The Engineering Design Process (EDP) and Technology are two of the six core elements used to design the Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for Science; yet their practical role in the classroom may be driven by common misconceptions. Both EDP and Technology increase rigor by encouraging students to apply knowledge to new situations, include divergent perspectives, make relevant observations, and synthesize information. Teachers must have a full understanding of these elements to effectively incorporate them into their classroom instruction.
This is a hybrid professional development session where participants will engage in asynchronous online activities before attending a one-day, in-person session.
Grade Band: K – 12
Date: Registration Deadline April 27, 2022
Course is open May 4 – June 16, 2022
Time: Self-paced with 1 in-person session June 17, 2022
Location: Online and 1 in-person session
Registration Fee: $225.00 includes CEUs
Registration Link: https://cmse.olemiss.edu/core-elements-in-the-science-classroom-engineering-design-process-and-technology/
For more information, please contact The Center for Mathematics and Science Education firstname.lastname@example.org 662-915-6621