STAAR Review To Go Science - Biology - Volume One - 006247
Are you looking for a new way to review for STAAR? In this session, learn how to create portable science review activities. Participants will experience a minimum of eight activities designed to be stored in a folder. Make and take a copy of each folder and receive a printed copy of the Region 4 STAAR Review to Go Science: Biology book. The book includes 10-12 activities and a license for digital access! These activities are aligned with the Streamlined TEKS and may be used to enrich Tier 1 Instruction or as a review during tutorials. In the classroom, each review activity is designed to take 15-30 minutes and fit in a file folder that is easy to store and engaging for students. There is a fee for this session to cover the cost of the book and the large print required for the session. Registration closes 7 days prior to session for book order.

Audiences Teacher - General Education, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Coordinators, Instructional Leaders, Teacher Supervisors
Prerequisite/Special Notes Please bring a technology device to check access to your online bookshelf through Region 4.

02491710/30/2019 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   14 

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