Michigan teachers helping transform middle school science ed

Five area science teachers are among a select group of educators crafting the future of middle school science education through the Michigan Science Teaching and Assessment Reform project.

More than two dozen teachers from around the state are attending curriculum development workshops this summer in Midland, Clinton Township, Grand Rapids, Mount Pleasant and Houghton. With scientists, engineers and curriculum developers, they are creating a radically new science curriculum for grades 6-8 that meets the new Michigan Science Standards, which call for students to learn by thinking and acting like scientists and engineers.

Click here to read the full story in the Midland Daily News (July 24, 2017)

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