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Introduction to SSAs: Lower Elementary (K-2) Grade Span - Shared screen with speaker view
Molly Gillespie, Project Learning Tree
42:07
Melissa- can you explain where to find that video fun again, please?
Molly Gillespie, Project Learning Tree
42:25
Thanks, Aiko!
Melissa Linton
47:07
Welcome Survey Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfzb-0FRvfAvr52ms3DNTUKvve439Q3VcZzNGc6xDnjKvrzww/viewform?usp=sf_link
Molly Gillespie, Project Learning Tree
49:40
love new zoom tricks!
Bjørn Wolter
01:04:45
Tracking and graphing weather data
kevin.labar-Flat Top
01:04:57
Crosscutting concepts between math and science
Karen- Sitka
01:04:57
Developing and using tools.
Kaz - Seward
01:04:58
We analyze and interpret data when we take weather data and make predictions.
Patty Lake Clark NP
01:05:00
Modeling by acting out a concept—like behavior of different phases of matter
Emily Snyder
01:05:02
Today we created a bar graph for pizza toppings and created questions about it!
Maria Southeast AK
01:05:04
Asking questions science and defining problems engineering
Julie anywhere there's an aurora
01:05:06
Cooking chemistry
Emily- rainbow lake
01:05:08
observing and recording change in weather and seasons
Molly, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
01:05:21
Going outside to investigate habitat
Jennifer-Hope
01:05:27
scientific sketches of mold growth on bread coughed on w/ and w/out masks, handwashing techniques, etc
Karen- Sitka
01:05:31
MODELS...I meant developing and using models! :)
Emily- rainbow lake
01:05:37
making slime
Michelle Burnett/ Caribou Hills
01:05:42
observing and data recording as well as experimenting with things like snow volcanos... chemical reactions
Quuk(Kathie)Kenai
01:05:48
Using a grow wall to follow the growth cycle
Deirdre - Alaska
01:05:52
Much of what we do is by exploration. One of my students wanted to know if an octopus had a heart…we looked it up. The answer will amaze you.
Melissa - POW
01:06:01
Using different mediums (clay, paint, blocks) to construct and display science concepts (today the 2nd graders drew, labeled and painted cells).
Julie anywhere there's an aurora
01:06:14
Virtual field trips
Melissa - POW
01:06:16
Making oobleck and talking about the properties of matter
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:06:22
Notice and Wonder activity that helps students generate questions and wonderings about science
Rizzo - Denali
01:06:29
Looking up things students want to know about. Investigating the outside world
Maria Southeast AK
01:08:26
Can you go back to the last slide for 2 sec
Maria Southeast AK
01:08:41
Or do we get the slides too?
Bjørn Wolter
01:08:55
Maria, the presentation is being recorded and will be available.
Cheryl Clearwater River
01:08:57
Yes, this presentation will be available
Maria Southeast AK
01:09:03
Thanks
Bjørn Wolter
01:11:43
Something kids can experience first-hand
Molly, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
01:11:50
Something that you notice happening in the environment
Jennifer-Hope
01:11:55
something that seems to happen repeatedly
karen beranek--sea ice
01:11:57
naturally occurring event
kevin.labar-Flat Top
01:11:59
Not sure I could so preteens could understand it
Patty Lake Clark NP
01:12:01
Something I wonder about
Melissa - POW
01:12:03
Things that we can observe using our 5 senses, ask questions about, and then try to explain!
Emily- rainbow lake
01:12:07
something we have to investigate to understand?
Trisha Herminghaus Prince WIlliam Sound
01:12:13
Something that makes me say Wow! or What in the world???
Julie anywhere there's an aurora
01:12:13
Example, doors that automatically close during a fire alarm
Bjørn Wolter
01:12:45
@Trisha, I like it. An "I wonder" event!
Kaz - Seward
01:13:51
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaDa6G4K4rU
Trisha Herminghaus Prince WIlliam Sound
01:15:07
That was fun!
kevin.labar-Flat Top
01:16:44
Love the Muppets!
Melissa - POW
01:17:24
Slow motion of a hummingbird in flight
Deirdre - Alaska
01:17:26
The hatching of a praying-mantis egg…
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:17:30
Why can I see my breath on a cold day, but not on a warm one?
