Anne Krebs

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Recent Posts by Anne

Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:34 PM in 3-Dimensional Assessments in Chemistry
Brian, Thanks for your thoughts!  I've always been mindful of the link between my instruction and student math confidence/experience.  I appreciate your reminder that it's not just a math/science link, but the language and context must be explored and utilized in science instruction.  Another thing to discuss during building PD time (or in the hallways between classes). Anne

Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:17 PM in 3-Dimensional Assessments in Chemistry
Many of my high school chemistry students struggle with the application of science practices to laboratory experience – planning experiments and using mathematics – especially when integrated with crosscutting concepts of cause/effect and scale/proportion required in a quality 3-dimensional assessment.  What are some things that you’ve found successful to support the translation of student skills...

Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:15 PM in 3-Dimensional Assessments in Chemistry
Many of my high school chemistry students struggle with the application of science practices to laboratory experience – planning experiments and using mathematics – especially when integrated with crosscutting concepts of cause/effect and scale/proportion required in a quality 3-dimensional assessment.  What are some things that you’ve found successful to support the translation of student skills...