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9520
Description: Hands-on Anatomy will provide hands-on professional development for up to 30 teachers in which participants will learn step-by-step how to build the anatomical human body parts with clay upon their maniken stations using a sequenced system-by-system approach. The clay is color-coded to build aspects such as veins, arteries, muscles, organs, etc.! Participants will pay a materials fee so that they can also take their reusable maniken station back to their school along with some handouts so that they can start to immediately use it for demonstration with the long-term goal of schools having one maniken station for every 2 students in their human anatomy class so that all students can learn the anatomy by doing! This 2-day training is also part of Mrs. McCrory's long-term commitment to provide professional development for each of the recommended Biochemistry STEM pathway classes so that many schools can create a CTE funded STEM pathway that is doable in all sizes of districts. The Biochemistry STEM pathway design utilizes some core classes already being taught and then adds the associated career connection skills! A suggested integrated course outline for Human Anatomy & Physiology AND Human Body Systems being currently taught together at Sterling High School will also be provided to workshop participants! Materials fee of $300.00 includes handouts and 1/2 maniken. Instructors: Mr. Dan Whisler and Mrs. Clelia McCrory Time: 2 days from 8:30-3:30 with a hour lunch break for participants to take on their own. More
Starts: 10/4/2017 8:30 AM
Sessions: 2
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Status: 30 open seats left
Class size: 30 seats
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9556
Learning By Doing: The NGSS Practices for Science and Engineering for Paraprofessionals In this interactive session, paraprofessionals will explore how to engage and support students in the eight practices of science and engineering through hands-on activities and critical thinking experiences. More
Starts: 10/26/2017 8:15 AM
Session: 1
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Status: 25 open seats left
Class size: 25 seats
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