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  • Resources for Science
    Content Standards Includes PDF versions of the California Science Content Standards in English and Spanish and a standards database for downloading National Science Education Standards Excellent science standards developed by the National Research Council in a call for a scientifically literate populace Professional Development Sacramento Area Science Project California Science Project Teacher Organizations California Science Teachers Association National Science Teachers Association Lesson Study From the California Science Project Sacramento State

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  • Contact the Center for Mathematics & Science Education
    California Lesson Study Conference Resources Mathematics Science Contact Us Contact Information If you need to contact a specific individual please use the following contact information You may also use the contact form below for general information and requests Rich Hedman Director MASE Co Director SASP 916 278 4870 Fax 916 278 5084 hedmanrd csus edu Lilia de la Merced Administrative Support Coordinator II MASE 916 278 5487 Fax 916 278

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  • SIRC- Science in the River City
    are closely examined and new information is provided to see which models are still plausible Through this process a model of solar phenomena is developed which achieves the NGSS performance expectation We then examine data on stars beyond the sun to extend our model NGSS HS ESS1 1 Biology Life Science Series Making Sense of Processes in Plants Same old Btb lab transformed into an exciting practices based learning sequence Instructor Libbie Coleman McClatchy High and Jennifer Horton Lincoln High When students are taught about photosynthesis they often learn that plants reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere As a result students are often understandably confused about whether or not plants do cellular respiration In this lesson sequence a reimagined old standby lab forms the jumping off point for learning experiences that help students make sense of the processes that occur in plants and clear up some seeming contradictions In addition to covering several content standards these lessons also incorporate almost all of the eight NGSS practices NGSS HS LS1 5 HS LS2 5 Practices 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 Guppies of Trinidad Something Fishy is Going On Working with student ideas around natural selection and sexual selection Instructor Chris Griesemer UC Davis This workshop will introduce a scenario of differential selection among guppy populations of the same species in Trinidad We will employ a model based reasoning framework to explore this system and will ask How can students work to make sense of complex patterns in the classroom Physical Science Series NGSS Using Phenomena as Entry Points to Lesson Design Instructor Laura Shafer Sacramento Area Science Project SASP In this workshop participants will come to understand how scientific phenomena can be used to provide entry points to lesson design The focus of this lesson will be to apply scientific principles and evidence to provide an explanation about the effects of changing temperature or concentration of reacting particles on the rate of the reaction The goal is to engage students in reasoning that focuses on the number and energy of collisions between molecules Emphasis will include writing strategies for their explanations NGSS MS PS2 3 HS PS2 5 Place your bets Guessing Predicting and NGSS Instructor Scott Richardson Davis Senior High Do good scientists every guess What is the difference between a guess a prediction and a reasoned answer This workshop will explore ways in which all of these even guesses might be able to help our classrooms become a richer environment for scientific thinking and learning as envisioned in NGSS Next Generation Science Series Workshops NGSS Fundamental Morning Session Only Instructor Rich Hedman Sacramento Area Science Project SASP During this workshop you will learn the basic architecture of NGSS how NGSS is organized around 3 dimensions connections to Common Core etc and you will be introduced to the instructional shifts necessary for NGSS implementation This workshop is intended for people that are new to NGSS and have never attended Super SIRC before the same workshop was

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  • CTL Home
    See if the Pedagogy Enhancement Awards can help read more about Pedagogy Enhancement Awards Teaching Institute We have just completed our 2015 Summer Teaching Institute Click for more information read more about Teaching Institute Resources Find resources and information for all faculty read more about Resources Services Faculty Mentoring Faculty Department Individual Teaching Consultation Programs Teaching Institute Faculty Learning Communities Teacher Scholar Collaborative Funding Funding Opportunities Pedagogy Enhancement Awards Visitor Scholar s Fund Affordable Learning Solutions Resources New Faculty Resources Resources For Faculty Welcome Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning We provide diverse opportunities for faculty to identify and achieve their desired level of teaching excellence and to share experiences and expertise with their colleagues We are open year round Please come by as we are here to help you Click here to apply for the Fall 2015 Faculty Professional Learning Communities CTL News Highlights NEW Faculty Learning Communities Spring 2016 Fall 2017 Applications Open Now CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW NEW Faculty Learning Communities Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Click Here for FLC PLCs in progress NEW We have finished the 2015 Teaching Institute find out what your peers learned here NEW Faculty Learning Community FLC Call for

