Online Science Storylining Workshop
Tuesday, June 30, & Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
10am - 1pm CDT
11am - 2pm EDT
(alternate workshop opportunity for April East Coast event)
This is a pre-registration form for the Storylining Workshop hosted and led by Dr. Jason Crean & Mrs. Kristin Rademaker of All Species Education Consulting. This event will be held online via Zoom.
Workshop summary: This workshop will immerse participants in a model storyline and allow teachers to reflect on the Three Dimensions. There will also be opportunities for teacher teams to plan and work with a facilitator to answer questions about their own implementation. This workshop will be planned around its registrants based on the information each provides below. Key aspects of three-dimensional assessment will also be addressed.
The cost of this workshop will be $199/person. All checks should be made to "Dr. Jason Crean/ASEC" and sent to the address below. If you would like to pay via PayPal/Credit Card, a link will appear on the following page after you have submitted this form. -----------> Dr. Jason Crean, All Species Education Consulting, 2812 Edgewood Pkwy, Woodridge, IL 60517. You can also email us with specific questions or Purchase Orders/Invoice Requests at Jason@drcrean.com. Thanks!
Cancellation Policy: Participants may cancel at any time but refunds cannot be issued after two (2) weeks prior to the event. Credits for a later event may be considered but only specifically ASEC-sponsored events qualify.
The All Species Education Consulting group includes nationally recognized, award-winning educators who are highly trained in the implementation of three-dimensional learning. We strive to illustrate the effectiveness of using phenomenon and natural student curiosity to drive instruction and build coherence throughout your science course.
We offer a host of practical professional development opportunities that will allow educators and school leaders to better understand the effective implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards and three-dimensional learning. We have successfully developed model units and lessons that can provide a clear picture of the fundamental shift necessary in today’s science classrooms.
Our consultation goals are based on a needs assessment, but can include to
□ Provide guidance for implementing the new science standards for your state, based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education and/or the Next Generation Science Standards,
□ Lead teachers through a three-dimensional learning experience that demonstrates how to use phenomena to drive instruction, and/or
□ Allow teachers to analyze authentic student work to better understand three-dimensional assessments are utilized.