Shalanda Saulsberry

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Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:58 AM in Lesson plan templates
I have checked those as well.

Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:43 PM in Lesson plan templates
Hi Colleagues, I'm in need of lesson plan templates (preferably from NGSS states) for our teachers to view and implement in their classrooms here in Tennessee. Would you please share or send links for resources? I welcome and appreciate all help!

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The STLFP program includes a comprehensive set of activities designed to improve teacher practice, focusing on the outcome of increased achievement in science for all students. The program will provide continuous professional development and teacher support beginning in the summer 2016 and ending in the summer 2017. The STLFP cohort will participate in blended learning experiences that include: professional learning through online conversations, face- to- face collaborations, self-reflection classroom instructional videos, and on demand learning opportunities. Participants will review innovative science curriculum materials and prepare learning outcomes for their learning experiences.

STEM for non-STEM Majors: Enhancing Science Literacy in Large Classes
Type: Journal Article