GBH Webinar: Strategies for Supporting English Learners in Science - Grades K-5 (March 23, 2021; 7-8 pm ET)
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GBH Webinar: Strategies for Supporting English Learners in Science - Grades K-5
March 23, 2021; 7-8pm ET
Explore principles for engaging English learners in science instruction
Learn about GBH’s Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms Earth, space and physical science resources, produced in collaboration with NASA, and how to use them to support English learners in your classroom
Hear teachers’ perspectives on the impact of digital media to support science instruction with English learners
Please join us for an interactive discussion of design principles for engaging English learners in science with examples from Earth, space and physical science resources for grades K-5, produced through GBH’s Bringing the Universe to America's Classrooms project, in collaboration with NASA*. The collection contains resources related to waves, Earth’s systems, weather and climate and space. The types of resources available in the collection include animated videos, live-action videos of children engaging in the science practices, images and video from NASA, interactive games, and more. Everything is standards-aligned and fully supported for classroom use.
GBH Teacher Advisors will share ideas of how to use the resources to provide rich and equitable science instruction for the English learners in your classroom.
The on-demand recording link will be sent to all registrants. A Certificate of Completion is available for those who attend the livestream and complete a brief survey.
*This activity is funded by NASA under cooperative agreement award No. NNX16AD71A. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.