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Deepening Reading Comprehension through STEM for Elementary School Educators
OSSE invites K-5 educators and instructional coaches to participate in a professional development learning around deepening reading comprehension of scientific texts. In this session, participants will:
• Explore methodologies for improving reading comprehension in support of the intersection between the Common Core English Language Arts and Next Generation Science Standards,
• Engage with a research-based approach, Novel Engineering, in order to integrate engineering and literacy in the middle grades,
• Implement literacy skills using Common Core-aligned complex texts as the context for engineering problems.
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Lauren Allen
Ashleigh Tillman
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