Jess Rowell

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Recent Posts by Jess

Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:39 PM in Seeking MS/HS interactive reading passage feedback on biomedicine (and other topics)
Hi, this might be a good time to queue teachers for their expert feedback on our interactive reading passages for middle school and high school students. We have a variety of topics on biomedicine, climate, and ecosystems (biodiversity is almost ready!). We were scheduled to present at NSTA Boston and am still willing to meet/present virtually via Facebook live. If you're interested in helping bu...

Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:44 PM in NSTA Conference LA
Hi, I'll be presenting on using Journeys or "Useful, Relevant Interactive Reading Passages in Your Secondary Classroom" Journeys are NGSS aligned middle and high school interactive reading passages integrating current scientist case studies, data analysis, graphing practice sets, engineering stories, citizen science opportunities. Students, as virtual researchers, embark on a thematic j...

Sun Jul 10, 2016 11:47 AM in Innovation in Teaching Science
Hello, I have a pilot program for gaining teacher's feedback on new interactive reading passages called Journeys. Journeys incorporate real-world data scenarios, case study narratives of real researchers, and citizen science opportunities. You can see a sample at, and I would be very interested in having you pilot for the Ambassador's program. Thanks for considering this!