Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Lightle Apr 12, 2012.
Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Lightle Jan 9, 2012.
July, 3 - Fishing trip - June 2015, fishing trip to Sideburned Lake, Chapleau On. From left to right Quentin Kurtzhals (class of '80), Mike Kurtzhals, Larry Griffith, Luke Labrensz - by Quentin Kurtzhals , Landscape horticulture major, class of 1980
CADRE is very pleased to announce a new spotlight featuring Environmental and Earth Science DR K-12 projects, with a focus on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): http://www.cadrek12.org/spotlight-dr-k-12-environmentalearth-science-projects-and-next-generation-science-standards
In this spotlight, each project team has chosen one…Continue
Posted on September 24, 2013 at 1:30pm
Not that I understand one bit of what Tim is singing about -- but I sure did enjoy watching!
From NPR: It's been frustrating, this 100-year search by physicists all over the world for a Unified Theory of Everything. And Tim Blais, physics grad student, a capella singer and Queen fan, feels their…Continue
Posted on September 23, 2013 at 10:00am
The standards are now available at www.nextgenscience.org. The new standards establish learning expectations in science for K–12 students combining three important dimensions—science and engineering practices, disciplinary core ideas, and crosscutting concepts. NGSS provides a cohesive approach to science instruction that will significantly change the way science is taught and learned.
Twenty-six states led the development of…Continue
Posted on April 10, 2013 at 11:00am
Immediately following the January 8 release of the second public draft of the Next Generation Science Standards, on Wednesday, January 9, at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern), NSTA will host a web seminar on key components of the second NGSS draft featuring Stephen Pruitt, Vice President for Content, Research and Development for Achieve. The 90-minute webinar will also include NSTA President Karen Ostlund. To register for the web seminar, click here:…Continue
Posted on January 4, 2013 at 5:45pm
Are you interested in participating in a pilot study of a new middle and high school curriculum designed to teach students about climate change and the impacts of climate change on biological communities? If so, the University of Michigan with support from the National Science Foundation developed a curriculum that fuses core science content with scientific practices in several important topic areas including weather and climate, the greenhouse effect, and the carbon cycle. This online…Continue
Posted on December 11, 2012 at 2:10pm