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Interactive STEM Teaching for Secondary Level Remote Learning
The purpose of this panel discussion is to explore interactive science labs and demonstrations as a way to engage students and support learning in a remote setting. Hands-on activities are the most effective way to engage students in science and to provide access to students of diverse abilities. Because of the pandemic, many schools and districts have moved some or all of their instruction online. This has created a challenge for educators to translate in-class experiences to virtual ones. Join master STEM educators, Channa Comer, Nicole Murawski, and Lynn Jorgensen in this webinar to explore the use of interactive science labs and demonstrations to engage students in meaningful science content.

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Apr 13, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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