It is critical to Georgia’s economic and social well-being that all students receive an excellent K-12 science education. To ensure high quality science learning for all students, Georgia’s teachers must skillfully integrate many pieces--Common Core, GPS, science & engineering practices, STEM, TKES, and crosscutting concepts--of the science education puzzle. This year’s conference will explore how these pieces build on, overlap with, and support one another in the science classroom. Conference strands will highlight sessions on GPS Within the Framework, Integrating Science Within the CCGPS, and Integrated STEM Education.
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