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  • Welcome To The Department Of Chemistry
    Research Awards Information for Current Students ACS Chemistry Club Assist org Additional Links ˇ Alumni News Employment openings Dept Office Sequoia Hall 506 916 278 6684 chemistry csus edu Dept Chair Dr Linda M Roberts Office SQU 506 Phone 916 278 6684 Email robertslm csus edu Chemistry Staff Directory Donate Click here to make a donation to the Chemistry Department pause play button Research Programs All sub disciplines of chemistry are represented by the exciting research being carried out by faculty at CSUS s department of chemistry read more about Research Programs ACS Chem Club The CSU Sacramento Chapter was founded in 1997 read more about ACS Chem Club Graduate Program Our program offers advanced coursework hands on laboratory instruction and research experience read more about Graduate Program Community Outreach The CSUS Chem Club helps provide hands on experience for middle school students in the Sacramento region read more about Community Outreach Program Info Degree Programs Graduate MS Research Programs Chem Club Awards Scholarships Transfer Student Info Chem 1A 1E Diagnostic Alumni News Facilities Instruments Why study Chemistry at Sac State Superior undergraduate experience Approved by the American Chemical Society Individual attention by faculty Extensive independent laboratory work Undergraduate research

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  • Engaging Students
    the community that are directly related to course content Through reflective activities students enhance their understanding of course content general knowledge sense of civic responsibility self awareness and commitment to the community The CSU Office of the Chancellor Center for Community Engagement Service Learning Courses and Project Descriptions List of Community Partners Service learning courses include four essential elements They enable students to enhance learning while engaging in hands on service provide service that benefits the community partner and the student engage students in reflection and critical inquiry that link learning from service to learning in the classroom and have the potential to promote community and civic engagement by relating service experiences to issues of public concern Other defining features of service learning SL SL requires student faculty and community partner adherence to University risk management and liability procedures SL may be performed at a community placement site or on campus For example on campus service has been provided to the University Student Health Center and for the Associated Students Inc Children s Center SL may involve indirect or direct client services Direct service is generally performed at a community placement site and involves directly working with others person to person face to face Indirect service generally address larger community needs and issues without direct interaction with community partners and their clientele Direct services have included facilitating health education programs assisting with theraputic and inclusive recreation tutoring and mentoring at afterschool and community programs photojurnalism and conducting interviews and creating improve theatre with shelter residents Indirect services have included such activities as designing or upgrading a web site conducting telephone surveys or on line research analyzing data and designing informational or promotional materials SL requires that students engage in service on a consistent basis usually 20 60 hours of students

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  • Alternative Break
    Alternative Break a Program by the Community Engagement Center CEC Are you a Sac State student looking for a different kind of winter spring break experience Then check out Sac State Alternative Break a Program by the Community Engagement Center CEC We offer opportunities to short term local community based service projects During Sac State Alternative Break participants provide much needed services to diverse communities while helping students build skills and develop great friendships Alternative Break is a short term commitment You can choose to work from one day to all week depending on your availability We hope you consider working with us the whole week Sign Up Register online to sign up for events or to join our mailing list to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities Online Registration Sign up as a group or an individual All majors and experience levels welcome ALTERNATIVE BREAK Join us this spring for service benefitting two local non profits in the Sacramento Region Register online to volunteer one or more days Snacks lunch and a t shirt will be provided once you register More information will be provided via email Alternative Break is not offered at this time If you would like to

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