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PASCO Scientific Commits to NSELA 2020 Partnership at the Newton Level 

NSELA Partner PASCO Scientific has committed to sponsoring NSELA at the Newton Level for the second straight year.

For 50 years PASCO has been guided by just one mission: to provide educators worldwide with innovative solutions for teaching science.

PASCO is a company born out of a science fair project. Today it is the global leader in developing technology-based solutions for hands-on science. Its community of users include educators and students in more than 100 countries around the world. Its team includes former teachers, educational researchers, engineers and professionals dedicated to improving student success in science education.Together it can help you create a 21st century science learning experience.

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NSELA thanks PASCO Scientific for its steadfast support of our mission: We catalyze leadership to maximize effective science teaching and learning in a complex and changing environment. 

 

Webinar: Is the Science Enough?

October 29, 2019 at 2 p.m. CST

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:
Districts around the country are desperately seeking high-quality instructional materials that translate the NGSS into a coherent set of learning experiences to support student learning of the content. But is just a logical learning progression of science standards enough to create a classroom culture that can close persistent opportunity gaps that disproportionately limit students of color and students of poverty? Insights from the learning sciences tell us that agency and belonging are critical to learning. Join in a generative conversation to consider how instructional materials, professional learning, and classroom practice can come together to ensure students of the nondominant culture feel their voice has influence on their own learning and others’ learning and they too are valued members who belong in a community of learners.

SPEAKERS:
Dr. Carolyn Landel, Managing Director, Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas at Austin; Shelly LeDoux, Ed.D., Professional Learning Facilitator, K-12 Services, The University of Texas at Austin | Charles A. Dana Center and Nicole Martin

COST:
Free for Members
$25 for Non-Members
(Join NSELA for only $55/year and participate in all webinars for free! You may join NSELA when registering for this webinar and participate for free)

REGISTER NOW!
 

Nov. 12, 2019 Webinar - at 2 p.m. CST

SAVE-THE-DATE

Dr. Eric Banilower, Vice President of Horizon Research, Inc., will present relevant findings from the National Survey of Science & Mathematics Education survey.

More information coming soon!

 

Flinn Scientific Is First NSELA Partner To Renew For 2020!

Longtime partner Flinn Scientific has committed to sponsoring NSELA at the Newton level for the second straight year. 

Rated #1 among science teachers for science teaching & learning resources, Flinn Scientific is the trusted partner for teachers to find the guidance, inspiration, and materials they need to help students succeed.

Flinn Scientific is based in Batavia, Illinois, and was founded in 1977. Its primary mission is to support science educators and make a positive impact on student achievement in the science classroom and laboratory. Flinn Scientific is committed to unsurpassed customer service by providing the science community with the very best science education supplies, safety information, instructional materials and programs to facilitate their vital work.

More than 150,000 science educators rely on Flinn Scientific annually for resources in science teaching and learning and for district science education solutions. For more information, visit www.FlinnSci.com

NSELA thanks Flinn Scientific for its steadfast support of our mission: We catalyze leadership to maximize effective science teaching and learning in a complex and changing environment. 
 

"Classroom Assessment as a Learning Experience" 

Posted: September 4, 2019

SAVE THE DATE:  September 18 - 19, 2019

JOIN US for the 3rd National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) Special Conference on Classroom Assessment hosted by CADRE and CU Boulder’s School of Education

We are grateful to the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for their sponsorship of this conference. Their generous support has made it possible for us to achieve the greater vision for this conference. We also thank the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment for donating to the scholarship fund for educators to attend this conference.

The purpose of this special conference is to foster dialogue between education practitioners, policymakers and researchers around implementing principled approaches to developing and using classroom assessment for teaching and learning.  For this third special conference on classroom assessment, we emphasize the importance and role of Research-Practice Partnerships between researchers and education practitioners to advance coherent approaches in the design and uses of classroom assessment.  For fall 2019, this conference will be hosted by the Center for Assessment, Design, Research and Evaluation (CADRE) at the University of Colorado Boulder School of Education in partnership with:

  • Aurora Public Schools

  • Cherry Creek School District

  • Colorado Department of Education

  • Denver Public Schools

  • National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment

About the Conference Theme

This year, the conference will focus on establishing a learning-focused agenda for classroom assessments involving disciplinary experts, educational practitioners, policymakers and researchers.  Our theme, “Classroom Assessment as a Learning Experience,” reflects the focus of this agenda on the importance of embedding classroom assessments in curriculum and instruction.  During this conference, perspectives on the means by which this integration between assessment, curriculum and instruction can take place in the disciplines to foster meaningful learning experiences for both students and teachers will be shared and explored. 

 
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