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2016 Kentucky Science Teachers Association Conference


  • Lexington Hyatt Regency 401 West High Street Lexington, KY, 40507 United States (map)

Visit us in Booth #19.  Browse our curriculum materials, learn more about recent updates to IQWST IDE, get your Free #CER poster and meet some of our team.

Looking forward to seeing you in Kentucky!

Conference Sessions:

Title : IQWST: Making Critical Thinking More Than Just a Cliché
Friday, Nov 11, 2016 08:30 AM

Room: Scott-Woodford
Presenter: Diane Wright
Session Length: 1 hr
Audience: Middle School

Come engage in a sequence of investigations where middle-school studentsexperience phenomena, construct explanations,  and argue from evidence.  Teach students to think like a scientist as they apply a claim, evidence, reasoning framework to make sense of investigations.


Title : Integrating Literacy and Science – the Wow factor
Friday, Nov 11, 2016 11:00 AM

Room: Jessamine-Franklin
Presenter: Diane Wright
Session Length: 1 hr
Audience: Primary P-2, Elementary 3-5

Come engage in a hands on investigation where your students explore, read, write, talk and think critically about science.  Address reading, writing and math through science investigations.  Create data tables, argue from evidence, they have a reason to write that’s not just “fill in the blank”.


Title : Integrating Literacy and Science – the Wow factor
Saturday, Nov 12, 2016 08:30 AM

Room: Thoroughbred 6
Presenter: Diane Wright
Session Length: 1 hr
Audience: Primary P-2, Elementary 3-5

Come engage in a hands on investigation where your students explore, read, write, talk and think critically about science.  Address reading, writing and math through science investigations.  Create data tables, argue from evidence, they have a reason to write that’s not just “fill in the blank”.


Title : IQWST: Making Critical Thinking More Than Just a Cliché
Saturday, Nov 12, 2016 11:00 AM

Room: Jessamine-Franklin
Presenter: Diane Wright
Session Length: 1 hr
Audience: Middle School

Come engage in a sequence of investigations where middle-school studentsexperience phenomena, construct explanations,  and argue from evidence.  Teach students to think like a scientist as they apply a claim, evidence, reasoning framework to make sense of investigations.