Texas Science Education Leadership Association

Future TSELA Meetings

Date

Location

July 9, 2020
On-line via Zoom
September 2, 2020On-line via Zoom
November 3 & 4, 2020 - Annual Meeting On-line via Zoom
February/March 2021 TDB
July 2021
Austin

Upcoming Events

    • 15 Dec 2020
    • (CST)
    • 25 Mar 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 6 sessions
    • Zoom
    • 16
    Register

    Presenters:

    Page Keeley, Science Education Consultant and Author

    Joyce Tugel, STEM Consultant and Author

    Description:

    Supporting STEM education leaders in deeply examining core ideas, practices, and crosscutting concepts is critical to supporting a new vision of science teaching and learning. The Curriculum Topic Study (CTS) process and tools link state standards, core content, research on learning, and best practices using a unique, systematic study process.

    For resources related to the Curriculum Topic Study, visit the web site at: curriculumtopicstudy2.org/tsela

    Required Materials:

    • 05 Mar 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (CST)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Join us for great learning and collaboration with great thought leaders including Dr. Roni Ellington, Page Keeley, and Joyce Tugel.

    Sessions will include:

    • Realizing the DREAM through Access, Opportunity, and Inclusion in STEM: Moving Beyond Strategies to Unprecedented Results 
    • Curriculum Topic Study (CTS)
    • State Science Updates
    • Exhibitor Learning Sessions

    Featured Session Descriptions

    Dr. Ellington provides a view of STEM education that moves beyond the current view of change from a perspective of implementing “the right” strategy to one that is transformational and requires the STEM community to examine who we are, and the internal and external shifts needed to realize the DREAM of diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM classrooms.

    Curriculum Topic Study (CTS) is a systematic professional learning process and tool that science leaders can use to inform their work and build professional knowledge with K-12 teachers as they transition to a new vision of teaching and learning. Co-authors of Science Curriculum Topic Study, Page Keeley and Joyce Tugel, will provide an overview of ways CTS can be used with the three dimensions (core ideas, practices, and crosscutting concepts) and STEM connections to build a bridge between standards & research and classroom practice. Members will engage in Q &A and discussion of ways they can use CTS to support K-12 teaching and learning in Texas schools.

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