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Join groups to network with other STEM teacher leaders, discuss topics of interest, create webinars, and share resources.

High School Science

High School Science Teacher Leadership

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Welcome to the high school science teacher leaders group! Ask questions, start a topic, or share information related to high school science teaching and learning, or leadership.

Feel free to start a new discussion or create a webinar to collaborate with others.

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T. R. Girill
Society for Technical Communication/Lawrence Livermore National Lab.
trgirill@acm.org

Technical Writing: Helping Students Recognize Relevance

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Apply now for a PASCO $1,000 wireless sensor grant!

Are you a science teacher who loves hands-on experimentation? Are you curious about using innovative methods to measure phenomena in the classroom?

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T. R. Girill
Society for Technical Communication/Lawrence Livermore National Lab.
trgirill@acm.org

Technical Writing: Authentic Text Engineering

One way to find authentic technical writing advice for students is
to explore what working professional scientists say to each other
when they complain about the poor writing of colleagues or try to
encourage their peers to write better.  In 2017, Public Library of
Science (PLOS) published an open-access editorial that reveals such
shared advice for free for any reader:

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As educational partners for more than 55 years, we’ve spent decades working closely with science educators. Now, as we look to define education’s “new normal”, we’re passing the mic to science educators and district leaders.Your firsthand experiences transitioning to distance learning, including your challenges, resources, and best practices, have the power to make a lasting impact on the future of science education.

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Join us for a PASCO Live event every Thursday at 12:00 PM PT!

Learn instructional tools and strategies that lead to greater student engagement during In-Class, Hybrid, and Distance Learning