Learn strategies for reducing science learning loss while teaching in person, remotely, or on a hybrid schedule.
Join nationally recognized education consultant Kristen Dotti for a one-hour webinar to learn strategies for developing data analysis skills and building student engagement while regaining social and emotional normalcy in the classroom.
Carolina sponsored this event in conjunction with the development of Carolina Kits 3D® Flex Digital, a comprehensive lab program for in-class, hybrid, and remote learning available now for high school biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and environmental science.
Kristen Dotti is a geneticist by training and a classroom teacher who has spent 27 years teaching high school AP® and IB® science and mathematics. She writes full-year and case study curricula using exclusively hands-on methods for implementing student-centered, Next Generation Science Standards practices. For the last 15 years, she has worked with schools and districts on long-term improvement plans for the professional development of faculty, focusing in particular on increasing levels of student engagement and critical thinking.
This event is Dotti’s fourth presentation in a series. Previous popular webinars by Dotti include Teaching Science Remotely, Leading High School Science Investigations Remotely, and Making Thinking Visible.