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Teacher P.D. Webinar: Writing Conclusions

The Writing Conclusions webinar will be held January 24th, 2018 at 7p EST.  See student examples and using the Claims-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) Framework to write conclusions. Stay on the line to ask questions about this or about the 2018 SRS. Register ahead of time here.

This webinar below is pre-recorded.  See other webinars in this series by visiting the GLOBE US Regional Student Research Symposia teacher resources page

The "Writing Conclusions Using the CER Framework" webinar was recorded in 2016. Once students analyze their data, it is time for them to use those data to write an experimental conclusion. While this can be a daunting task, many teachers have found the Claims-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) Framework can help students write a succinct, clear, and accurate conclusion to their investigation. In this Framework, students answer their investigational question (claim), support their answer with data from their investigations (evidence), and utilize key science ideas to explain the link between the evidence and claim (reasoning). This webinar will focus on strategies for using the CER Framework with middle and high school students as they write conclusions, and on additional applications of this Framework as students discuss and critique each other’s conclusions.   

The presenter, Rebecca Katsh-Singer, is a Ph.D. candidate in Curriculum and Instruction at Boston College. Her research focuses on the practices of science and how to support teachers and instructional leaders in their work bringing practice-based instruction into k-12 classrooms. Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, Rebecca taught middle school science for 10 years and served as an instructional coach for middle and high school science teachers. Rebecca has also consulted for local schools and districts as well as research organizations about science instruction and curriculum development.

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Event Topics: Science Symposia and Fairs type: globe-events

Events origin: United States of America