Discover how to foster a classroom where students successfully collaborate by listening to and working with each other’s ideas.
In this 30-minute professional development workshop recording, we will examine tools and scaffolds that will guide teachers in creating a culture of respectful scientific argumentation in their classrooms, driven by students’ interest in others' ideas.
In this interactive session recording, we’ll learn:
Learn how to develop students’ skills for collaborative discussion.
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Teachers, Principals & Curriculum Advisors, Parents
Francis Vigeant has 17 years of teaching experience. Most recently he spent seven years teaching public school kindergarten through sixth-grade students science in Southern New Hampshire’s SAU 50. During this time Francis taught science with KnowAtom curriculum and materials helping to develop and refine techniques for teaching next generation science. As a result, his school experienced exceptional results in student scores and engagement. At a time when New Hampshire ranked #1 in the United States on science NEAP, Francis’ classes regularly ranked in the top 5 in New Hampshire, including first-place on the grade 4 New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) for science.