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Liz Mirra will be joining us in person!
June 8th:  Review exemplar units created for Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science and Physics.  Lessons included in the units will be modeled for teachers building capacity for the use of the units next school year. 
 
June 9th:  Lessons included in the units will be modeled focusing on the assessments components include din the units. 
Register on JPLS:
June 8th:  8:30 am to 3:00 pm in the ASB Presentation Room and then breaking out into PDC rooms.    
Course #101686  section #116642
High School Exemplar Unit Launch with Model Lessons:  This training will allow teachers across the district to review exemplar units created for the Biology,          Chemistry, Earth Science and Physics Science with Engineering Education Standards.  Lessons included in the exemplar units will be modeled for teachers.
June 9th:  8:30 am to 3:00 pm in the ASB Presentation Room and then breaking out into PDC rooms. 
Course #101687  section #116642
 High School Exemplar Unit Launch emphasizing Assessment:  This training focuses on the assessment piece of the exemplar units created for the Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science and Physics Science with Engineering Education Standards.  Lessons included in the exemplar units will be modeled with a focus on formative and summative assessment components.  

Contact Jane Harward with questions:  jane.harward@jordandistrict.org

 

Closure Information & Digital Tools

Link to the Digital Learning Page - Digital learning updates; contact Information for Digital Learning Specialists

Link to At Home Learning Guidelines - Tips for staying connected with students; contact information for Teaching & Learning Specialists

Closure Preparation Document - Living document with the latest closure information; Document updated as new information becomes available

Resources for Digital Education - Living document including several free resources you can use with students; Sheet is updated as new information becomes available

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Science is a way of knowing, a process for understanding the natural world. Engineering applies the fields of science, technology, and mathematics to produce solutions to real-world problems. The process of developing scientific knowledge includes ongoing questioning, testing, and refinement of ideas when supported by empirical evidence. Since progress in modern society is tied so closely to this way of knowing, scientific literacy is essential for a society to be engaged in political and economic choices on personal, local, regional, and global scales.

Jane Harward | Science & STEM Administrator | 801-567-8169