Developing Young Scientists in the Early Elementary Classroom using Digital Resources
Science is a subject that should be experienced, but you don’t need a fancy white coat, expensive equipment, or a lab with bubbling beakers for this to happen. In this edWeb.net webinar for the PreK-3 Digital Learning community, Megan Joyner-Hull and Lena Gatza, two influential educators from the Florida Virtual School, discussed how they are tackling early elementary science, while making it engaging, fun and meaningful!
This presentation covered:
- The importance of science in the early elementary classroom;
- Strategies to maximize your science instructional time with literacy and mathematics integration; and
- How digital science instruction has been effectively implemented in K-2nd grade classes at Florida Virtual School utilizing Science4Us.
View the webinar recording to learn more about how to get your students excited about early elementary science using digital resources.
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PreK-3 Digital Learning is a free professional learning community (PLC) that hosts webinars and wide-ranging discussions on digital learning in the PreK-3 grades. This community will help you stay connected, share ideas, and get support from colleagues. This program is sponsored by AWE.
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