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Friday, November 9 • 1:55pm - 2:50pm
Using a "Solo" to Connect to the Real World

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It really is just a simple outdoor activity that can be done at any age/grade level with any disciplinary core idea. I'll take you through the process as if you were a student. You'll be doing a "Solo," as in working by oneself to observe nature around you. Then together, we'll generate ideas as to how going outside to observe nature and using this technique can launch a deeper study for your class. Additionally, observing and connecting to nature has an added benefit for your students.

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Nadene Klein

Teacher & Ed Consultant, DC Oakes High School
AVS Excellence in Science Teaching Award (Secondary)Nadene is currently teaching zoology, environmental science, and physics at Daniel C. Oakes High School in Castle Rock, Douglas County School District and previously Cimarron Middle School. In addition, Nadene has many leadership... Read More →

Friday November 9, 2018 1:55pm - 2:50pm
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