Science and Engineering Implementation and the James Webb Space Telescope


Hope to see everyone this Thursday, February 4, 2016. Don’t worry about signing up-all are welcome and bring a friend. If you are unable to attend please join us by responding to an email discussion question. This reflective response is an important component of accomplished teaching. It supports quality instruction by focusing on student learning, instructional design and the effectiveness of the lesson. Please send your response to the question below to Your response is eligible to win a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card. All reflective responses are due by Friday, February 19, 2016. Additional resources at AESD ADTA ILC group code- uzmbix.

How has participation in the back to school introduction to the NGSS science and engineering shift supported you in exploring the implementation of the new California Standards/NGSS in your classroom, school and/or district?

Monica Cooper and Lisa Sandberg

Science and Engineering Implementation and the James Webb Space Telescope

Thursday, February 4, 2016


4:00P.M. registration and light meal

Gus Franklin Jr. STEM School

Science and Engineering Lab Room 410

Please join us for our follow-up session. Teachers will share and discuss their progress with implementing the science and engineering shift in their classroom. Also, Julie Taylor, a former AESD teacher and currently an educational consultant for the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope will share information on her current project the James Webb Space Telescope STEM Project and GAVRT.