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High School Science

High School Science Teacher Leadership

Group Description

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.

Group Discussion

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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

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

Technical Writing: Teaching Students How To Give Feedback

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Technical Writing: Literacy Thresholds T. R. Girill Society for Technical Communication/Lawrence Livermore National Lab. trgirill@acm.org Technical Writing: Literacy Thresholds The Problem In "Arguing About a Chemical Change," Patrick Brown admits that "When I first started using writing in science, I expected [my ninth-grade] students to be able to easily explain their ideas and support them with evidence" (Science Teacher, 37(4), Nov-Dec, 2019, p.
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T. R. Girill
Society for Technical Communication/Lawrence Livermore National Lab.
trgirill@acm.org

Technical Writing: Risk Communication in a Teachable Moment

A worldwide epidemic of a novel virus offers a great opportunity
for students to see the positive and negative impact of text
design on readers who depend on technical risk communication
during an authentic crisis.

WHO Advice

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Hello, everyone!

My name is Cindy Hasselbring and I serve as the Assistant Director for STEM Education at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). I am also a proud 16-yr veteran high school math teacher!