What is Making Sense of SCIENCE?
Making Sense of SCIENCE believes that when teachers transform their science classrooms into places that fuel curiosity and nurture collaboration, they prepare students to be the problem solvers of tomorrow. Without this investment, students are at risk of not reaching their full potential in school, in their careers, and as citizens in our democracy. Making Sense of SCIENCE is not a student curriculum, nor is it aligned to any specific student curriculum. Instead, we help build stronger science education communities by providing personalized professional learning and needs-based technical assistance to teachers, coaches, leaders, and administrators.
Backed by rigorous research, 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.
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Distance Learning During the Coronavirus Pandemic
While there is a lot of research and good evidence that high-quality learning can happen at a distance, all of that research took place in a different context than today’s. Distance learning during a global pandemic has no precedent. This new resource provides five principles for educators to consider as they make the shift to digital classrooms.