Data Puzzle Webinar Series
Middle and high school science teachers, join us this spring as developer Jon Griffith guides participants through the latest Data Puzzles!
- March 10th, 4-5 pm MT, Arctic Ecosystem - Register here
- March 17th, 4-5 pm MT, The Tipping Point - Register here
- March 24th, 4-5 pm MT, Megadrought in the Colorado River Basin - Register here
- March 31st, 4-5 pm MT, Megafires: Rare Occurrences or the New Normal? - Register here
Educator Workshop: Data Puzzles - Analyze Authentic Data With Inquiry-Based Practices
June 3-4, 2021
Who: Middle and High School Science Teachers
Where: This workshop will be help virtually
When: June 3-4, 9 am - 12 pm MT each day
Educators, engage your students with Data Puzzles, a resource in which students engage with inquiry-based practices to analyze authentic data. Co-developed by Ambitious Science Teaching (AST) author Dr. Melissa Braaten and curriculum developers from the CIRES Education & Outreach Team, Data Puzzles represent an inquiry-based instructional framework to engage students in authentic data analysis. Each Data Puzzle incorporates the 4 AST practices in the context of current and relevant scientific research. In this FREE virtual teacher workshop, you'll hear from the developers as they lead you through the Data Puzzle instructional framework. Participants will leave with the skills/tools to implement Data Puzzle resources in their own classrooms!
Participants will receive a certificate for 6 hours of professional development.
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