Amplify Education
As a National Board Certified Teacher, Tom Gantt brings the joy of science and teaching together with his unique past experiences. As a former lab scientist and science center educator, Tom combines his research background with 15 years of award-winning teaching of middle school and... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Capitol 4
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