What is Making Sense of SCIENCE?
Making Sense of SCIENCE (MSS) is a transformative approach to professional learning that engages teachers and leaders in adult-level, next generation science and engineering learning and the pedagogical and leadership shifts required to implement this type of teaching and learning in classrooms. Backed by rigorous research, MSS professional learning empowers educators and leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to support a culture of collaborative science learning.
MSS offers an array of services from short half-day workshops to in-depth learning pathways that include leadership training and site-based technical support, there are many ways to customize an MSS experience to accommodate your site's unique needs.
Visit the Making Sense of SCIENCE YouTube channel to view all videos.
JOIN US AT CSTA!
MSS will be presenting 3 sessions at the upcoming California Science Teachers' Association annual conference in San Jose, CA from October 18–20.
Join us for a session!
Classroom Innovations: Resources & Lessons Learned From Science PLCs
Saturday, October 19 | 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Navigating District NGSS Implementation: A Coach's & Coordinator Perspective
Saturday, October 19 | 4:45 pm – 6:15 pm
Supporting Science Instruction for District/Site/Teacher Leaders
Sunday, October 20 | 9:45 am – 11:15 am