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© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 National Board Candidate Support – The Big Idea CSU Fullerton College of Education
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Agenda ColorsColors Understanding the Big IdeaUnderstanding the Big Idea Breakout SessionsBreakout Sessions –Check-in on progress Wrap UpWrap Up –Evaluation
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Colors Choose a candy If you chose blue (raspberry) share your favorite hobby If you chose green (apple) share about the book you most recently read or are reading If you chose red (cherry) share about the film you most recently saw If you chose pink (watermelon) share about your favorite teacher If you chose purple (grape) share what you would be doing if you werent here
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Unifying Concepts A unifying concept is a big idea that cuts across all science disciplines and topics. They are major themes that recur as students develop science knowledge from grades K through 12 and beyond.
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Unifying Concepts National Science Education Standards –Systems, order, and organization –Evidence, models, and explanation –Constancy, change, and measurement –Evolution and equilibrium –Form and function
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Unifying Concepts Things to remember: –The unifying concepts are not mutually exclusive. A topic like, the solar system can be examined through multiple unifying concepts. –Over the course of the year, you will probably address all these concepts, but just choose to highlight one for your entry.
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 Brainstorming What are some lesson ideas you have for entry 3?
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 National Board Candidate Support – Session 1 CSU Fullerton College of Education.
© Department of Secondary Education, 2007 National Board Candidate Support Session 4 CSU Fullerton College of Education.
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