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National Geographic STEM Saturday –Notebooking: Communicating in STEM & Building Habits of Mind
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Check-in and Continental breakfast begin at 8:00 a.m. Workshop: 8:30 am - 12:30 National Geographic STEM Saturday –Notebooking: Communicating in STEM & Building Habits of Mind https://ems.azed.gov/Home/Calendar?sd=451 Want to learn how student notebooking supports STEM instruction? This FREE workshop will focus on effective STEM communication and the Habits of Mind scientists and engineers engage in - the values, attitudes and thinking skills that drive the work of scientists and engineers.

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When: September 9, 2017
8:00 am-12:30 pm
Where: ADE Offices
3300 N Central Ave.
Phoenix, Arizona  85004
United States
Contact: Lacey Wieser
602.364.2332

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National Geographic STEM Saturday –Notebooking: Communicating in STEM & Building Habits of Mind

Want to learn how student notebooking supports STEM instruction? This FREE workshop will focus on effective STEM communication and the Habits of Mind scientists and engineers engage in - the values, attitudes and thinking skills that drive the work of scientists and engineers.

The opening keynote will be presented by National Geographic Learning author and Associate Professor of Science Education, Dr. Malcolm Butler, followed by a hands-on 2-hour breakout session. The K-6 focus room and the 6-12 focus room will be facilitated by National Geographic Learning specialists and ADE’s K-12 Standards team. Participants will explore best practices and resources that support notebooking as a form of communication and Habits of Mind in STEM, while solving hands-on bioengineering problems.

Continental breakfast and National Geographic resources will be provided. Click on this link to register:
https://ems.azed.gov/Home/Calendar?sd=4512

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