Join PASCO specialists for a discussion about using digital curriculum and labs to enhance distance learning for science students. We will discuss how you can use Essential Chemistry and Essential Physics curriculum to remotely support student learning in a distance learning environment. If your school is considering distance learning or a hybrid model next year, be sure to join us to ask questions, get answers, and participate in this educational discussion.
Join us for an introduction to PASCO’s latest innovation and see how you can infuse coding in new and exciting ways both in-class and at home. We will run through //code.Node “out of the box” to introduce features. Then we will model what a lesson in-class may look like, followed by how a student could complete an extension to the lesson at home.
PASCO Capstone™ and SPARKvue software now support coding through Blockly! Join us for a live session on Facebook or YouTube to learn how you can use coding to enhance science learning in your classroom. We will address relevant topics, including:
- Computational and sequential thinking
- Principles of coding for scientific investigation
- Basic sense-and-respond interactions
Plus, we’ll demonstrate how students can use Blockly to continue learning from home without additional equipment.
This week, JJ Plank and Dan Burns will showcase the great ability to teach online or in-class with FREE resources that can be used with basic and complex circuitry. Former Florida State Director, Dr. JP Keener will host this exciting opportunity to see ways to teach online while building your in-class resources for both University and High School Physics.
Will your students continue distance learning next Fall? Or during the Summer? Whether you are planning for at-home labs, a flipped model or some hybrid, PASCO has solutions for you! Join our Facebook Live event to learn the pedagogy of how PASCO supports your science lab instruction in any mode of delivery. Give students access to free science software, as well as other materials, and discover tools that allow students to share data between lab groups.