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:17:31
Here is the link to the Padlet: https://padlet.com/kazstorm/assortedphenomena
Quuk(Kathie)Kenai
01:17:31
I feel that way with the aurora!
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:17:39
Here is the link to the Padlet: https://padlet.com/kazstorm/assortedphenomena
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:18:20
NGSS phenomena Library: Here is the link to the https://www.ngssphenomena.com/
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:29:06
Using a model students can...
Trisha Herminghaus Prince WIlliam Sound
01:29:10
Students who demonstrate understanding can use a model to explain how organisms are linked…
Patty Lake Clark NP
01:29:10
Student who demonstrate understanding can…model ways that an organism are linked to other organisms and their physical environment
Karen- Sitka
01:29:18
Students develop an understanding that they all rely and depend on each other.
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:29:40
Refer back to the 8 science practices is a way to make that shift.
Patty Lake Clark NP
01:29:44
Oops…an organism is...
Molly, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
01:29:47
who demonstrate an understanding can explain how one organism is connected to another organism, for example
Deirdre - Alaska
01:30:39
Question? I just looked up my lesson plan book and it is still set to standards…will these be called standards or other and when will they or are they available?
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:31:53
@Deirdre - The SSAs are available to download from the DEED Science Standards page at https://education.alaska.gov/standards/science
Karen- Sitka
01:32:13
How do we access the padlet?
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:32:37
https://education.alaska.gov/standards/science
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:33:05
Here is the Padlet link: https://padlet.com/kazstorm/assortedphenomena
Karen- Sitka
01:33:30
There we go. Thanks!
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:40:11
I love that!
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:40:28
They would have so much fun with snow googles.
Quuk(Kathie)Kenai
01:41:37
That is a great idea! Love it.
Melissa - POW
01:42:24
These SSA’s are posted on the EDD site, correct?
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:42:36
Yes, that is correct.
Bjørn / Gustavus
01:42:55
Along with a bunch of other resources in the Educator's Toolkit
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:43:10
Science Standards: https://education.alaska.gov/standards/science
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:43:39
Lesson Template: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16BObM62eGWL3SwmLGVGflraPg7gv5qco/view?usp=sharing
Melissa - POW
01:43:52
Thank you. I printed those off at the beginning of the year. Wasn’t sure when they were updated, though, so wanted to make sure I had the latest and greatest. :)
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:54:13
We invite you to share your plan on this PADLET:https://padlet.com/kazstorm/scienceplans
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:56:34
resources: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gEU8zieJv-qF3U_5aytN9UVBURHEvCpF/view?usp=sharing
Melissa Linton - Alyeska/Girdwood
01:57:52
Exit Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdyX2EalPOOyRGO-I3kqbKFeJPbsjrsxx-IOc0L9hQYGnR6Q/viewform?usp=sf_link
kevin.labar-Flat Top
02:00:18
Thank you to everyone this was informative and interesting. I have another appointment at 5. See you later
Deirdre - Alaska
02:00:52
It is under reactions I believe
Molly, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
02:01:48
Resources: Just fyi, Project Learning Tree has updated their activities to include correlations to standards and as a preview to their new K-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide, they have a theme based series available now. For K-2, Check out “Sensational Trees” for 3 hands-on activities with ready-made student pages, virtual/remote teaching adaptations, and correlations to science, math, social studies and language arts. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about PLT. Email: alaskaplt.molly@gmail.com
Patty Lake Clark NP
02:01:50
Thanks so much, Kaz. Extra hard work for one presenter!
Karen Reese
02:01:54
I had to click on participants to see it.
Joy Abbott
02:02:40
Can you type the name of that resource in chat?
Kaz - Seward
02:02:50
Project Learning Tree
Bjørn / Gustavus
02:04:09
https://asta.wildapricot.org/
Karen Reese
02:05:02
Thank You!
Deirdre - Alaska
02:05:04
Thank you
Molly, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
02:05:06
Thank you, presenters!
Trisha Herminghaus Prince WIlliam Sound
02:05:14
Thanks so much!
Amy Brower
02:05:49
Will this recording be available? If so where?
Amy Brower
02:07:05
Great thank you!
Aiko - Seward
02:07:59
Great job Kaz, Melissa, Cheryl!
Bjørn / Gustavus
02:08:11
Great job everyone!
Joy Abbott
02:08:13
Thank you everyone!