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SECO May 2020 Webinar - Reading and Writing Like a Scientist - Shared screen with speaker view
Erica Lambert
31:08
Erica Lambert, Marietta Middle School
Kaitlin Brown
31:11
Kaitlin Brown-Rosmemore Middle School in Whitehall, OH
Lynné Steinhaus
31:19
Lynné Steinhaus PBL Coordinator
Thrivewith SECO
32:24
The recording of this session will be available next week on the SECO website under Teacher Resources - https://scienceeducationofohio1.wildapricot.org/page-18233
Thrivewith SECO
41:57
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Kaitlin Brown
44:34
How do you explicitly teach reading graphs in a way that is engaging?
Nancy Miller
48:20
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Lisa Gothard
48:22
All of them
Andrea Schafer
48:30
all
Erica Lambert
48:32
All
Katie Marshall
48:36
All
Melissa Radel
48:42
I believe all of them since some include the visual literacy you just spoke about.
Dennis Clement
48:43
all
Katelyn Carlberg
48:48
all
vicki willett
48:51
all
Lynné Steinhaus
48:51
all
Heather Janes
48:51
all :)
Thrivewith SECO
50:03
While Ohio may not an NGSS state, All of these practices are very much evident in our Nature of Science component of the Science Model Curriculum - http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Learning-in-Ohio/Science/Ohios-Learning-Standards-and-MC/SciFinalStandardsMC060719.pdf.aspx?lang=en-US
Anthony Frabotta
01:09:40
There was another of these faulty graph in the news just a day or two ago showing a smoothly downward sloping graph of Covid cases. Unfortunately all the dates on the x axis were completely mixed up.
Heather Janes
01:14:37
I love sentence stems and feel like they are completely appropriate, even for 5th grade! I even give them word banks as we work and talk about things, I want them to have all the tools as they get their thinking down. :)
Lydia Hunter
01:24:47
Thank you Jessica. This has been really great!
Ebony Hood
01:29:04
Nice, thanks!
Jessica Fries-Gaither
01:29:05
jfriesgaither@gmail.com
Katelyn Carlberg
01:29:18
Thank you, Jessica! This was great!
Jessica Fries-Gaither
01:29:34
https://www.facebook.com/jfriesgaither/
Jessica Fries-Gaither
01:29:39
@ElemSciTchr
Rush Rogers
01:29:43
Thanks so much
Lynné Steinhaus
01:29:45
Thank you!
Erica Lambert
01:29:49
Thanks!!
Kim Droesch
01:29:54
Thank You
Melissa Radel
01:29:54
Thank you very much for this presentation. I took 7 pages of notes!!! Also I plan to order the books you recommended. Thanks so much!
Andrea Schafer
01:29:54
Wonderful, useful presentation! Thank-you!
Anthony Frabotta
01:30:08
Thank you! Enjoyed the examples and resources.
Heather Janes
01:30:09
Thank you :)
Dennis Clement
01:30:11
Thank you