Impacts of Human Activity and Natural Events on Earth Systems - 013706
All living systems are connected and, as such, natural events and human activities affect the Earth systems. Through investigations, teachers can guide students through experiences where collected information allows them to investigate, analyze, recognize, predict, and explain how an area or an ecosystem might be impacted. Strategies embedded in the session will help teachers make content accessible for struggling learners and English Learners as well as challenging for gifted learners.

Audiences Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Assistant Principals, Coordinators, Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language), Teacher - Special Education, Teacher Certification Candidate, Teacher Supervisors
Prerequisite/Special Notes Please bring a device that can be used to access the internet, create documents for use in the classroom and share thinking and materials in a Google folder.


SessionScheduleLocation
02478702/18/2020 08:30am - 03:30pmESC Region 11
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Credit Hours   06:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Presenter   Cheryl Bowden ESC Region 11 
Seats Left   29 

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If you require special arrangements or have special needs (such as an interpreter for the hearing impaired),
contact Valerie Davila at vdavila@esc11.net or at least three weeks prior to the training program date.

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